Fall Foliage Color Tours in Nashville and Middle TN

Enjoy the Fall Colors in Middle Tennessee

Most people visit Nashville for the music but after they arrive they will tell you how truly beautiful it is here. The city and surrounding counties are full of deciduous trees and rolling hills which come alive with color each fall. The foliage color along with the mild temperatures make fall a perfect time to visit Music City.

Tennessee Fall Foliage Color Tours

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Cheekwood Museum and Gardens
1200 Forrest Park Drive
37205 Nashville , TN
Phone: 615.356.8000

Radnor Lake is a 1,200-acre natural area located in Davidson County in the Overton Hills approximately eight miles south of downtown Nashville.

Radnor Lake State Natural Area
1160 Otter Creek Road
37220 Nashville , TN
Phone: (615) 373-3467

Long Hunter State Park is situated along the shore of J. Percy Priest Lake. From Nashville, take I-40 East to Mt. Juliet Road, Exit 226-A. Go south (right) 6.2 miles to the main park entrance. Or, take I-24 east to Old Hickory Boulevard, Exit 62.

Long Hunter State Park
2910 Hobson Pike
37076 Hermitage , TN
Phone: (615) 885-2422
This historic, 444-mile scenic parkway links Natchez with Nashville and crosses some of the most beautiful terrain in the states of Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee.
Natchez Trace Parkway 37067 Franklin , TN

SCARECROWS AND PUMPKINS

Cheekwood Gardens
1200 Forrest Park Drive
37205 Nashville , TN
Phone: 615.356.8000

Edwin Warner Park in Nashville is a favorite park to many in middle Tennessee. There are miles of walking trails. The Model Airplane Field is something to see. Many pavilions for picnics and beautiful greenways.

Edwin Warner Park
50 Vaughn Rd.
37221 Nashville , TN
Ten miles of trails. Two picnic areas accessible by horseback. Park at the equestrian center, 2500 Old Hickory Blvd. Equestrian Center and Bridle Path Trailhead open from dawn to dusk. Bring your own horse. Warner Parks amenities include:
    Percy Warner Park
    7311 Highway 100
    37221 Nashville , TN
    Phone: (615) 370-8051

    Bowie Nature Park, located in Fairview, TN contains a glorious 700+ acres of forest, lakes & trails, Bowie is a great place for individuals, couples & families to come and enjoy their time.

    Bowie Park & Nature Center
    7211 Bowie Lake Rd
    37062 Fairview , TN
    Phone: (615) 799-5544

    At Canoe the Caney, we offer affordable fun for everyone!

    Canoe The Caney
    17055 Smithville Hwy
    38582 Smithville , TN
    Phone: 1-800-579-7893

    Come ride Tennessee Central Railway Museum’s classic traditional American streamlined passenger train through the best fall foliage and scenery in Middle Tennessee!

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