Nashville’s green spaces hold key to its future success
We can’t talk about all that Nashville has to offer its natives, newcomers and visitors without acknowledging the majestic beauty of its parks, green spaces and waterways.
Hikes or walks in Edwin, Percy Warner, Shelby Park or Radnor Lake State Park, among others, can become spiritual experiences that awe you with Tennessee’s natural beauty.
Events at Centennial Park or Bicentennial Park bring out the best in our creative and musical community.
Amid the increasing residential and commercial development, Nashville’s cachet as a tourist destination and its history as “Music City,” the natural environment in Middle Tennessee is one of the region’s strongest assets.
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