All terrain vehicle (ATV) enthusiasts can enjoy the challenging 31-mile Bear Creek Motorcycle Trail on Lake Greeson. The trail begins at Daisy State Park (situated on the north shore of the lake) and travels east approximately 1.5 miles on park property, then changes to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lands and travels along the eastern shoreline of the lake to Laurel Creek Recreation Area. ATV's, mountain bikes, dirt bikes and hikers can utilize this multi-use trail that is open throughout the year. Trail maps are available at the Daisy State Park visitor center or the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers resource manager's office for Lake Greeson at Murfreesboro.
[NOTE: ATV's cannot be driven on roads within Daisy State Park; however, a parking lot with sufficient space for trailers is provided in the park at the trail head. As you enter the state park from U.S. 70, look for the first parking lot on the left just past the park entrance sign.]
This trail is for intermediate and advanced riders. The trail is rough and rocky in many places. This trail is not maintained in any way, and trees have grown over the trail is spots that make it very difficult to get through. Though UTVs are allowed, UTV's over 50" will not fit through as the tracks on this trail are for ATVs. Good trail to ride on an ATV and the scenery is amazing.
Open but trail is not maintained. Some sections are difficult and any UTVs over 50" will not get through
This trail system has not been maintained and barely 50 inches wide in places. It is fun, and feels remote. UTV's over 50" wide will not be able to get through any of the trail. UTV's that are 50" wide can ride some of the trail though it is tight, and will have to turn around as trees over the trail keep the roll cage from being able to make it through. For ATVs it can be challenging also and fun. This trail is really for ATV's. The scenery is worth the ride as you do hill climbs, see lots of forest, and ride along the lake at Bear Creek. Definitely a fun ride