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This state park within Nashville takes you out of the hustle and bustle of city life. It's only 10 minutes from the house. Bring your hiking shoes for some easy to moderate trails and pathways. ... más información
If the weather is nice and you want to get out in nature take a short 5-mile drive south to beautiful Radnor Lake - Nashville's own version of Walden Pond. There are several miles of walking trail... más información
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Located in the shadow of the State Capitol in downtown Nashville, the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park gives visitors a taste of Tennessee's vast history, natural wonders, and serves as a lasti... más información
This is a beautiful park that was land rescued in 1996 to commemorate Tennessee's Bicentennial. Stroll the grounds to see granite walls engraved with Tennessee's history back to BC days; take the k... más información
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A tucked-away hilltop in a quiet neighborhood just off of bustling West End Ave. Offers a sweeping view of Nashville. Also the site of Mt. Richmore (the home of John Rich of Big & Rich).
Love circle provides a great view atop one of the highest points in Nashville giving you an awesome view of the city. This is a great spot to bring a blanket and that bottle of wine or beer you p... más información
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Take a boat ride with the writer of the #1 hit song, "Redneck Yacht Club" You can choose to take a day cruise with stops for a dip in Percy Priest Lake's coves or opt for a sunset cruise! Contact y... más información
Rent a bicycle on the Stones River Greenway or take a walk around the lake. There are options to rent boats from several locations. Also enjoy Nashville Shores waterpark!
J. Percy Priest Lake is a reservoir in north central part of Tennessee. It is formed by J. Percy Priest Dam, located between miles six and seven of the Stones River.
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Shelby Bottoms is a large park very near our house. There's a beautiful walking trail at the corner of 19th and Lillian you should totally check out. You can walk from our house. Navigate to 19th a... más información
Whenever we want to go to a park, we head to Shelby Bottoms in East Nashville. It's just ten minutes from our house, and features running trails, a large dog park, a small lake, and in the warmer m... más información
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Richland Creek Greenway - McCabe Loop is within walking distance. Over three miles of paved trail connecting McCabe golf course and the Sylvan Park neighborhood.
Richland Creek Greenway is a scenic paved trail along the McCabe Golf Course. Hop on from 46th Avenue by the McCabe Community Center (across from Star Bagel) and walk, jog or bike for several miles... más información
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Walking trails, hiking trails, canoe rentals in summer on Couchville Lake (small lake with NO speedboats) - perfect!
A bit of a drive, but never crowded with some great hiking trails. The Day Loop is beautiful and less hilly than some others in the area.
We enjoy hiking here year-round. We also love that it's set on Percy Priest Lake. There are some decent views, and there is also a picnic area with grills that we've used.
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Stones River Greenway of Nashville Trail is a paved 6 mile (out and back) trail rated as moderate. Hiking, biking, rollerblading, running.
Beautiful scenery that connects to East Nashville at the Shelby Bottoms Green-way.
Great place for a long run or nice walk along the Stones river. 3 miles round trip from Kohl's parking lot to Percy priest dam.
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Very well maintained and safe to walk/bike/run..and afterwards, drop in to the Star Bagel !
Great little 3 mile trail around a golf course. Stick around the area and enjoy some good BBQ at Edley's!
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Enjoy a day out on the water!!
Old Hickory Lake & the Cumberland River wind itself in and around the entire city of Gallatin. There are several public access areas to drop in your boat, fish or just enjoy the view!
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Old wilderness path from Nashville all the way to the gulf coast. Beautiful scenic drive.
Historic scenic drive stretching over 400 miles. Many interesting points of interest along the way. Beautiful!
The loveless cafe is located out by the trace near Fairview. Beautiful drive, good food and local shops with some gifted artisans that fill an old motel behind the loveless.
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Loads of fun for canoeing, kayaking and swimming. Put in is about 1/4 mile from take out so you can drive yourself and borrow our canoe for a free fun day.
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Tour the state capitol building from its perch looking over the city.
When we get snow the whole city comes here to play. Its the highest point in the city.