Surround Yourself With Fall Foliage At Radnor Lake, With An Easy 2-Mile Hike Near Nashville

Nashville is a beautiful place to spend a few hours in the city, but if you’re from Music City itself you may find yourself yearning for an influx of fall foliage without the trek to the mountains. No fear, Nashvillians! This autumn, head on over to Radnor Lake, where you can take the Lake Loop and indulge in an easy walk through the beauty of Middle Tennessee. There’s no reason to stick to those concrete streets. Nashville has a whole lot more to offer than honkytonks and Instagrammable restaurants, which means Radnor Lake should be at the top of your list.

Pretty amazing, don’t you think? You can find more information about Radnor Lake by way of the Tennessee State Park official website.

If you’re looking for more fun, make sure to check out Tennessee’s most infamous and haunted campground. Yikes!