While visiting my friend Amy in Tennessee, we took a trip to explore Cedars of Lebanon State Park. This park is about 40 minutes east of Nashville.
We headed to the back of the park first. The first trail that we checked out was the Limestone Sink Trail which is .4 mile loop. This trail had several unique rock formations!
Next, we checked out Jackson Cave which is just to the right of the Nature Center. We didn’t go inside the cave since you have to register and obtain a permit, but just the entrance was impressive! The sign even says there is a lake towards the back of the cave! Note that this area can flood during heavy rains.
We then walked the ADA trail which is just over a half mile long. I really liked this trail and the views. It’s a great option for everyone to experience the peacefulness of nature.
The longest trail that we hiked was the Cedar Forest Trail at just under two miles long. This is a loop trail with two access points. We parked by the Ranger Station and caught the trail here. This trail also had some interesting rock formations.
Our final trail was also located by the Ranger Station, the Cedar Glade Trail. This trail was a half mile loop.
All in all, I really liked this park. It seems like it had so much to offer from cabins to rent, a splash pad, a butterfly garden and much more. Be sure to check it out!