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5.13 miles

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433 ft

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Beaman Park Loop, located in Ashland City, Tennessee, is a well-known hiking trail that offers a variety of natural attractions. The trail is a 5.13-mile loop that is rated as moderate in difficulty. It features a mix of terrain, including forested areas, open fields, and steep inclines. The trail is known for its unique rock formations and the Little Marrowbone Creek, which hikers cross multiple times along the route. The creek is a popular spot for bird watching, with a variety of species often spotted in the area. Hikers should be prepared for a few challenging sections, particularly the steep inclines near the start and end of the loop. The trail is well-marked, but it's recommended to bring a map for navigation. Beaman Park Loop is open year-round, but the best time to visit is in the spring or fall when the weather is mild and the foliage is at its most vibrant. In summary, Beaman Park Loop offers a rewarding hike with a variety of natural features. It's a great choice for those looking for a moderate challenge and an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors in Ashland City, Tennessee.
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