Percy Warner Park
Great spot for a moderate hike to connect with nature. Easy enough for kids 3 and older to walk. Catch a crawdad in the stream while you're there!
Definitely visit while it’s still warm outside!! Beautiful views and satisfying sounds of pure nature.
Percy Warner and Edwin Warner parks are a great hike and offer a variety of trails. These trails attract runners, so please be mindful of others around you as you hike.
Features multiple nature trails, ranging from 1/3 to 2 1/2 miles in length and easy to moderate in difficulty.
Need someplace peaceful? This nearby spot should do the trick. There’s a plethora of outdoor activities to explore, from golfing, hiking, or taking in a picnic. On one particular hill, you can see the entire Nashville skyline, which provides a great photo-op.
“This two-story museum holds both modern and historic works with a children's area on the top floor.”
“These gardens are filled with art installations and plants from all over the state. They also have special holiday activities for everyone in the family to enjoy.”
“High end shopping mall in the Green Hills neighborhood - everything from Free People, Tiffany, Gap to Nordstroms, Macy's and more. ”
“Radnor is the most beautiful walk around a lake in Nashville. Although a little out of the way, it's well worth it. Especially if you enjoy a hike!”
State / Provincial Park
“One of my favorite things about Nashville is all our parks (there's actually a book in the suite titled SIXTY HIKES WITHIN SIXTY MILES OF NASHVILLE). Radnor Lake is my very favorite. ”