Friends of the Trails

Cumberland County Trails

Fairfield Glade Trails

Glossary

Trail Descriptions

Amherst Trail
2.0m

Canyon Trail
1.4m

Central Trails
4.6m

Glastowbury Trail
1.0m

Good Samaritan Trail
1.0m

Hemlock Trail
1.5m

Kirkstone Trail
2.0m

Library Trail
0.2m

McGinnis Trail
1.8m

Overlook Trail
1.9m

Rotherham Trail
1.0m

Sculpture Trail
0.1m

Seven Bridges Trail
2.0m

Stonehenge Trail
1.5 m

Thornhill Trail
1.8m

Central Trail - 4.1 miles

The Central Trail is a network of paved walking trails. It is a mixture of delightful trails meandering throughs woods alongside streams and more functional sidewalks.There are multiple access points to this network many of which have ample parking. The map below shows the extent of the trail network and the locations of points of interest, parking lots, restrooms and benches.

Mini-golf Trailhead GPS Coordinates:
N 36° 00.002'
W 84° 53.067'

Rating: Easy

Download the PDF map of the Central Trails.


The Plateau Creative Arts Center is at the Mini-golf trailhead and is a delightful gallery worthy of a short visit. Behind the gallery a new sculpture trail was constructed in 2013. There are a number of sculptures on this delightful trail and new ones are always being added.

The trail winds north through woods, passing a disused ballfield and the Public Safety Building, to a tunnel under Peavine Road.

The trail passes by Mirror Lake with its fountain. This is the location of "Mirror Blast" concerts in the summer.

North of Mirror Lake the trail passes behind the Village Green Mall. Near the mall there is a branch in the trail to the Sterling Forest timeshare units.

The trail can be accessed from the Community Center using a path alongside the building.

Behind the Community Center the trail winds through the woods by a small creek.

Robin Hood Park is one of the many interesting destinations on this trail.

Along Stonehenge Drive the sidewalk trail dips down to reach the bridge across Dogleg Creek.

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