Five Great Places to Walk and Hike in Nashville

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Steve Jolly, owner of and, shared tips on where to find the best places to walk and hike in Nashville, TN. The following five locations are Jolly’s top hiking and walking destinations in Nashville.

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For a great view of Nashville, climb to the top of the stairs in the section of Warner Park at the end of Belle Meade Blvd.

In this recent article, Steve Jolly looks at some of the wonderful parks and recreation areas located in and around Nashville. Speaking from experience, he shares with his readers the five best places to hike and enjoy outdoor activities in the area. As a local resident and outdoor enthusiast, Mr. Jolly explains in great detail the benefits of each location.

Warner Parks are listed as a favorite due to their vast size and multiple hiking trails. Mr. Jolly explains that the Warner Parks are actually two separate parks, yet they complement each other in every way. Located only nine miles outside of Nashville, these parks also have horse trails, picnic areas and two separate golf courses.

“For a great view of Nashville, climb to the top of the stairs in the section of Warner Park at the end of Belle Meade Blvd,” Jolly stated.

Randor Park is located about ten miles from downtown Nashville and is a smaller park. However, do not let the size fool you. Mr. Jolly reports that this park has a hiking circuit that is over four miles long, making it a challenge for any hiker.

Richland Creek Greenway, considered more of a city park, this tail system is located within four miles of downtown Nashville. Perfect for a quick hike, and then off to one of the nearby cafes for lunch.

Beaman Park is located is located on the edge of the Highland Rim. This spectacular park which is located in a very rural setting is one of the most beautiful hiking parks in the area. Due to its location, hikers can enjoy many different aspects of nature, including a waterfall.

Shelby Park is located right across the water from downtown Nashville. This park has a five mule long hiking trail and many different areas for outdoor activities. Known as Shelby Bottoms to the locals, this park also has two golf courses available for the enthusiast.

For additional information on these parks and links to more information, go to the article Best Places to Walk and Hike. Steve Jolly is one of the top Real Estate Brokers in the Greater Nashville Area and also owns

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