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Parken en natuur in Nashville

Other Great Outdoors
“Shelby Bottoms Nature Center at one end of the Greenway will connect you to the Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge on this 3 mile trek. Bring your walking shoes, bicycle or skates!”
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“Cheekwood is a 55-acre botanical garden and art museum located on the historic Cheek estate. Originally built as the home of Leslie and Mabel Cheek in 1929, Cheekwood is one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era estate. Since being converted into a museum of art and botanical garden in 1960, Cheekwood has presented world-class art exhibitions, spectacular gardens and an historic estate unlike anything else. Each year, Cheekwood welcomes over 225,000 visitors, making it one of the city’s top cultural attractions, with approximately 14,000 member households. Visitors enjoy family activities, programming for all ages and year-round festivals celebrating the four seasons. From 150,000 blooming bulbs in the spring to one million holiday lights in the winter, there’s always something to see at Cheekwood.”
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“Nice grassy park with Nashville's very own Parthenon, definitely check it out to see the gleaming gold statue of the goddess Athena. ”
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“Definitely visit while it’s still warm outside!! Beautiful views and satisfying sounds of pure nature. ”
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“Amazing active green space featuring a built-to-scale replica of the Parthenon in Greece”
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State / Provincial Park
“My personal favorite and preference. I’ve been hiking at Radnor Lake every Fall for 28 years and each time is like the very first. A stunning view of the lake with spectacular views along every trail...and there are a lot of trails to choose from. Please visit and take home from frame-worthy photos!”
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Monument / Landmark
“This picture does NOT do the park justice. Please walk down and explore it on a beautiful day. At any given time, you may randomly see historical reenactments like old time baseball games (in full costume), civil war exhibits / reenactments, and live music. Little ones will enjoy the splashpad on the far side of the park (bring a suit or change of clothes). Just past the splashpad is a giant stone map of Tennessee, easy to overlook under your feet as you walk towards James Robertson Pkwy. We frequently sit on the lawn with a picnic lunch or dinner - the view of the capital building is amazing! The granite walls all along the outside of the park tell Tennessee's history in digestible snippets. Visit the WWII memorial and find all the places you've visited on the giant rotating globe. Let the kids do their own play in the old world style amphitheater - or catch whatever show is happening!”
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“If you're looking to relax on the water to soak up some sun, this is the closest lake to Nashville.”
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Scenic Lookout
“Great view of downtown. Parklike area for a family picnic, and a great place to watch the New Year's and 4th of July Fireworks.”
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“One of the best places in Nashville to get photos of the city skyline. The park is on the bank of the Cumberland River next to Nissan Stadium and the pedestrian bridge. ”
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Water Park
“Visiting during the Tennessee heat? You can cool off at the Nashville Shores Water Park. A definite local favorite!”
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Dog Run
“Cool area to walk around with some art sculptures, a lake a land golf course.”
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“This is one of the closest local parks. It features really nice rolling hills, picnic areas (with pavilions), and a fairly empty disc golf course. Its low key place to relax, if you don't feel like heading into the city.”
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“Check out the historic Cumberland Riverfront that started it all here in Nashville. ”
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Botanical Garden
“Gigantic hotel with tons of stuff to do inside. Right next to The Grand Ole Opry.”
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“This is a beautiful park with access to the water and multiple great hiking paths. I love the Couchville Lake loop trail and also the Volunteer Trail Loop. Couchville Lake Loop is an easy, feat, paved walk while the the Volunteer is more moderate with elevation changes, some rocky areas and great views of Perch Priest Lake. ”
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