Percy and Edwin Warner Parks comprise a 3,180 acre natural area park system just 9 miles from downtown Nashville. The Warner Parks are operated by the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation of Nashville and Davidson county. Take a look at our Winter Map for more information on things to do in the Parks this Fall.
Share your talent and time to make a positive difference in Warner Parks! There are abundant volunteer opportunities for people of all abilities and interests. Your efforts will mean the Parks are cleaner, safer, and better preserved for all to enjoy! Get involved: click here for more information.
More than a million visitors use and love Warner Parks each year, seeking beauty, adventure, and refuge. Friends of Warner Parks members and donors provide vital support to help protect and preserve this sanctuary in the city. See what people love—and how Friends help—in our new video.
Friends of Warner Parks has placed a high priority on the restoration of the park’s historical structures since the non-profit organization was established in 1987. Learn more about current and upcoming projects happening in Warner Parks.