Nashville’s parks create strategic edge for city

Nashville’s parks create strategic edge for city


After the final, late winter blast of snow and ice gave way to pouring sunshine and rising temperatures, much of Nashville sought therapy in a Metro Nashville park.

Whether your interest is running, hiking, walking, biking, golf or seeking quiet solitude in a beautiful, natural setting, Nashvilles parks have something for you. Our city parks and open spaces make an enormous contribution to physical and mental health, strengthen our neighborhoods and make Nashville an aesthetically attractive place.

Community parks, located in neighborhoods throughout the county, are anchors of culture, vibrancy, health and wellness, environmental preservation and social living. We love our parks and what they mean for enrichment, for ourselves and our city.

Image courtesy of Mike Nichols

Here is a list of homes int he 12 South area closed to snowy Sevier Park pictured above!

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