The Centennial Park Lake Trail Might Be One Of The Most Beautiful Short-And-Sweet Hikes To Take In Nashville
By Melissa Mahoney|Published November 29, 2021
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Centennial Park is an urban oasis situated close to downtown Nashville. You may think you have to head out of the city for great trails, but there is a beautiful hike in Nashville at this park you may want to try. Not everyone has the time to leave the city for a hike, so it’s a wonderful thing to have access to nature at Centennial Park. Here is a short-and-sweet trail, perfect to get some fresh air and a little bit of exercise without taking too much time:
Are you ready for this beautiful hike in Nashville? What’s your favorite hike in or around the city? Start a discussion in the comments. For a trail map, visit the Centennial Park Lake Trail webpage on AllTrails.
For a longer hike, try the 10-mile trail at Long Hunter State Park in the Hermitage neighborhood of Nashville.
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