Chickasaw Trace Park Columbia, TN
Chickasaw Trace Park Columbia, TN
The Chickasaw Trace Park sits on the banks of the Duck River just north of ... It has also gained a reputation as one Middle Tennessee's premier.
This small park has one of the best rides in Middle TN. Every year there is a race called the Chickasaw Trace Classic, lots of fun.
The first 3.5-miles highlight the creek and river that intersect at this park.
racing events hosted by the club at the park.
Description of the Trails
Chickasaw is suitable for all levels of Mountain Bike riders – from expert racers to 5-year-olds. Several sections of trail have been identified with the signs being constructed and installed through an Eagle Scout project. The trail is a 8.5-mile loop. If ridden in a clockwise direction from the trailhead at the MTB parking lot, the initial 3.5 miles are relatively flat and follow Knob Creek and the Duck River. Upon entering the “Trail of Tears”, the final five miles become more difficult, also known as “technical” among Mountain Bike enthusiasts. The course is designed with several entry/exit points so that a rider can pick the parts of the trail that suits him or her. A weekend at Chickasaw will find racers training by doing multiple laps of the entire course or families with small children on their bikes riding the scenic River and Woodland Trails. Maps of the course are available at Columbia Cycling Club’s sign located at the Mountain Bike parking field.
Other Park Features
The Chickasaw Trace County Park has a log cabin and two open-air shelters available for gatherings. There is a radio control flight field for model airplanes, a radio control track for model cars, and a boat ramp for the Duck River. A pavilion was recently added at MTB parking thanks to the efforts of Abe Perryman and his Eagle Project.
Columbia residents: Chickasaw Park is located on at 1415 New Hwy. 7 in Columbia, TN, almost two miles past the intersection of New Hwy. 7 (Santa Fe Pike) and Industrial Park Road.
From I-65: take Exit 46 and go west on 412. Continue on 412 for 11 miles and exit right on New Hwy. 7 and right again at the end of the exit toward Dickson. Entrance to the park is approximately 4 miles on the left.
From I-40: take Exit 172. Go south on Hwy 46 that eventually becomes Hwy. 7. Stay on Hwy. 7 south for approximately 20 miles. The park is on the right just after the village of Athendale.
Take the first left entering the park, then hard left again downhill (dirt road) to get to the main Mountain Bike parking field. Suggestion: If you are going to ride the River and Woodland Trails only, it is more convenient to park in the Boat Ramp parking lot. Instead of a hard left, continue on the paved road. The lot is on the right about 50 yards from the river.
CHICKASAW TRACE PARK
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Woodland Park Columbia, TN
Columbia, TN Woodland Park - Woodland Park is a 60.82 acre park in the heart of Columbia, Tn. It is anchored by the historic Rainey House in a beautiful, wooded setting with a walking trail, a pond with a fountain, a large playground area and several smaller play areas, an amphitheater, tennis courts, disc golf course and picnic pavilions (pavilions require a reservation/deposit.)
Disc golf continues to be one of the fastest growing recreational activities in the nation. Woodland Park's disc golf course offers Columbia residents a recreational amenity to enjoy and draws visitors from across the state and region, providing the City of Columbia with a recreation destination experience for visitors throughout the region and beyond.
The Rainey House is the administrative building for the Columbia Parks and Recreation Department, named for W.F. Rainey, Sr., from whom the property was purchased in 1974.
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Maury County Park, Columbia, TN
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2007 Columbia Cyclocross Series #2 Video
The second race of the 2007 Columbia Cyclocross Series at Chickasaw Trace County Park in Columbia, TN. I begin by following the B Race down the opening paved section on lap 1. Sorry the camera is shakey. I was holding it in my hand. Riders work their way through the first few laps of the B Race. Columbia's own Bill Moore takes the win. 1-14-07
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Video tour of Columbia SDA Church in Columbia, Tennessee USA.
Video recorded on June 14, 2014.
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2016 Chickasaw Trace Classic
Mountain bike racing from Chickasaw Trace Park in Columbia, TN on March 20, 2016. The video starts with footage of the three-lap Pro/Cat. 1 events. Corey Rimmer and Carson Beckett would battle it out for the Pro win with Beckett taking it late in the final lap. Then comes footage of the Cat. 2 and Cat. 3 races. Cat. 2 riders did two laps of the 9 miles course, while Cat. 3 did one.
2007 Columbia Cyclocross Series #1 Video
The opening round of the 2007 Columbia Cyclocross Series at Chickasaw Trace County Park in Columbia, TN. This footage was shot of the B Race. I held a camera in my hand and followed the race in the opening laps. You can see the long, steep run-up along with a lot of the course. 1-13-07
4/4/2018 Mule Day campers settle-in at the Maury County Park
As the Mule Day wagon train made its way toward the Maury County Park, the many visitors who camp in the Columbia recreation area began settling in for the week Wednesday.
Bridle and Saddle Club member Ronald Plunk was busy making sure all who have traveled from near and far — with trailers and campers filled to the brim — had everything to start the event off right.
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2008 Chickasaw Trace Classic Sport Video
Sport riders on the opening downhill of the race. There are a few crashes. Columbia, TN 3-30-08
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Cheek's Bend Bluff Trail - Columbia, TN
August 28, 2016 - Mo and I hiked the trail at Cheek's Bend (part of the Duck River State Natural Area) in Columbia, TN. We checked out a cool cave that goes through the bluff.
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2008 Chickasaw Trace Classic Pro/Expert Video 1
This is the first half of the Pro/Expert race. Race takes place at Columbia, TN on 3-30-08.
I get the Pro holeshot, then you next see Mark Poore getting the Expert 40-49 holeshot. Then its many of the Expert riders on their first lap and the leading Pros early in their second lap of three. On the second lap, it is actually Travis Mullen, the guy who is just ahead of Seth Kemp, that is leading the Expert 19-29 race at that point. Kemp passes him a mile or two later.
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Marshall County Community Theatre
2008 Chickasaw Trace Classic Beginner Video
Footage of the Beginner race at the 2008 Chickasaw Trace Classic in Columbia, TN on 3-30-08. The Beginners negotiate the steep, slick downhill at the start.
Chickasaw trace race (Muddy)