Edwin and Percy Warner Parks, Nashville

4.8
#8 of 17 in Parks in Nashville
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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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  • We must have taken the wrong trails. Everyone else loves these trails, but we weren’t very excited about them. None of them are marked, so you just need to take a picture of the map at the beginning so you know where to turn. I’m sure if you were going here for pure exercise or if you live in the city, this would be better for you. We decided to do the trail to the scenic overlook but there was nothing there. Steps went up to a bench that overlooked...the other side of the path. Maybe there used to be a nice overlook but now the trees were all grown up. We did enjoy the butterflies here.
  • Trained for 2 half marathons here. There is a bridge here that has been coned off for a couple months. I seriously love this place and enjoy all of the runs I have here. There are bathrooms, water fountains and joins multiple trails. Never bored if I come here!
  • Solid place to just take a stroll in trails (with your pup! It’s dog friendly!). I also take people driving through here to just show the wooded beauty of Tennessee. My reason for 4 vs 5 star is that the pedestrians have a rather tough time recognizing what a car is and that they’re walking in the middle of the road haha constant problem. Aside from that, it’s a great park! Those stairs are challenging for sure.
  • I can’t tell you how much I love this park. It’s a hidden gem in Nashville. The Warner Park system is huge, and you can run and hike its trails for years and never get tired. Percy Warner: White trail- easy 2.5 miles trail. A little crowded, but get a great taste of the park and takes you by the stone staircase Red trail- more difficult 4.5 mile trail (feels like 6 miles especially on a hot day) and has about 7 large hills you can conquer (pass out on). I love to take my mountain bike on the trails too, and they are actually great trails built by actual bikers. Jumps, rocks, ledges, you name it. Wait two days after it rains though. Edwin warner: Trails are much shorter, and I’d recommend this park more if you have going kids, Percy is a little too tough. Also, Edwin has the Nature Center which is fun to take kids into. The rangers are super smart and helpful.
  • Really good experience here. Nice environment and the people that work here are very friendly and will take good care of you . I highly recommend spending your hard earned time here enjoying the scenery.. you won't regret it. You got to try this place out today

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