Below is a list of the top and leading Parks in Nashville. To help you find the best Parks located near you in Nashville, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Nashville’s Best Parks are:
The top rated Parks in Nashville, TN are:
- Centennial Park– one of Nashville’s most popular parks
- Cumberland Park– a brand-new riverfront attraction in Nashville
- Radnor Lake State Park– a 1,368-acre park with a Class II Natural Area designation
- Sevier Park– has a long history as a welcoming place for children and adults to gather and play in the heart of one of Nashville’s most beautiful parks
- Edwin Warner Park– a significant historical community resource
Centennial Park is one of Nashville’s most popular parks. The 132-acre park has the renowned Parthenon, a one-mile walking track, Lake Watauga, the Centennial Art Center, historical monuments, an arts activity center, a magnificent sunken garden, a bandshell, an events shelter, sand volleyball courts, a dog park, and an exercise trail.
Thousands of people come to the park every year to visit the museum, see exhibits, attend festivals, and simply enjoy the scenery.
Address: 2500 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 862 8400
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Cumberland Park is a brand-new riverfront attraction in Nashville. The park is a unique play environment for kids and families that includes water features and unusual play structures. The park’s 6.5 acres include an outdoor amphitheater that can hold up to 1,200 people for events.
Cumberland Park is part of the wider Riverfront Revitalization Plan, which also involves the recently completed renovation of the adjacent Bridge Building and the building of The Lawn, an open space for recreation and entertainment, as well as the Bridge Building Landing.
Address: 592 S 1st St, Nashville, TN 37213
Phone: (615) 862 8400
“Very nice place to hangout with family or friends. Free to park. Need ticket to enter the museum.” – Ni N.
Radnor Lake State Park
Radnor Lake State Park is a 1,368-acre park with a Class II Natural Area designation. It stands out because of its wealth of wildlife viewing chances, environmental education initiatives, hiking opportunities, and urban proximity. The park is only open during the day, and the 7.75-mile path is reserved for hiking, photography, and wildlife viewing. The Otter Creek Road route is the only place where pets, jogging, and cycling are permitted. People who use all-terrain wheelchairs can use the Lake Trail.
Address: 1160 Otter Creek Rd, Nashville, TN 37220
Phone: (615) 373 3467
“Excellent 3 mile loop around the lake… Lots of wildlife to see. Beautiful!” – Justin Funk
Sevier Park has a long history as a welcoming place for children and adults to gather and play in the heart of one of Nashville’s most beautiful parks. The new recreation center will be the focal point of Sevier Park and will feature all of the fantastic features that our regional recreation centers have come to be known for. A modern gymnasium with an upper level walking track, a dance/movement room, a fitness center, and community meeting space are all available at the center.
Address: 3021 Lealand Ln, Nashville, TN 37204
Phone: (615) 862 8466
“Great pavilion for get-togethers. Nice space for kids to play and ample parking. Playground looked nice too.” – Audrey Gilmer
Edwin Warner Park
Edwin Warner Park, collectively known as “The Warner Parks,” are managed by the Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation Department. The Warner Parks, located 9 miles from downtown Nashville, are one of Tennessee’s largest municipally controlled parks, including more than 3,100 acres of woodland and grassland.
The Nature Center, picnic shelters, dog park, scenic motorways and overlooks, hiking trails, mountain biking trails, equestrian center and horse trails, cross country running courses, golf courses, and athletic fields attract almost a million visitors each year. The National Register of Historic Places has designated Warner Parks as a significant historical community resource.
Address: 7311 TN-100, Nashville, TN 37221
Phone: (615) 370 8051
“This and Percy Warner Park are two of the best places to go in Nashville to enjoy nature. There is even here a nature playground to keep children entertained as well.” – Steven MacKendree