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Centennial Park
Jogging Paths & Tracks, Parks
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Riverfront Park
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Shelby Bottoms Greenway
Jogging Paths & Tracks, Parks
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#1 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
And they show the best of our flora and fauna as well as have horse chases, golf, kids playing ball, model airplane fields, dog parks, creeks, and picnics -- as well as wonderful trails to just walk and look at wi...
Right beside Cheekwood you'll find the Warner Parks, with wonderful hiking trails, picnic pavilions, play areas for the kids, the Nature Center...there are even two adjacent golf courses.
#2 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
We saw more wildlife here than we have ever seen at state parks, etc, and we hike a lot! Turkeys, deer, turtles, birds, snakes, etc. Lovely park!
Now it's a nature walking gem, open from 6 a.m. until sunset (365 days a year) with 6 walking paths ranging from the longest which is 1.5 miles to several shorter walks, easy to moderate, all around this beautiful...
Belmont Mansion Nashville
#3 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
The grounds also includes lavish gardens, conservatories, an aviary, lake and a zoo, which featured bears, monkeys, peacocks, a white owl, singing birds, alligators from Louisiana and a deer park.
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#4 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Visited with out of town visit on a Thursday evening The gardens are beautiful to see A must do when in Nashville Tip park at mall and walk over
It's like a wonderland in which you can simply wander and reflect, renewing your soul in the beauty of nature, all under a dome.
#5 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Right next to the delightful farmer’s market with lots of free parking, this park has WWII monuments, music monuments, and a terrific fountain.
The park includes a number of enriched design elements including: a granite Tennessee map plaza, water fountains, amphitheater, a Court of Stars, a 50 column design including a 95 bell Carillon, a granite inscribe...
7 Ways to experience it
Centennial Park Nashville
#6 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Love Centennial Park; room for kids to run, fun play areas, beautifully kept, great walking/jogging paths and of course the Parthenon is awesome.
You can walk the paved track around the perimeter, play frisbee on the lawn, swing at the playground, feed the ducks & geese, walk your dog, ride your bike or tour the Parthenon (for a fee) in the center of the park.
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#7 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Located at 1200 Forrest Park Drive in Nashville, on the historic Cheek estate, it is one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era estate and the site of world-class art exhibitions, spectacular gard...
The unexpected sculpture and art makes the park full of lovely and often innovative sights.
1 Way to experience it
Riverfront Park Nashville
#8 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Many " Kodak Moments" while enjoying your stroll along the Riverfront Park in beautiful downtown Nashville.
Here we found well maintained lands, porch type swings and a dog park.Great place to stroll and people watch.
6 Ways to experience it
Nashville Zoo Nashville
#9 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Great zoo with really cool nature walks and great animal exhibits.
A lot of folks miss the farmhouse area, located behind the carousel; it's one of my favorite areas of the park.
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Percy Priest Lake Nashville
#10 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
On the grassed area there were lots of benches and tables to sit for picnics and also BBQ grills free to use just bring your own source of fuel, and you are able to cook whilst enjoying the park and beach.
Very beautiful and massive lake with lots of cliffs, rocks and parks.
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#11 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
It's close to downtown Nashville, runs along the Cumberland River, and makes for an excellent getaway in nature while you're doing all the glittery Nashville stuff.
There is a very awesome pedestrian suspension bridge over the Cumberland River at one end of the trail about 2 3/4 miles from Shelby Park.
Moss-Wright Park Goodlettsville
#12 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Fireworks, walking trails, soccer, softball, Little League baseball, dog park area, picnic areas, playground, historical learning at the fort and Bowen-Campbell home, holiday celebrations, community events....Moss...
A beautiful well kept park, with open grassy areas, ball fields, picnic areas and trails.
#13 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Our family spent a lot of money on tours all around the Nashville/Franklin area, and this park was my personal favorite spot.
Great Historical Park
Cumberland Park Nashville
#14 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Sandbox play, rock climbing walls, nets to climb, 3 large slides, water park (closed right now) meandering walkway and great views of bridges and city.
Cumberland Park offers a 360 degree view of downtown Nashville, the Cumberland River, Bridges, and buildings.
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#15 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
The park gets its nickname from the beautiful mosaic dragon sculpture at one end of the park, and it is a wonderful piece of artwork.
This is just a very good park for a picnic or play time with family and friends.
Shelby Park Nashville
#16 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
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#19 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Some historical signs which go over the history of the park.
Bells Bend Park Nashville
#20 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Great way to enjoy nature.
Gardens of Babylon Nashville
#21 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
Hadley Park Nashville
#22 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County
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#24 of 24 Nature & Parks in Davidson County