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Warner Parks Nature Center Nashville

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Warner Parks Nature Center
7311 Highway 100
Nashville
TN
37221
Tel: 615-352-6299

Where are we going today?

The Warner Park Nature Center is an environmental education and recreation facility of the Nashville Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, Bill Purcell, Mayor. The Nature Center is a place where people and nature come together.
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    Beautiful park. Rustic trails single track, with few markers. Keep your eyes open for the paint flashes on trees. Paved roads are thoroughfare only; Park at the main entrances and lots! No spots to park within the park. Barely 2 lane. A handful of roadside picnic tables; single table, single car spot. Lovely drive though, at 10-20mph.

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    AWESOME!!!

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    Warner Park is Nashville's greatest treasure.

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    Great place to run or hike. Word of warning though, do your homework! If you're not familiar with the park, it's very easy to get lost in it. Though that's not necessarily a bad thing if you've got plenty of time (and energy) to explore!

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    i adore this place. such a good place to just get lost.

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