Happy Trails Park

Happy Trail Park is a unit of Roan Mountain Community Park, sponsored by the Back Country Horsemen of East Tennessee and administered by the Roan Mountain Recreation Foundation. Here you will find:

A large parking area for horse trailers and nearby access to over 40 miles of horse trails in Carter County.

Parking for bicyclists, especially families, to use Carter County’s Tweetsie Extension on Old Railroad Grade Road.

Access to the Doe River for white water paddlers and the Doe River Fishing Trail.

Historical information on the Overmountain Men, who passed through this area and camped in nearby meadows in October, 1780, on the first night of their pursuit of Major Patrick Ferguson’s loyalist militia that ended at the fateful Battle of King’s Mountain.

Re-enactors from the Overmountain Victory Trail Historic Association

Happy Trails Park is located near the corner of Old Railroad Grade Road and US-19-E in Roan Mountain at 135 Old Railroad Grade Road.