Bicycling (Road)

Bicycling is a great way to explore the park, and is permitted on established public roads, parking areas, and designated routes.

Note: If you plan to bring a bicycle, it is subject to the same traffic rules as automobiles.



Safety is always a major concern where cars and bicycles must share the road. Because park roads are two-lane, with steep hills and numerous curves, bicyclers are urged to use extreme caution.

The State of Tennessee requires that children age 16 and under wear a helmet. We strongly recommend that all riders wear helmets, use rear view mirrors, and ride properly fitted and well-maintained bicycles. Please obey all traffic regulations.

  • Use extreme caution when riding on park roads!
  • Shoulders are narrow and vehicle traffic may be heavy.
  • Bicyclists share the road with vehicles.
  • There are no designated biking lanes.
  • Always ride single file with the flow of traffic
  • See and be seen; wear bright colors and a helmet.
  • Be prepared for possible weather changes.
Cycling at dusk
Cycling at dusk

Last updated: September 7, 2016

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