Pristine State Parks Are Minutes Away

If getting away from it all is your style, Brentwood is located near several large natural parks.

Radnor Lake State Park is in Davidson County in the midst of the Overton Hills, in the Oak Hill Community. This natural area provides a variety of scenic spots and diverse natural habitats ranging from the lake to streams. Wildlife and several species of plants are abundant. Radnor is a place that provides scenic, biological, geological and passive recreational opportunities not found in other metropolitan areas of Nashville’s size. Radnor also offers hiking trails including challenging inclines, moderate paths and easy strolls through the woods.

Edwin and Percy Warner Parks, collectively known as The Warner Parks, span 2,684 acres of forest and field. The parks are located approximately 20 minutes from Brentwood. With hiking trails, cross-country running courses and a nature center, the parks are enjoyed by more than 500,000 visitors annually. Read more about Tennessee’s State Parks and Metro Parks & Recreation.