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Cumberland Park, Nashville

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • We spent a good couple of hours here are the splash park, with our little boy who's 3. He thoroughly enjoyed himself and it was great to see him having so much fun ! It was a great area for kids and a...  read more »
  • We were staying not too far from music row and the Ped Bridge to the other side of the river and this park was right there. The kids (9 & 11) had a good time exploring the park. They had a ton of fun ...  read more »
  • Love the location along the river. Gives a great view of the city as you are relaxing and the kids are playing. the city has done good with this place 
  • Great spot just across the pedestrian bridge from the downtown bustle. Only shortcoming is a lack of guaranteed free parking. During downtown or river events, nearby parking tends to become pay lots even for those just wanting to let the kids splash around in the fountains. But bathrooms are large, generally clean and the grounds are in general well laid out and lit in the evening.
  • Love this Park......the view of Att tower fantastic from many different spots...a great collection of native and wild flowers, butterfly and birds, along of greenway, free parking every body can enjoy the down town activities,.....beautiful designed stage for free concerts all kind......Absolutely amazing!....
  • This is a great park. If you're down at the stadium early for a Titans game or CMA Fest, it's worth checking out Cumberland Park. There's lots of trees with shade to be found which can't said of the stadium lots. You can find a bunch of picnic tables near the bridge. If you want a drink or a bathroom, you can find both at the edge of the park under the bridge.
  • Neat little plot of land. Our kid got excited right away because of the trains and tracks right by the parking. They have a nice splash pad with lots of Jet's and a couple of bear play areas. You can do everything here in like 2 to 3 hours.
  • Parking is a little confusing but the park is great for kids. The splash pad and water area is especially nice.
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