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From Trees to Trails to Tours—So Many Ways to Enjoy the Warner Parks
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Acres of Wooded Hills, Open Meadows and Streams, Historic Structures, Sports Fields, and More
The beauty and wonder that is Warner Parks dates back to 1926, when Luke Lea donated 868 acres to the City of Nashville for a public park. Now a natural oasis just nine miles outside the city, the parks are comprised of many treasured historic landmarks that pre-date the parks themselves as well as tree-lined and paved trails, bridle paths, sports fields, golf courses, and the famed grounds of the Iroquois Steeplechase.
Miles of pet-friendly trails and paved roadways throughout the parks are perfect for walking, hiking, biking, and running.
From sports to leisure, there’s something for everyone throughout Warner Parks.
Free, guided, private and group tours allow visitors to experience the natural wonders and some extra special features within Warner Parks.
Athletic fields, picnic shelters, and special spaces throughout the parks can be reserved for sporting events, private gatherings, weddings, and other special occasions.
Open 365 days a year
From sunrise to 11:00 p.m.
Metro Park Police
Call to report suspicious activity or an emergency.
There are no restrooms on the trails or in the interior of the Parks. Remember to utilize facilities beforehand.
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