Edwin and Percy Warner Parks, Nashville

4.8
#8 of 16 in Parks in Nashville
To make a picnic shelter reservation, call (615) 862-8408. Reservations can be made Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (noon).

Mountain bike trails are maintained by Outdoor Nashville. Please visit their page for maps, closures, and more.
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  • I live between three parks: Radnor Lake and the Edwin/Warner Parks. All three parks are filled with nice trails and scenic views. When given a choice I travel a little further and go to Percy Werner P...  more »
  • Take a drive...get out of downtown and explore beyond Lower Broadway. Just drive away from the river...stop off and explore Vanderbilt's beautiful campus...then Centennial Park...on to Belle Meade Man...  more »
  • This is an excellent area to run/jog in the southwest side of Nashville. It has beautiful scenery and hills which make for a great work out.  more »
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  • Was in town for business and decided to stay the weekend. It was a warm fall day so found this park not too far from downtown. It was easy to get to and lots of space for parking. The trails were very well marked, with detailed maps at the trail heads. There are paved pathways which look great for easy walking especially with strollers but I mostly stayed on the unpaved paths that wind through the hills. The paths were very well marked and less traveled so made for some nice quiet hiking. Wildlife is obviously accustomed to hikers as I spotted a few deer only a few feet from the path. They did not startle and were easy to approach and take photographs. Beautiful park, glad I took the time to visit it when I was there.
  • This park is amazing. There are places to play games in the field, trails to hike, and some amazing historical steps to check out. I've gone here since I was a kid and it is still one of my favorite parks in Nashville. Good for all ages. Usually parking available. At the end of Belle Meade Blvd. There are good walking and biking trails as well as short and long hiking trails. They feel very secluded, which I love.
  • Such a good natural space so close to the city. I volunteer at the parks and know all the hard work that goes into maintaining the trails. The trails are in very good condition considering how many visitors pass through. And even though there are so many people who take advantage of this place, there has been a lot of thought into how to not make it feel crowded. Truly a sanctuary from the city.
  • By far my favorite place in Nashville. Not an exaggeration. The place is full of nature. It’s a foresty mountain kind of park. There are many trail for hiking, jogging and cycling. But also, you can drive through the slopes with your car, so it has a car trail as well. And the best part about driving is that every once in while you’ll hit a road division, and it depends on your choice to make this nature journey shorter or longer. Love this place. The pictures I’m uploading were taking in the fall, so the trees are kinda naked which doesn’t give this place justice.
  • Perfect nature park!! Went on a short hike easily with kids. There is no actual play Structure but there is a "Nature play area" which is full of mud so if you come with kids, dress for a mess! The Nature center is also very cool, it is under a remodel right now but it is usually very nice, again if you plan to come with kids then definitely come when it's open!

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