Places to Get Outside and Experience The Land Trust for Tennessee’s Impact
Being out in open space offers tremendous benefits, especially in times of uncertainty. The last months have offered an important reminder that we are a part of nature, not apart from it.
Here is a sampling of places in which we’ve played a part, in each of the Three Grand Divisions (with more in the works!), that you may wish to visit.
Click on the name of the park for more information.
- Radnor Lake State Park and Natural Area, City of Oak Hill, Nashville
- Beaman Park, Nashville
- Mill Ridge Park, Antioch, Nashville
- Mill Creek Greenway, Antioch, Nashville
- Azafrán Park, Nashville
- The Park at Harlinsdale Farm, Franklin
- Eastern Flank Battlefield Park, Franklin
- Collins Farm, Franklin
- South Cumberland State Park
- Denny Cove
- Sherwood Forest
- Fiery Gizzard
- Burgess Falls State Park and Window Cliffs State Natural Area
- Rainbow Lake Trail, Signal Mountain
- Lakeshore Park, Knoxville
- The Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail State Park
- Shelby Farms Park, Memphis
To see a map of more places we have conserved across the state, click here.