Whether you are a sports fan, history buff, music lover or simply enjoy the outdoors, staying active and entertained is easy to do in Brentwood.
More than 860 acres of city parks and green- ways and 20 miles of biking and hiking trails provide plenty of room to roam. On any given Saturday, thousands of children are enjoying soccer, baseball and/or football within the parks system.
The largest of Brentwood’s 12 city parks is Crockett Park, with more than 164 acres of open fields, walking and biking trails, tennis courts, disc golf, first-class athletic facilities, the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater and the his- toric Cool Springs House.
The Eddy Arnold Amphitheater is a favorite place on summer evenings, and hundreds come out to enjoy the free summer concert series at the park. On the Fourth of July, the park is also home to Brentwood’s fireworks show.
Brentwood also offers easy access to Nashville’s professional and collegiate sports venues as well as Music City's attractions and several Tennessee State Parks.
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