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Edwin and Percy Warner Parks, Nashville

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Nature / Park
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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TripAdvisor
  • 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.  more »
  • We visited the Edwin Warner park on a Sunday afternoon. The park was packed with lots of people and lots of pets. There is plenty of overflow parking and we had no trouble getting on the footpath. The...  more »
  • We parked at the Deep Wells parking area and hiked the 4.5 Mossy Ridge, red trail. When we lived in the area, we would hike or run here weekly. Another option from this lot is the 2.5 white trail. Bot...  more »
Google
  • Visiting Nashville and wanted to get out of the city. Great hiking. I hiked the Mossy Ridge Trail (Red) from the Goucho Trailhead. Listed as moderately difficult I would agree. Lots of elevation changes, 4.5 miles plus 1 mile from where I parked. Rugged in many area especially up and down the hills.
  • The hike up the stairs and the view once you get up there is awesome. It is a great place to take photos. The loop when you get up there is a nice hike as well. Just make sure you know where you're going if you venture outside the loop. People have gotten lost out there before.
  • I went hiking the trails with a group guys and it was a blast. Challenging for novice like self but plenty of scenic stopping points for resting. We did our hike in the middle of winter and the trails were well tended and free of garbage.
  • Large area with different open spaces to choose from...can usually find a secluded spot if you want to feel like you aren't in a city
  • This is a beautiful pocket of nature in the heart of Nashville. Lots of miles of trails and roads (recently closed to traffic) which allows for people to cruise on bikes or strollers.