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Radnor Lake State Park, Nashville

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Get in touch with nature at Radnor Lake State Park, an extensive green space within the city limits. Stop by the park's visitor center and view its array of exhibits and interpretive displays which elaborate on the natural and human history of the area, its cultural significance, and its animal residents. Afterward, hit the trail and wander through the network of unpaved pathways crisscrossing and circling the lake's forested surroundings, totaling nearly 10 km (6 mi). Keep your eyes peeled for some of the native animals, including muskrats, coyotes, river otters, and owls. Add Radnor Lake State Park and other attractions to your Nashville trip itinerary using our Nashville itinerary maker.
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  • Surprised at first, getting into the parking lot congested. This is where parking is less that is why many people congregate. I walked slowly around the Lake. You can enjoy a different look from different angles. Also, encounter wild animals in the forest. Worked 1 week weekend walk this site is the best.
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  • Great hidden park that has multiple hiking trails fit for all levels of hikers. Usually, you see some type of animal while hiking the trails. Very pretty. 
  • Despite being a rainy day, the ride was very nice, with a group of deer included watching. Interesting infrastructure for a day to the are free
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