Stomp Pavement at Stones River Greenway Stones River Greenway – Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge
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Stomp Pavement at Stones River Greenway Stones River Greenway – Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge
Stomp Pavement at Stones River Greenway
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Stomp Pavement at Stones River Greenway

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Clocking in at 10.2 miles of paved trails, the Stones River Greenway is one of the longest in the metro area.

By Kelly Thomas
Every Nashvillian (as well as every tourist under the sun) knows about the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge. But did you know there's a second pedestrian bridge near Wave Country? The lesser known Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge is the start of one end of the Stones River Greenway, a 10.2-mile paved trail that winds through Donelson and ends at the Percy Priest Dam. With a total of nine trailheads, you fortunately don't have to commit to the total 10.2 miles (because let's be real, 10.2 miles is ambitious unless you are training for a race). The trailheads include:

- Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge
- Wave Country Trailhead
- Two Rivers Park Trailhead
- Heartland Park Trailhead
- Stone Hall Trailhead
- Stewarts Ferry Connector
- Donelson YMCA Trailhead
- Kohl's Trailhead
- Percy Priest Dam Trailhead

This map designed by Greenways for Nashville lays out the exact addresses of the trailheads for easy navigation and is an especially helpful reference of which trailheads lack parking.

Stones River Greenway – Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge
230 Two Rivers Court
Nashville, TN 37214
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