Individual Maps

Explore Nashville’s greenways through individual maps with park and trail information!

Looking for a specific greenway trail? This page provides links to the individual trail maps we supply, organized by park/greenway. Select your park/greenway below to discover mileage, trailhead addresses, and download a PDF of the individual trail map.

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Available Individual Trail Maps Listed Below (Alphabetical):

440 Greenway at Elmington Park/Centennial Park

440 Greenway
1.25 miles, paved

A 1.25 mile long trail paralleling I-440 that links Elmington Park to Centennial Park and the Metro Parks Headquarters. This is the first of a 7 mile corridor along I-440 that will provide green space recreation and meaningful transportation options while connecting numerous neighborhoods that are currently divided by interstates 40 and 440.

Elmington Park: 3531 West End Ave
Park Plaza: 2565B Park Plaza

PDF Map: 440 Greenway at Elmington Park/Centennial Park

Beaman Park

Beaman Park
5 miles, hiking

One of the most botanically diverse places in Tennessee, this 2,371-acre park in northwestern Davidson County features unpaved hiking trails and boardwalks in a natural Highland Rim forest. The Beaman Park Nature Center provides a hub from which to explore a hilly landscape with narrow hollows and pristine streams.

Beaman Park Nature Center: 5911 Old Hickory Blvd
Creekside: 4255 Little Marrowbone Rd
Highland: 4255 Little Marrowbone Rd

PDF Map: Beaman Park
Beaman Hiking Trails

Bells Bend Park

Bells Bend Park
7.4 miles, hiking; 5.5 miles, mountain biking

This 808-acre park of pastoral, gently rolling farmland is located in an arc of the Cumberland River known as Bells Bend. The Bells Bend Nature and Outdoor Center is its focal point, with much of the hiking trails following old farm roads that were associated with the site’s historic 1842 Buchanan House.

Outdoor Center: 4187 Old Hickory Blvd
Poplar Hollow: 4107 Old Hickory Blvd

PDF Map: Bells Bend Park
Bells Bend Hiking Trails

Brookmeade Greenway

Brookmeade Greenway
0.4 miles, paved

Paved trail leading to a historic Civil War site overlooking the Cumberland River.

Brookemeade: 7002 Charlotte Pike

PDF Map: Brookmeade Greenway

Alert: Brookmeade Greenway Closure Notice

Browns Creek Greenway at Browns Creek Park

Browns Creek Greenway at Browns Creek Park
.6 miles, paved

The Browns Creek Greenway at Browns Creek Park is located in the Battlemont neighborhood, featuring a loop among mature trees and landscape dotted with stone walls.

Browns Creek Park: 816 Park Terrace Dr.

PDF Map: Browns Creek Greenway at Browns Creek Park

Browns Creek Greenway at Fair Park

Browns Creek Greenway at Fair Park
.3 miles, paved

The Browns Creek Greenway at Fair Park is the first completed trail segment of a conceptual plan extending from the Melrose area northward toward the Cumberland River. Notable features of this project are a dogpark, a picnic pavilion (or two), four multi-purpose fields, and the restored riparian border along this segment of Browns Creek.

Fair Park: 2300 Bransford Ave

PDF Map: Browns Creek Greenway at Fair Park

Cumberland River Greenway

Cumberland River Greenway
10.2 miles, paved

The Cumberland River Greenway follows the winding course of the Cumberland River through downtown Nashville. Most of the trail lies on the west/south bank of the river, running from Ted Rhodes Park to the Nissan Stadium, providing views of the river along the way. Users can also access Morgan Park and Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, each via a short spur. Despite the urban setting, the rivers natural features are still in evidence, and the greenway visits historic sites and some fascinating installations of public art.

Crooked Branch Park: 116 Ray Ave
Riverfront Park: 170 1st Ave N
Morgan Park: 411 Hume Street
MetroCenter Levee: 102 Great Circle Rd
Freeland Station: 766 Freeland Station Rd
Ted Rhodes Park: 2015 Ed Temple Blvd

*PDF Map Coming Soon

Harpeth River Greenway

Harpeth River Greenway
9.2 miles, paved

The Harpeth River Greenways features a winding rural trail along the beautiful Harpeth River, a designated State Scenic River. The greenway is accessible from two trailheads inside Edwin Warner Park and continues for 8.6 miles including a boardwalk overlooking the river. The trail resumes for a 0.6 mile loop at the Harpeth Youth Soccer Association. The greenway consists of  6 segments:

Harpeth Youth Soccer Association Segment: .6 miles
Paved loop accessible through the Harpeth Youth Soccer Association parking lot (but only with the soccer complex is open).

Morton Mill Segment: 1.4 miles
Paved trail with boardwalk overlooking the Harpeth River. Future plans are to connect it with the Harpeth Youth Soccer Association segment.

Morton Mill to Bellevue Exchange Club Segment: 2.6 miles
Paved trail connecting these 2 trailheads and a walk-up connection on Harpeth Bend Drive.

Warner Park to Bellevue Exchange Club Segment: 2.4 miles
Accessible from two trailheads inside Edwin Warner Park, this 2.4 miles paved trail follows the Little Harpeth and Harpeth Rivers through the Ensworth High School campus to Bellevue Exchange Club Complex.

Riverwalk Greenway: 1.7 miles
Paved trail along the Harpeth River in the Riverwalk subdivision.

Harpeth Springs: .5 miles
Paved trail along the Harpeth River bordering Harpeth Springs Drive.

Harpeth Youth Soccer Association: 7820 Coley Davis Rd
Morton Mill Road Access:
940 Morton Mill Rd
Morton Mill:
7600 Old Harding Pike
Bellevue Exchange Club:
621 McPherson Dr
1537 Bending River Dr
Harpeth Springs: 3511 Harpeth Springs Dr
Harpeth Golf Center Parking Lot: 7629 Old Harding Pike
Butlers Field: 98 Vaughn Rd
Woolwine: 7311 Highway 100

Mill Creek Greenway

Mill Creek Greenway
9.8 miles, paved

The Mill Creek Greenway follows Mill Creek, a stream that meanders from its source near Nolensville across southeaster Davidson County before giving its waters to the Cumberland River opposite Shelby Bottoms. The creek corridor runs alongside both developed and channelized areas, existing as a haven for a variety of wildlife that can be observed from the greenway. The greenway consists of six segments:

Whitsett Park Segment: 1.2 miles
Trail with creek access, connecting a playground and picnic pavilion to open space and a community garden.

Ezell Park Segment: 1.3 miles
Trail that includes access to the creek.

Blue Hole Road Segment: 1.8 miles
Trail linking Antioch Community Center with Antioch Middle School.

Rivendell Segment: 1.0 miles
Loop along the creek in the Rivendell subdivision.

Orchard Bend Park/Mill Creek Park Segment
Orchard Bend Park: 2.5 miles
Trail that connects the greenway trail at Mill Creek Park to soccer fields and playground at Orchard Bend Park, creek access at the Pettus Road bridge and Thurgood Marshall Middle/A.Z. Kelley Elementary School campuses.

Mill Creek Park: 2.0 miles
Trail along the creek connecting several neighborhoods to the new segment linking to Orchard Bend Park.

Whitsett Park: 379 Wimpole Dr
Ezell Park: 5135 Harding Pl
Blue Hole Road: 5023 Blue Hole Rd
Rivendell: 5565 Hickory Park Dr
Orchard Bend: 5605 Pettus Rd
Pettus Road Access: 5839 Pettus Rd
Chandler Cove Access: 3539 Chandler Cove Way
Old Hickory Blvd.: 14354 Old Hickory Blvd
Mill Creek Park: 6691 Sunnywood Dr

PDF Map: Mill Creek Greenway – Orchard Bend Park/Mill Creek Park and Mill Creek Greenway at Rivendell 

PDF Map: Mill Creek Greenway at Blue Hole Road

Peeler Park and Greenway

Peeler Park and Greenway
3.7 miles, paved; 3.5 miles, hiking; 8.3 miles equestrian

Peeler Park is a large pastoral park tucked away at the end of a long curve in the Cumberland River known as Neely’s Bend. Its bucolic farmland setting on the river features a 3.7-mile paved, multi-use path, equestrian trails, a public boat launch with associated truck and trailer parking, and an airfield for remote-controlled planes. Peeler Park encompasses 636 acres of parkland.

Peeler Park: 2043 Neelys Bend Rd

Google Map

Percy and Edwin Warner Parks

Percy and Edwin Warner Parks 
26 miles, paved; 14.1 miles, hiking; 8.7 miles, equestrian; 7.2 miles, mountain biking

Percy and Edwin Warner Parks, at 3,100 acres, form one of the largest municipal parks in Tennessee, and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Percy Warner, the larger of the two parks, contains an extensive network of hiking trails as well as 8.7 miles of equestrian paths. Horse enthusiasts may also appreciate the unique Steeplechase racecourse, which hosts the annual Iroquois Steeplechase. Picnic shelters scattered throughout the parks’s hills and hollows provide a bucolic setting for social events or family get-togethers. Two public golf courses (Percy Warner and Harpeth Hills) are within the park grounds. 26 miles of roads and multi-use trails run through the park, with a 5-mile loop dedicated to bikes and pedestrians only. The historic entrance at the end of Belle Meade Blvd leads straight to a set of impressive stone steps known as “The Allee” and serves as a nice jumping-off point for exploring the park’s rugged topography.

Edwin Warner Park, separated from Percy Warner by Old Hickory Blvd, has its own set of hiking trails, as well as Metro Park’s flagship Warner Parks Nature Center. Edwin Warner is home to 9 reservable picnic areas, a dog park and the Old Roadway, a multipurpose trail which is closed to motor vehicles. The park 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.

Percy Warner Park: 7311 Hwy 100
Edwin Warner Park: 50 Vaughn Rd

*PDF Map Coming Soon

Richland Creek Greenway

Richland Creek Greenway

The Richland Creek Greenway runs along Richland Creek, a recovering urban stream located in Sylvan Park and the Nations. The greenway offers an outdoor experience that connects the neighborhoods of Sylvan Park and Cherokee Park. The meandering trail and scenic creek crossings also connect users with shopping centers, entertainment areas, and schools. The greenway consists of three segments:

West Park: 1.1 miles
Paved trail loop located in and around West Park.

England Park: 1.0 miles
Paved segment reconnecting neighborhoods north of I-40 to shopping centers and the West Police Precinct on Charlotte Pike.

McCabe Park: 4.1 miles
4.1 miles of paved trail connecting McCabe Park and the Sylvan Park neighborhood with shopping centers along White Bridge Pike and Harding Roade, and Nashville State Community College. Rail history buffs will want to stop at the White Bridge Road trailhead, where this a historical marker for Dutchman’s Curve, the site of the Great Train Wreck of 1918, one of the worst rail accidents in the country’s history.

West Park
West Park:
6105 Morrow Rd
England Park
England Park: 811 Delray Dr
West Precinct: 5500 Charlotte Pike
McCabe Park
Old White Bridge (Publix): 230 Kenner Ave N
White Bridge Road: 22 White Bridge Rd
Lion’s Head (Target): 26 White Bridge Rd
Wyoming: 5215 Wyoming Ave


Seven Mile Creek Greenway & Ellington Agricultural Center

Seven Mile Creek Greenway & Ellington Agricultural Center
0.6 miles, paved; 2.3 miles, hiking

The 259-acre Ellington Agricultural Center located adjacent to the Seven Mile Creek Greenway, a paved trail beginning at Whitfield Park, has been the headquarters for the Tennessee Department of Agriculture since 1958. The grounds, a popular site for birding, are home to the Tennessee Agricultural Museum as well as 2.3 miles of unpaved paths showcasing best practices in landscape preservation.

Whitfield Park: 5301 Edmondson Pike

Google Map

Shelby Bottoms Park and Greenway

Shelby Bottoms Park and Greenway
9.7 miles, paved; 6.6 miles, hiking

The Shelby Bottoms Nature Center marks the entrance to the Shelby Bottoms Greenway and Nature Park, a 950-acre floodplain preserve along the Cumberland River that features relatively flat, paved multi-use greenway trails and unpaved paths, including overlooks and an observation platform for studying the local ecosystem. The tremendous Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge connects the Shelby Bottoms Greenway to the Stones River Greenway. The Nature Center is also a location of a Nature Play area for children.

Shelby Park is adjacent to Shelby Bottoms, and is one of the earliest parks in the Metro Parks system. Shelby Park began in 1909 as a 151-acre purchase of land. Combined with Shelby Bottoms, to total amount of green space is over 1,200 acres.

Shelby Park includes a baseball and softball facilities, a special events field, picnic areas, a dog park, Sevier Lake (which is a popular spot for fishing), a riverside boat ramp, a community center, and two public golf courses  – the 18-hole Shelby Park Golf Course and the 9-hole Vinny Links. 

Shelby Park: 1900 Davidson St
Forrest Green: 2031 Forrest Green Dr

Google Map

Stones River Greenway

Stones River Greenway
10 miles, paved; 0.6 miles, hiking
Alta Lake Segment: 0.7 miles

The Stones River Greenway consists of a paved greenway trail system connecting Shelby Bottoms to the J. Percy Priest Dam Trailhead and dog park, as well as linking to the Lebanon Road YMCA, Heartland Park, Heartland River Access and the Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge.  You will also pass Ravenwood Park and Two Rivers Park, with its own popular dog park, along the way.

Trailhead Locations: 
J. Percy Priest Dam: 3778 Bell Rd
Heartland Park: 3135 Heartland Dr
Two Rivers Park: 3130 McGavock Pike
Wave Country: 2320 Two Rivers Parkway
Kohl’s: 2330 Jackson Downs Blvd
Stone Hall: 1014 Stones River Rd
Alta Lake: 3809 Dodson Chapel Rd

Google Map

Whites Creek Greenway: Hartman and Mullins Parks

Whites Creek Greenway: Hartman and Mullins Parks
2.5 miles, paved

This scenic greenway runs along Whites Creek, connecting Hartman Park and Community Center with Joseph Brown Mullins Park and 180 acres of park open space. A neighborhood paved walkup connector is provided at the end of Drakewood Ln. Picnic shelters and trailheads are located at both parks with the trail terminating in a loop at Mullins Park.

Hartman Park: 2801 Tucker Rd
Mullins Park: 4001 West Hamilton Rd


Whites Creek Greenway: Fontanel

Whites Creek Greenway: Fontanel
1.5 miles, paved; 1.8 miles, hiking

Scenic trails at the heart of a rural historic district that includes a music, entertainment, and lodging venue.

Fontanel: 4225 Whites Creek Pike

Google Map