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Edwin and Percy Warner Parks

7311 Highway 100, Nashville, TN 37221-3003
+1 615-370-8051
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Promenading the Park

Nashville was left acres of woodland by these generous men. Both parks are lovely, actually they... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Miles of mostly paved walkways amidst lush forest.

Miles of mostly paved walkways amidst lush forest make this a peaceful getaway on your visit to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Savannah Georgia
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  • Excellent78%
  • Very good17%
  • Average3%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
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“nature center” (25 reviews)
“hiking trails” (17 reviews)
“great trails” (9 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
7311 Highway 100, Nashville, TN 37221-3003
+1 615-370-8051
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Nashville was left acres of woodland by these generous men. Both parks are lovely, actually they are joined. Each season is open to walkers, joggers and bikers. The entrance of the park has a 1.5, a 5.9 or an ll mile walk or run. Deer...More

Thank impalawoman
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Miles of mostly paved walkways amidst lush forest make this a peaceful getaway on your visit to Nashville (also near Lovelace Cafe if you feel the need to walk off some biscuits!). Small amount of bike traffic though they are more afraid of you than...More

Thank SavannahYankee
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This park has some nice paved trails, but have fun trying to find it. It seems that they don't mark their parks or sites very well. No signage for most parks in the area. I suppose it keeps the tourists out.

Thank dancingdentist60189
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Spend an hour walking to grounds of this historic fort and you get a sense of history while taking in a picturest view of Nashville...

Thank Joseph8383
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were surprised to find that much of the road system was blocked off for use by hikers and bikers. Many of the side trails are marked to horses only. For first time visitors, we found it somewhat confusing.

Thank Birdguy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Both Edwin Warner and Percy Warner Parks are gems of the Nashville area. There are miles of beautiful trails streams up-and-down hiking and you can take your dog. I have seen deer, non-venomous snakes, millipedes, butterflies, Spring flowers, lichen, amazing huge oak trees and lots...More

Thank AllisonCW
Reviewed 24 April 2017

A local park with various well kept trails (both paved & unpaved). Trails are also well marked. Lots of shade on main 2.5 mile loop with hilly elevation. Pet friendly. Only downside is that on a nice day it can be crowded for those seeking...More

Thank SantiagoTravelCo
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Clean and well marked trails. Suitable for all levels of fitness. Children would enjoy this park too. There is ample parking.

Thank Carol R
Reviewed 12 April 2017

definitely worth exploring and hiking in. these parks are huge and gorgeous. a must see if you like the outdoors! also, a nice break if you're in the middle of doing all the touristy things in town. enjoy!

Thank Claudia C
Reviewed 29 March 2017

This is a very nice park however I like more wooded, nature paths versus roads. Very easy parking, lots of walkers and bike riders. Nice park but just not really our style.

Thank lthrel
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Hi there. I will be visiting Nashville in early November and was hoping to get some Fall foliage photos. Is the first weekend in November past peak for the park or will there still be some leaves on the trees? (I know it varies each year, but just thought maybe you had a feel for it.) Thanks! Jen
10 July 2015|
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Response from Arvilla F | Reviewed this property |
I think the best time to go would be mid / late October if you want the full fall color. There might still be some color left in November -- that would depend on how much rain and wind they've had though. Hope you get to... More