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Henry Horton State Park

Hiking

Adeline Wilhoite River Trail - 1.35 Miles Green Blaze
The trail follows the ecologically important Duck River, which makes it a great place to find fishing spots. At 1.35 miles, there is a 20-foot observation tower overlooking a native grass field and wetland. It is here the trail connects to the Wetland Trail and the Adeline Wilhoite River Trail Loop.

Adeline Wilhoite River Trail Loop  - 1.65 Miles Moderate Hiking Green Blaze

Blueway 1.00 Mile Duck River Paddle 

Hickory Ridge Loop Trail - 1.50 Miles Easy Orange Blaze 
The trail showcases some of the park’s most different ecosystems, sinkholes, and cedar glades. Both are places of rich diversity and contain plants and animals that are not found in any other type of landscape.

Hickory Ridge Outer Loop Trail - 1.25 Miles Moderate Orange Blaze

Henry Horton Greenway -  0.25 Miles  Easy  No Blaze
This easy paved loop highlights some of the native tree species and native grass fields.

Wetland Trail - 0.95 Miles Easy Black Blaze

Wild Turkey Trail  - 1.70 Miles Easy Red Blaze
Wander through beautiful mature oak and hickory forests with glimpses of vernal pools, abundant wildlife, and signs of the early area farm life.

Wilhoite Mill Trail - 0.70 Miles Black Blaze
The trail begins near the site that early settlers in the late 1700s made the first known crossing of the Duck River. After the trail leaves the river, it passes three backcountry campsites and winds its way through cedar glades, hardwood forests, old farm fields and remnants of abandoned farm homes. Andrew Jackson carved the first road through this land. The Wilhoite family built a mill and dam in this location on the river in 1846.