5 Magical Winter Hikes in Nashville

It's always hard to find fun things to do in the winter. Luckily, Nashville is home to some nearby hiking locations that are easy to do! 

(Most of them are flat terrain but always be careful in the winter with icy/wet conditions!)

Percy Warner Park

7311 TN-100

Over 600 acres of land, creeks and waterfalls all within 25 minutes of downtown Nashville!

Beaman Park

5911 Old Hickory Blvd

A little bit outside of town, near Whites Creek, is Beaman Park! A little less crowded a slightly more strenuous - so try this one if you're a more advanced hiker!

Long Hunter State Park

2910 Hobson Pike in Hermitage

Take a nice 5.5 mile walk around Percy Priest Lake and enjoy the peace and serenity. Plus you can fish too!

Montgomery Bell State Park

1020 Jackson Hill Rd in Burns

If you really hiking, the Montgomery Bell Trail is just over 10 miles of trails - perfect for moderate hikers! Want to make a (very cold) trip out of it? They have a campground on site!

Radnor Lake

1160 Otter Creek Rd

This one is just outside of Brentwood - if you're looking for a peaceful, quiet, less-than-3-miles walk, this is the location for you!

Get hikin', Nashville! Let's beat those winter blues!

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