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    Dunbar Cave State Natural Area: Lake Trail and Recovery Trail

    Saint Bethlehem, Tennessee

    Dunbar Cave State Natural Area Lake Trail and Recovery Trail

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    Explorer | 31 pts
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    5/26/2018
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    Hendersonville, TN
    Adventurer | 296 pts
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    11/30/2013
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    Clarksville, TN
    Explorer | 30 pts
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    8/24/2013
    Decent trail for running and hiking. Not much scenery to speak of. The trail is poorly maintained in certain areas. Trail signage is good and it usually isn't too crowded.
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    Fort Campbell, KY
    Explorer | 30 pts
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    4/10/2012
    I go here to run the trails every so often. I went hiking recently and it was decent, but the path is a little too worn for my liking and is a little boring in terms of scenery. 90% trees, 10% lake.
    It's fun if you have nowhere else to go, or want to take a peak behind the barred up Dunbar Cave.
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    Trail Information

    Saint Bethlehem
    Nearby City
    Dog-friendly
    Accessibility
    2.4
    Distance
    Loop/Lollipop
    Trail Type
    Easy
    Skill Level
    1.5 hours
    Duration
    September to June
    Season
    USGS: Clarksville; trail maps available at visitor center; large map boards along trail
    Local Maps

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