Davidson River Trail

Davidson River Exercise Trail

Davidson River Running Trail (Brevard): The Davidson River Exercise Trail is a great warm-up run for the more advanced adventurer and a nice workout for the beginner runner. The exercise trail is a 1.5-mile flat, mostly wide loop with some rocks and roots that runs in between the Davidson River and the Davidson River Campground. Just after the English Chapel take a right across the bridge and pick up the trail on the other side of 276. The trail ends just opposite the entrance to the campground.


Directions: Head out of Brevard northeast on US-64 E/S Broad St toward E Main St – Continue to follow US-64 E – Turn left onto US-276 N – Turn left toward Sycamore Cir – Slight right onto Sycamore Cir -Turn right onto Davidson River Cir – Slight left to stay on Davidson River Cir – Parking for people who are not camping is to left before the bridge. Cross the bridge and find the trail head to the right just after the bridge.

The Adventure Collective

The Adventure Collective publishes a series of outdoor adventure sports guides to adventures in Asheville, Boone, Brevard, Chattanooga, Charleston and The Great Smoky Mountains.

View stories