Nashville May 28, 2017
7 Little Known Swimming Spots Around Nashville That Will Make Your Summer Awesome
Finding a place to go swimming in Nashville (sometimes) proves to be a bit more difficult than we’d prefer. Where’s the best waterfall, can we visit for a weekend? Where should we go camping? We snagged our favorite articles about swimming and water play out near Music City, where you’re bound to find a beautiful place for your hot summer days. Let’s go exploring!
7. Did you know that Cookeville, Tennessee is
surrounded by stunning beauty?
Take a quick visit to Cookeville, one of our many Tennessee towns that is surrounded by beautiful foliage, rolling hills and waterways that could make you cry. Because they're so lovely, of course.
6. Rutledge Falls has some of the
most pristine water in the state.
Rutledge Falls is known across the state for its massive ode to Tennessee natural beauty, but this Tullahoma gem takes it to the next level: it's a wildly popular swimming hole. Please keep in mind that you will have to take safety measures with both you and your loved ones, because there are no lifeguards on duty. Be safe, have fun!
5. We also made a
waterfall weekend itinerary, just for you.
Looking for more than one waterfall to visit...? We made you a whole weekend itinerary, complete with a few places to eat and stay as you trek across Tennessee. Your long weekend just got a WHOLE lot better, if you ask us.
4. Here's a
no-hiking required waterfall guide, for all you folks that can't find the time to hang outside.
Not a hiker? That's okay! We totally get it, so here's an entire list of waterfalls you can get to with little or no hiking. You don't have to miss out on the fun because you value the comforts of life - it's all good, we helped you out!
3. Have you visited
this hidden beach right here in Music City?
This sliver of beach is located in Nashville, though not many folks know where it is. Click on through to find the time, location and all the fun you can have under the summer sun of Middle Tennessee.
2. This list of
Tennessee swimming holes is all you need for the summertime.
Is a swimming hole more your style? We have eight places scattered throughout the state that are great for a swimsuit and a picnic lunch. Again, make sure you take EVERY precaution when you're gallivanting out and about in the wilderness. Nature can be a wonderful friend, or the cruelest foe. Let's stick with the friend part, hey?
1. This gorgeous,
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The Little River at Townsend Wye is a popular spot to visit during the warmer months. It's not exactly a, "pool" per say, but it is one of the most enjoyable swimming spots in the state, if you're looking for somethin' with a little less chlorine and a little more natural beauty.
Once you’re done with your swimming adventures, a visit to this
hole-in-the-wall bar in Nashville will definitely elevate your evening.