Outdoor Education in Warner Parks
For schools, universities, and students of all ages
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Together, Friends of Warner Parks and the Warner Parks Nature Center Give Nashville So Many Rich Ways to Learn and Explore
WPNC is a Metro Parks of Nashville-Davidson County-operated environmental education center. Family-friendly and admission-free, it offers free programs, school field trips and high school labs, outdoor recreation programs and activities, resources for organic gardening and native plant landscaping, and public events throughout the year for individuals, groups, and people of all ages.
Youth- and young adult-focused education programs made possible in partnership with WPNC and Metro Parks
Field Trips & Camps
Outdoor education opportunities for schools, scouts, university researchers, and more.
A variety of outdoor events and activities to explore the wonders of nature with WPNC staff
Individual and group opportunities to get your hands dirty preserving and protecting Warner Parks
Nature Center Info
7311 Highway 100
Nashville, TN 37221
Tues-Sat: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sun- Mon: Closed
General Nature Center Rules
- Free admission and programs for families, adults, and children year-round
- Pets allowed; must be on 6 foot or shorter leash
- No collecting of plant, fungi, wildlife, or other natural or historic items allowed without permit from Metro Parks
- 15 MPH bike/pedestrian speed limit on Greenway
- Bike on paved trails only
- 15 MPH vehicle speed limit on park roads
- Motorized vehicles not permitted on Greenway or Old Roadway trails
- Camping not permitted in parks
- No alcohol, drugs, or firearms allowed in parks at any time
- No hunting or trapping permitted
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