Nashville Area Parks

Best Parks in Nashville and Middle Tennessee

Nashville and Middle Tennessee offers great weather all year long, we can almost say we have four seasons (but you have to question if our mild winters count). We love that Nashville and the surrounding counties are all about the great outdoors there are tons of Greenway trails, Hiking Trails, Walking Trails and Parks to enjoy. Don't miss Tennessee State Parks and our Middle Tennessee Greenways either! Enjoy Life, Nashville Life!

Nashville Parks

The Fort Negley Visitors Center is a historical education and outdoor recreation center of the Nashville Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation. Fort Negley is a place where people and history come together.

Fort Negley Visitors Center and Park
1100 Fort Negley Blvd.
37203 Nashville , TN
Phone: (615) 862-8470

Memorial Park – 151 East Main Street - 1 shelter - behind tennis courts/wooden playground area. Shelter is located up on the hill behind Kids Kingdom.

Memorial Park
151 East Main Street
37075 Hendersonville , TN

Hendersonville's Drake Creek Park offers:
2 Lighted Football Fields
13 Lighted Baseball / Softball Fields
5 Concession Stands
7 Restroom Facilities
3 Basketball Goals (1 lighted)

Hendersonville's Drake Creek Park
161 Indian Lake Blvd
37075 Hendersonville , TN

Nashville Hiking Meetup is an outdoor adventure and eco-volunteer club that plans hiking, backpacking, camping, paddling, and biking events throughout the year ranging from easy to strenuous, local to regional.

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

    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

    A favorite Nashville Park open daily from dawn to dusk best known for the Dragon Mosaic Sculpture which is why everyone refers to the park as Dragon Park.

    Fannie Mae Dees/ Dragon Park
    2400 Blakemore Ave
    37212 Nashville , TN
    Phone: (615) 862-8400
    Seven Points Campground is a lakeside oasis in the green hills of Tennessee, providing visitors with countless recreational activities on the lake and the surrounding miles of woods and grasslands.
    37076 Hermitage , TN
    Phone: (615)889-1975
    Smith Springs Recreation Area is a lakeside oasis in the hills of middle Tennessee, providing visitors with countless recreational activities on the lake and in the surrounding woods and grasslands. Natural Features:
    Smith Springs Recreation Area
    3060 Smith Springs Road
    37013 Antioch , TN
    Phone: (615)889-1975

    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


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