Edwin Warner Park

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Summary

A local favorite, Edwin Warner is accessible and subtly scenic, and provides great views of the Nashville city skyline.

Written by

Bill Bailey

Destination Distance From Downtown

9.9 miles

Difficulty

3 of 5 diamonds

3

Time To Complete

1/2 hour to 3 hours

Seasonality

Year-round

Dog Friendly

Yes

Fees Permits

NA

Land Website

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Review

Founded in 1927, Edwin Warner Park, smaller than adjacent Percy Warner Park offers a variety of trails for running, hiking, and biking. Cars can drive through the park as well, and during the fall, the foliage is truly beautiful. There are also equestrian trails, athletic fields, and 2 golf courses. Edwin Warner provides outdoor enthusiasts with wooded trails, wildflower meadows, creek crossings, and beautiful ridge line views of Nashville. Edwin Warner and Percy Warner Parks provide locals with arguably one of the country's most beautiful outdoor venues just minutes from downtown. Nashvillians love these parks, and they exemplify the beauty of Middle Tennessee's pastoral landscapes.

Location

Edwin Warner Park

7311 Hwy 100
Nashville, TN, 37221
36.061479, -86.906252

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