5 Beautiful Places To Walk Near Collierville This Spring








You can’t beat the feeling that Spring puts in the air.

It’s my favorite time of the year!


The best part is a spring walk.  There is warmth in the

air, sun shining, and plenty of color replacing the grays

and browns of winter.


Most everyone has their favorite neighborhood or

park to walk, but sometimes it’s fun to explore

somewhere different.


So I’ve decided to share with you 5 beautiful places

to walk this Spring in Collierville, which have

features than come alive in Spring.


Whether if be woodlands, wildflowers, sidewalks, or

waterside. . .  There’s a walk to suit every mood.


 1. Peterson Lake nature Center


Peterson Lake Nature Park accesses Wolf River and

the surrounding hardwood forest.  Walk the boardwalk

and trail system that winds it’s way through over 3

miles of the wetland zone.


This is the best walk if you hope to see deer or other

wildlife from designated observation stations.  You can

also download a field guide to identify plants and trees


2. Hinton Park Trail


You can find Hinton Park at 10524 East Holmes Road.

It has new beautiful facilities, playgrounds and trails.


Follow the walking track that circles a quiet pond.

Enjoy features include giant oaks, vast open spaces,

and wildflower meadows.


3. Nonconnah Trail


The Nonconnah Trail, running 1.6 miles from Schilling

Farms Middle School to Houston Levee Road, is part

of the Collierville Greenbelt System.  These trails are

designed to enhance the natural beauty of the town

and this trail runs along the Nonconnah Creek.


You will see natural vegetation and protected wildlife

habitats. This trail serves as a short step away from

the hustle and bustle of neighborhoods, schools, and



4. Collierville Town Square


If you prefer to take in history and architecture on

your walk, take a stroll through the Historic Town

Square District. It features turn of the century

walkways, bandstand, log cabin, and train cars.


Spring on the square is sensational with the azaleas

and dogwoods in bloom. Pedestrian friendly streets

and brick walkways allow you to access charming

antique and specialty shops on your outing.


5. Carriage Crossing


Is nature and history not your thing?  Take a brisk

walk through Collierville’s open air retail center at

Carriage Crossing.


This 800,000 sf lifestyle center provides over 75

shops, many dining options, benches to rest, a

fountain, and sculptures to enjoy. Speakers along the

sidewalk allow you to enjoy some music as you walk.


So, there you have it! 5 different places to walk

in Collierville. . .one may just become your new



Get outside as much as you can this Spring! Walking

is a great way to keep active and mobile – it doesn’t

have to be a hard hike. Enjoy a gentle stroll, and all

our community has to offer.


And if you take any pictures while you’re out and

about, be sure to share them with us over on

Facebook – we’d love to feature them on our page.


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