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5 miles, primitive
Consists of 5 miles of primitive hiking trails and boardwalks in a natural Highland Rim forest.
411 Little Marrowbone Road
5911 Old Hickory Boulevard, 37015
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Beaman Hiking Trails
Bells Bend Park
7.4 miles, soft surfaced farm roads and primitive hiking
Part of an 800-acre nature and outdoor recreation park that also includes soft surface trails and a nature center. Park includes newly completed unpaved mountain bike trails.
4107 Old Hickory Boulevard, 37218
0.4 miles, paved
Trail on gently rolling hill leads to a historic Civil War site overlooking the Cumberland River.
7002 Charlotte Pike, 37209
Browns Creek Greenway
.65 miles, paved
In the Battlemont neighborhood, features a loop among mature trees and landscape dotted with stone walls.
816 Park Terrace (not Park Terrace Dr), 37204
Cane Ridge Park
1 mile, walking
Walking paths encircle ball fields, and the park also provides a playground and a model air plane strip.
419 Battle Road, Antioch, 37013
Cedar Hill Park
.5 mile, paved
Located in Madison, in northern Davidson County, this Metro Park features a loop walking path in addition to several baseball diamonds, a playground, tennis courts, a lake for public fishing and an 18-hole disc golf course.
860 Old Hickory Blvd W, 37115
2.3 mile, walking
The park features a lake, meandering trails, and a paved multi-use trail.
2500 West End Ave, 37203
Cumberland River Greenway: Downtown
1.5 miles, paved
From MetroCenter Levee Greenway’s Great Circle trailhead into Downtown to 1st Ave along Fort Nashborough and Riverfront Park, with spurs along the way to Morgan Park and Bicentennial State Park.
Riverfront Park, 100 First Avenue North, 37201
Morgan Park, 411 Hume Street, 37208
Cumberland River Greenway: Crooked Branch Park
1.25 miles, paved
In Lakewood area, newly completed looped trail among fields and adjoining maturely treed land featuring views of designated 22 acre wetland.
At the intersection of J E Alred Lane and Ray Avenue, Old Hickory, TN.
Cumberland River Greenway: MetroCenter Levee
3 miles, paved
Along the open air Cumberland River levee from Great Circle Road through to Ted Rhodes Golf Course, featuring public art and a number of river overlooks.
Freeland Station Trailhead, 766 Freeland Station Road, 37228
Great Circle Road Trailhead, 231 Great Circle Road, 37228
Cumberland River Greenway: Tennessee State University
From Ted Rhodes Golf Course river bottoms through roadside bike lanes to TSU campus.
Ted Rhodes Trailhead, 1913 Ed Temple Blvd, 37208
Boyd Taylor Park Trailhead, 3720 Clare Ave, 37208
Cumberland River Greenway: Old Hickory Dam Greenway
1.5 miles, paved
Trail through mature trees that includes a boardwalk and a wetland observation platform along Old Hickory Lake.
Cinder Road, Old Hickory, TN 37138
Ft. Negley Historic Park
.5 miles, walking
A paved loop trail, boardwalks and interpretive signs enable visitors to tour this historic site, the largest inland stone fort built during the Civil War.
1100 Fort Negley Blvd., 37203
Hamilton Creek Park
10 miles, mountain biking
Hamilton Creek Park contains Nashville’s only dedicated mountain biking trails – a “novice” loop on the east side of Bell Road, and an “advanced” loop on the west side (connected by a tunnel under Bell Road). There is also a BMX track.
2901 Bell Rd Nashville, TN 37217
Harpeth River Greenway: Harpeth Youth Soccer Association
0.6 miles, paved
Loop accessible through the Harpeth Youth Soccer Association parking lot (but only when the soccer complex is open) across scenic Harpeth River bridge to forested loop trail.
7820 Coley Davis Road, 37221
Harpeth River Greenway: Warner Park to Morton Mill
7.3 miles, paved
Accessible from two trailheads inside Edwin Warner Park, trail follows the Little Harpeth and Harpeth Rivers. Plans are in place to eventually connect to the HYSA section.
Butlers Field Trailhead, Little Harpeth River Picnic Areas access road, two roads south from 50 Vaughn Road, 37221
Woolwine Trailhead, 7311 Highway 100, 37221
Exchange Club, 621 McPherson Drive, 37221
Morton Mill Trailhead, 940 Morton Mill Road, 37221
Mill Creek Greenway: Blue Hole Road Section
1.8 miles, paved
Trailhead parking at Antioch Community Center, this gentle path loops around Antioch Middle School and follows Mill Creek northwest to turnaround.
5023 Blue Hole Road, Antioch, 37013
Mill Creek Greenway: Mill Creek Park
1.8 miles, paved
Trail on 70 acres of pastoral park land located on Sunnywood Drive at the terminus of the Lenox Village community, nestled in a large bend of Mill Creek with 1.5 miles of creek frontage.
Trailhead at the end of Sunnywood Drive, 37211
Peeler Park and Greenway
4 miles, paved; 3.5 miles, primitive; 8 miles, equestrian
Trails along the Cumberland River and gently rolling farmland with long vistas, tree-lined open fields and woods in this 643-acre park in Neely’s Bend.
2043 Neely’s Bend Road, Madison, 37115
Percy and Edwin Warner Parks
12 miles, primitive
Percy and Edwin Warner Parks include 2,808 acres. Percy Warner contains hiking trails as well as 10 miles of equestrian bridle paths.
Edwin Warner Park, separated from Percy Warner by Old Hickory Blvd, has its own set of hiking trails, as well as Warner Parks Nature Center. Edwin Warner hosts two trailheads that are the starting points of the Harpeth River Greenway system. The two parks are connected by a trail that crosses Old Hickory Blvd.
50 Vaughn Road, 37221
7311 Highway 100, 37221
Radnor Lake State Natural Area
6 miles, primitive
1,300 Acre natural area with primitive and paved trails.
1160 Otter Creek Rd, Nashville, 37215
Richland Creek Greenway
4 miles, paved
Looped path in the Sylvan Park neighborhood connecting golf, community center and shopping.
Old White Bridge Trailhead, 230 Kenner Ave. N, 37205
White Bridge Road Trailhead, 22 White Bridge Road, 37205
Lion’s Head Trailhead, 26 White Bridge Road, 37205
Neighborhood Connector, 4617 Sloan Road, 37209
Wyoming Trailhead, 101 46th Ave. N., 37209
Richland Creek Greenway: England Park
1 mile, paved
Trail loops easily through maturely treed park and playground.
Seven Mile Creek Greenway
0.6 miles, paved
Gentle trail follows Seven Mile Creek south from Whitfield Park. Additional 2 mile walking trail available at Ellington Agricultural Complex next door.
Whitfield Park, 5301 Edmondson Pike, 37204
Shelby Bottoms Park and Greenway
15.27 miles, paved; 6.53 miles primitive
Mostly along the Cumberland River, trail starts from the Shelby Bottoms Nature Center and runs 3 miles to the Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge, linking to the Stones River Greenway as part of the Music City Bikeway. Several spurs lead into the East Nashville neighborhoods bordering the park encompassing 960 acres.
Main Trailhead, 1900 Davidson Street, 37206
Forrest Green Trailhead, 2032 Forrest Green Drive, 37216
Cooper Creek Trailhead, 2544 McGinnis Drive, 37216
Neighborhood Connector, 995 Shadow Lane, 37206
Neighborhood Connector, 2692 Fortland Drive, 37206
Stones River Greenway
10.2 miles, paved
Trail system connecting Shelby Bottoms to Percy Priest Dam and linking to the YMCA on Lebanon Road, Heartland Park, and Two Rivers Park.
Percy Priest Dam, 3734 Bell Road, 37214
Heartland Park Trailhead, 3135 Heartland Drive, 37214
YMCA Trailhead, 3001 Lebanon Rd, 37214
Two Rivers Park, Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge, 3114 McGavock Pike, 37214
Stones River Greenway: Alta Lake Greenway
.07 miles, paved
Trail connecting residential communities and the Percy Priest Lake recreation area.
3809 Dodson Chapel Road, 37076
Whites Creek Greenway: Hartman and Mullins Parks
1 mile, paved at Hartman; .92 miles, paved at Mullins
Trail extends from Hartman Park to Clarksville Pike. Mullins Park section provides additional trail accessed from trailhead on West Hamilton Road, making a loop around the 30 acre site which will eventually connect to Hartman section.
Hartman Park Trailhead, 2801 Tucker Rd, 37218
Mullins Park Trailhead, 4001 West Hamilton Rd, 37218
Whites Creek Greenway: Fontanel
.08 mile, paved; 2 miles, primitive
Multi-use trail along the side of Whites Creek that connects to 2 miles of woodland hiking trails over the ridge of Fontanel Mansion through the 186 acre property. With the recent addition of 15 acres on the south end, the trail will connect along the creek to the Whites Creek Community Garden.
4225 Whites Creek Pike, 37189
PDF Maps made possible with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Piedmont Natural Gas Foundation.