Few People Know The Highest Point In Nashville Is In Radnor Lake State Park

Nashville is known for its location in the midst of the expansive Cumberland Plateau. It’s a city of hills, not mountains, though the rolling expanse of the countryside makes up for the lack of craggy peaks with stunning fields of rustling grasses. Since the elevation of Nashville is full of highs and lows, most folks aren’t too concerned about where the absolute highest point in the city is. But us? We went looking, and we found it tucked away in one of the most popular natural spots in the city: Radnor Lake.

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You can find out more about Radnor Lake State Park with a visit to the park’s official website.

Address: 1160 Otter Creek Rd, Nashville, TN 37220, USA