9 Parks To Visit In Nashville


Radnor Lake State Park 

With the hustle and bustle of Nashville city life, everyone could use an opportunity to slow down. With social distancing standards still in place and remote working becoming the new normal, walks in the park became a staple in the day to day lives of many. Take the time to slow down, step away from the computer screen, and explore one of Nashville’s beautiful parks. Many of these can be experienced with one of our past features – Abundant Life Adventure Club.

Edwin and Percy Warner Parks

7311 Highway 100 | Nashville, TN 37221

The Warner Parks have everything you’re looking for from hiking trails and a dog park to biking paths and golf courses. With over 3,000 acres of tranquil forest and scenic roadways and overlooks, Edwin and Percy Warner Parks present the prime opportunity to getaway.

Fannie Mae Dees Park

2400 Blakemore Ave | Nashville, TN 37212

Commonly referred to as “Dragon Park,” Fannie Mae Dees Park presents the opportunity for an interactive and imaginative walk perfect for adults and children alike. Grab a picnic basket and find a spot near the beautiful mosaic sculptures to hang out.

Bledsoe Creek State Park

400 Zieglers Fort Rd | Gallatin, TN 37066

The historic Bledsoe Creek State Park provides 6 miles of hiking trails with one mile paved and accessible to persons with disabilities. The park also has 57 campsites, making it the perfect park to pitch a tent, park and RV, and sit around the campfire with friends.

Falls Creek Falls State Park

2009 Village Camp Rd | Spencer, TN 38585

Falls Creek Falls is one of Nashville’s largest and most-visited parks. Complete with tall waterfalls, active streams, and lush greenery, Falls Creek Falls State Park is an ideal destination for exploration.

Radnor Lake State Park

1160 Otter Creek Rd | Nashville, TN 37220

Radnor Lake remains a Nashville staple park. With trails around a calm lake, Radnor Lake state park is the perfect destination for beginning hikers and anyone looking to step away from busy city life.

Hamilton Creek Marina

2901 Bell Rd | Nashville, TN 37217

If you love water activities, Hamilton Creek Marina is for you! Resting on Percy Preist Lake, Hamilton Creek offers canoes, kayaks, paddleboats, and more to make for tranquil vibes on the water.

Long Hunter State Park

2910 Hobson Pike | Hermitage, TN 37076

Divided into 4 sections, Long Hunter State Park has 2,600 acres of land for hiking, fishing, camping and more. With 20 miles of hiking trail ranging in terrain and difficulty, there’s something for everyone at Long Hunter State Park.

Harpeth River State Park

7851 McCroy Lane | Nashville, TN 37221

Harpeth River State Park stretches along 40 miles of river with 9 access points. The state park is perfect for water activities like fishing and canoeing or hiking along the river banks.

Beaman Park

5911 Old Hickory Blvd | Nashville, TN 37015

Located in northwest Nashville, Beaman Park is an explorer’s dream. The park is known for its unique abundance of plant life and steady streams and waterfalls to provide the perfect backdrop for a connection with nature.

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