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Nashville : parcs et nature

Meilleurs parcs

Autres grands espaces
“Shelby Bottoms Nature Center at one end of the Greenway will connect you to the Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge on this 3 mile trek. Bring your walking shoes, bicycle or skates!”
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Jardin
“Cheekwood is a 55-acre botanical garden and historic estate in Nashville, featuring art galleries, seasonal festivals and breathtaking wedding venues.”
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Parc
“Located about 30 minutes south of East Nashville (without traffic), Percy and Edwin Warner Parks span 3,200 acres of beautiful wooded hills, open meadows, and bubbling streams, and includes 16.75 miles of hiking trails. We like the 4.5 mile Mossy Ridge Trail or the 2.5 mile Warner Woods Trail. This is a park close to the city, so you will see lots of other hikers on these trails, especially on the weekends. We prefer this park in the fall. ”
  • Recommandé par 195 habitants
Parc
“Nice grassy park with Nashville's very own Parthenon, definitely check it out to see the gleaming gold statue of the goddess Athena. ”
  • Recommandé par 132 habitants
State / Provincial Park
“Our favorite place for a hike. You can take an easy 2.5 mile loop around the lake or get more adventurous and trek up one of the ridge trails. ”
  • Recommandé par 193 habitants
Parc
“Enjoy a walk in the park! If you’re there early, tour the Parthenon in the center of the park!”
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Monument / Point de repère
“Take a stroll, have lunch at the Farmer's Market and learn about Tennessee.”
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Parc
“Pretty park on the Cumberland River- splash pad for the kids and elevator to Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge for beautiful views of the city”
  • Recommandé par 51 habitants

Aires de jeux

Parc
“This is must see for families. There are several play areas at this little park for all ages/abilities. In the center of the park is a sculpture of a dragon that was built by Pedro Silva and decorated by local artists and Nashville volunteers. It is wonderful to climb on and great for family pictures. Fannie Mae Dees Park is often referred to as “Dragon Park,” thanks to Pedro Silva’s sea serpent which was erected in the 70s, and features hundreds of personal designs–including faces, birds, alien creatures, flowers and animals–all made of cut or chipped tiles painted by local artists. Over several months in 1999 (and once again restored recently), neighborhood volunteers gave the beloved reptile much-needed repairs and polish, making him as handsome–and climbable–as ever.”
  • Recommandé par 17 habitants
Playground
“This is a great large park in East Nashville. It has playgrounds, a dog park, baseball fields, 2 golf courses, a boat ramp, and walking paths. ”
  • Recommandé par 16 habitants
Parc
“When all you need is a modest, sunny stretch of grass nearby. Playground and small gym ($3/workout).”
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Parc
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Playground
“Walking trail, children's play area, live music on Friday nights in summertime.”
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Plages

Surf Spot
“Paddleboarding? You bet! Get out on that big lake (note: Percy Priest lake is 26.2 square miles!) and have some fun!”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
Beach
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Beach
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Sentiers

State / Provincial Park
“Our favorite place for a hike. You can take an easy 2.5 mile loop around the lake or get more adventurous and trek up one of the ridge trails. ”
  • Recommandé par 193 habitants
Trail
“Enjoy this 3 mile paved loop that takes you through the woods, over bridges and by a playground. Enter the greenway at 51st avenue and Wyoming Avenue. There are hills!”
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Trail
“Great place to see lots of deer and wild turkey. Also great for walking, running, or biking. There is also a remote control airstrip and it is pretty cool to go watch people fly there planes. ”
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Trail
“If nature is your thing, take a short drive from us to Beaman Park. We like going in the back way (message me and I'll help you figure this out) and walking along or even in the creek. It always feels easily 10-15 degrees cooler there in the summers with a full canopy. You don't even need your sunscreen. My kids love how much wildlife we see when there --- snakes, crayfish, unique bugs, butterflies, etc. It's a great place to kill some time connecting with nature between your honky tonk fun. ;-) Oh and no $$ necessary, not even to park. ”
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Trail
“4-mile moderate, scenic, loop hike. Follow Volunteer Trail a half mile through the woods and pick up at the Day Loop Trail, which skirts the shoreline of Percy Priest Lake. Circle around to a high bluff and enjoy stunning lake views before reaching a quiet cove that was once settled. Ramble over a hill filled with tall oaks, then backtrack a half mile to finish the hike. ”
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Trail
“This Greenway has a 2.5(ish) mile loop that's perfect for stretching your legs.”
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Trail
“Radnor Lake State Park is a 1,368-acre park. It is unique due to the abundance of wildlife viewing and hiking opportunities. The park has more than six miles of trails and is strictly used for hiking, photography and wildlife observation.”
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