Warner Parks in The New York Times

Roadway in the fall

A Most Vibrant Season is Upon Us

Our Sanctuary In the City was featured on a national scale in a recent article published by The New York Times. 

As the article suggests, Fall is in fact a most vibrant season in Nashville, and there is no better place to experience it than our beloved Warner Parks. 

Consisting of over 60 miles paved roadways, primitive trails, and bridle paths – there is something for everyone throughout Percy and Edwin Warner Parks. In addition to abundant adventuring around the Warner Park Nature Center Campus!

Leaves, persimmons, acorns and more are beginning to fall, and the deer continue to forage – and make frequent cameos on the trails! Resident and migratory birds alike are busy with winter preparations, as are the squirrels and chipmunks scurrying all about. 

The mornings are cool, and the rays of sun a warming walk mid-day. 

Read the full NYT article here; plot your next hike – and when you feel inspired – help us #ProtectWarnerParks by becoming a member, making a donation, or volunteering today.

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