Shelby Bottoms Greenway
The greenway features 10 miles of trails that take you through all sorts of GORGEOUSNESS - streams, riverfront, forests, etc. And the best part? Pets are allowed!
Harpeth River Greenway
If you're looking for a longer trail, the Harpeth River Greenway is a 6-mile trek that connects Edwin Warner Park and Harpeth River Park, so you can knock out the 12 miles of trails in those parks too!
Richland Creek Greenway
Now this one is totally new to me - I've never heard of it til today! The five-mile trail takes you through wooded areas, bridges, and of course, Richland Creek. As I creeped through Instagram photos from the greenway, I saw a TON of pictures of dogs, so it gets a 10/10 in my book.
Stones River Greenway
Mostly I just liked this one cause of this picture I found on Instagram, but apparently it connects Shelby Bottoms to Percy Priest Lake and the trail connects Heartland Park and Two Rivers Park so there's plenty of sightseeing along the trail!
If you're looking for a more rugged trail, Beaman Park looks like it might be the best pick for you! Its got a bunch of streams, gorgeous plant life and a freakin' waterfall!
Long Hunter State Park
Well, looks like mermaids exist here! Soooo basically this place is magical.