Nashville December 11, 2016
If You Live Near Nashville, You’ll Want To Visit This Amazing Park This Winter
Radnor Lake is known for its great trails, for wonderful springtime walks and dates holding hands. But have you ever ventured out in the dead of winter…? Most folks think the outdoors are overrated during the chilly months – but we’re about to prove you wrong.
As a 1,332-acre park, you probably didn't think this sprawling natural area had so much SPACE right outside of Nashville.
There's an abundance of natural life, no matter the time of year, and it's one of the defining things about the state park.
Here you can see a bit of snow and frost - it paints Radnor Lake into a picture of absolute magic.
There are six miles of hiking trails that must be used STRICTLY for hiking. It's top priority to preserve the natural area for the use of you and yours for years to come.
Can we just take a moment to look at the stark tree branches against the sky? It's absolutely magic.
The air is clearer in the cold - it's true. Ask any pilot - and it really makes the beauty of the park stand out as a startling reality. Can you believe Nashville is only 20 minutes away...?
If you've never visited, we recommend you pop in to the Walter Criley Visitor Center. It's great for their interactive exhibits and educational events.
Radnor Lake, you pretty place, you. Filled to the brim with watery views and magical wood-bound walks. What a stunning spot to spend an afternoon. Ahem - or many. Many afternoons.
It’s beautiful, don’t you think? Here are a couple more pretty Tennessee winter spots.