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Loyston Point Bike Trails

Outdoor Adventures, Agritourism
NOTE: Many recreational areas and facilities are closed due to COVID-19. Please consult tva.com/coronavirus for the latest information.
Chuck Morris

ADA Accessibility Notes

The trails are natural surfaced trails. The boat launch area is paved.

Loyston Point spreads across a peninsula on the Clinch River arm of Norris Lake. Trails will traverse through the beautiful woodland, hug the shoreline of the Clinch River, and ascend to the ridge top for great views of the river below, the Cumberland Mountains to the northwest, and the Smokies to the southeast. The 17.7 mile trail system consists of singletrack, doubletrack, and old roads. While 12.7 miles are multi-use trail open to mountain bikers, hikers and trail runners, there are 2.5 miles of foot traffic-only trail that winds through the Hemlock Bluffs Small Wild Area. The trails handle wet weather and are user-friendly. Water lovers will enjoy the swimming hole, fishing, and paddling along the Point 19 trail.

Activities at this Site

The 17.7 mile trail system consists of singletrack, doubletrack, and old roads. While 12.7 miles are multi-use trail open to mountain bikers, hikers and trail runners, there are 2.5 miles of foot traffic-only trail that winds through the Hemlock Bluffs Small Wild Area. The trails handle wet weather and are user-friendly. Water lovers will enjoy the swimming hole, fishing, and paddling along the Point 19 trail.

Eco-Friendly Notes

This Public Lands area is a conservation site located in the watershed. Please practice "Leave No Trace" by packing in and out any trash, water bottles, or waste.

Trash receptacles can be found in the public boat launch area. Take your recycling with you.

How to Get There

Take I-75 to exit 122, turn onto TN-61 east towards Norris. Go 1.4 miles and turn left onto US 441, Norris Fwy. Head north on US 441 for 3.7 miles then turn right onto Forgety Rd. After 0.6 miles turn left onto Mill Creek Rd and go 0.8 miles. Make a sharp right onto Ridge Circle Rd. Take the 1st left onto Loyston Point Rd and go 0.6 miles. Continue opnto Club House Rd then continue onto Fox Hollow Rd for 0.9 miles. Keep right to continue on Club House Rd. Take the 1st left onto N Shore Drive. Go 1.0 mile and turn left onto Lakeshore Dr. Parking for the trails will be on the right.

Pet Friendly Notes

Leashed dogs are allowed

Hours

The trails are open dawn to dusk.

Seasons Open

Year Round

Pricing

Price Style for this Establishment

Free