Support Greenways for Nashville

Since 1994, Greenways for Nashville has worked to create, preserve, and promote a system of greenways in Nashville and Davidson County.

Will you support the future of Nashville’s greenways?

 

 

 

What does Greenways for Nashville do?

 

Greenways for Nashville is a non-profit organization raising awareness of and private support for Nashville’s greenways initiative. We work in partnership with the Metro Parks Department and the Greenways and Open Space Commission to connect Nashville the green way.

E-Bike Report Jan 2022

 

 

This fall on Thursday, October 6, Greenways for Nashville
will host our sixteenth annual
Dinner by the Bridge.

Click here for more information.

Are Electric Bicycles Allowed on Nashville’s Greenways?

Yes, Class 1 and Class 2 Electric Bikes are permitted on Nashville’s Greenways.

 

A two-part recommendation from the Greenways and Open Space Commission was approved by the Metro Board of Parks and Recreation meeting on Tuesday, March 1, 2022.

 

The 212-page report can be accessed at Greenways E-bike Access Research and Survey Findings.

 

Click here to learn more about Metro’s Evaluation of E-bikes the Greenways.

 

 

E-Bike Report Jan 2022

Nashville’s Greenways on Tennessee Crossroads

 
Nashville’s Greenways were recently featured on Nashville Public Television’s award winning show, Tennessee Crossroads. Watch now to see amazing aerial views and rolling footage of some of our favorite greenways. You’ll also hear the latest from our Executive Director, Amy Crownover, as well as Metro Park’s Greenways Director, Cindy Harrison.
 
We’re grateful to host, Joe Elmore, and the Tennessee Crossroads team for so brilliantly capturing the essence of what we love about the greenways.

Nashville’s Greenways Map

 

Your personal guide to Nashville’s nearly 100 miles of greenways is available online and in printed form at locations around town including Metro Parks’ Nature Centers, Community Centers, and Golf Courses.