Narrows Of The Harpeth, 1254 Narrows of the Harpeth Rd, Kingston Springs, TN 37082, USA

Experience the Thrill of Backpacking in East Tennessee and Camping in Harpeth Valley

Harpeth Valley

TENNESSEE - From the time they were born, the children have embarked on adventures, traveling by road all over the United States. Although they were too young to recall their visits to the Grand Canyon or the Petrified Forest, I still value these experiences. We dedicated numerous days to hiking through the eastern part of Tennessee, discovering new paths, hunting for waterfalls, camping amidst wildlife, and enjoying the peaceful sound of flowing creeks in the background. We traveled hundreds of miles to partake in these unforgettable journeys.

During our exploration, we came across various untouched regions within Harpeth River State Park, which boasts a 40-mile-long river. A trio of trails featured a half-mile bluff overlook, presenting a challenging climb that rewarded us with a breathtaking vista of the Harpeth Valley. Following a hike along a half-mile-long trail, we were greeted by a charming waterfall, which marked the historical site of Montgomery Bell, the location of one of the oldest artificial tunnels that exist to this day. As we strolled through fields adorned with vibrant wildflowers, we enjoyed delightful picnics by various streams and rivers.

I trust that the children will understand that the most rewarding moments arise when they venture beyond their comfort zone and embark on new and exciting experiences.

Hiking Tennessee

Mya, the husky with a fluffy coat, is not afraid of high places. She thoroughly enjoys engaging in thrilling escapades.

A tunnel that was constructed by humans during the beginning of the 19th century was designed to utilize the decrease in river levels in a curve of the Harpeth River in order to facilitate the functioning of an iron forge.

The trail offers a serene ambiance surrounded by lush greenery.

One of the pathways is made of compacted soil that is narrow and guides towards the slope of a mountain.

The photographs on this site, domain, are the property of Stel Bailey and protected by the United States and international copyright laws. All copyright, trademark, and other intellectual property rights on this site are the property of Stel Bailey.