Neville Bay Road 214

Total Miles
4.9

Elevation

160.80 ft

Duration

0.6 Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This trail is part of the Land Between the Lakes Forestry Road System. It starts its southern leg at Woodlands Trace National Scenic Byway (also known as The Trace), heads east along the northern shore of Neville Bay, and turns north to eventually connect with Linton Ferry Road. At the time of this report, the bridge at Crockett Creek was washed out, resulting in the closure of the trail at that point. The trail is well-maintained, consisting mostly of graded gravel roads. Some short sections are dirt with minor rutting, but they are easily navigable without 4WD. The trees and brush are well-trimmed, eliminating the risk of pinstriping from the brush. Seasonal hunting occurs in this area, so obtaining an MVUM map and adhering to all posted signs and closures is advised. The trail may lack technical off-roading challenges, but it compensates with breathtaking scenery. It winds through dense woods, with numerous creeks and lake views to enjoy along the way. However, don't expect any water crossings; these are managed by bridges and pipe culverts. Keep an eye on the surroundings, as you might encounter relics and ruins left by generations past who once inhabited this area.

Photos of Neville Bay Road 214

Neville Bay Road 214
Neville Bay Road 214
Neville Bay Road 214

Difficulty

Be careful to not become so distracted by the scenery that you drive off the trail. That's the only way you will have any difficulty on this trail.

Technical Rating

1

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

The trailhead is directly off The Trace on the Tennessee side of LBL. The trail travels on the eastern side of LBL, Lake Barkley side.

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