Nashville Greenways

  • Richland Creek Run Richland Creek Run

    Richland Creek Run

Richland Creek Run

Richland Creek Greenway  |   Saturday, April 21st |  richlandcreekrun.com

The Richland Creek Run & Walk XII will carry participants along a certified five-mile course through sections of the Richland Creek Greenway and Sylvan Park on Saturday, April 1, 2017. Net proceeds from this event benefit Greenways for Nashville, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the creation, protection, preservation, and promotion of Nashville greenways.

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  • Nashville fairgrounds park plan transforms 46 acres into soccer fields, dog park, greenway Nashville fairgrounds park plan transforms 46 acres into soccer fields, dog park, greenway

    Nashville fairgrounds park plan transforms 46 acres into soccer fields, dog park, greenway

Nashville fairgrounds park plan transforms 46 acres into soccer fields, dog park, greenway

(photo: Hawkins Partners)

from The Tennessean

Metro is moving forward with a long-discussed plan to transform 46 acres of asphalt, concrete and gravel at The Fairgrounds Nashville into a park and green space, injecting new public uses into the city-owned property south of downtown.   Eight multi-use soccer fields, a 1.3-mile greenway, a dog park and other amenities are planned for the underutilized, flood-prone part of the fairgrounds on the site’s south end that is flanked by Brown’s Creek.

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By |May 12th, 2017|Developments, Nashville Greenways, Nashville Neighborhood News, Nashville Parks, Wedgewood-Houston News, Woodbine Events|Comments Off on Nashville fairgrounds park plan transforms 46 acres into soccer fields, dog park, greenway
  • Parks and Greenways Master Plan Update 2017 Parks and Greenways Master Plan Update 2017

    Parks and Greenways Master Plan Update 2017

Parks and Greenways Master Plan Update 2017

As of 2017, Nashville has 86 miles of greenway trails (including paved, off-street and multi-use trails), plus over 150 miles of primitive and paved trails in local parks. About 5 new miles of greenways have already received funding and are in the design or construction phase, with more miles of greenway targeted for completion over the next several years.

see plan here

  • Latest News regarding Proposed I-440 Greenway Latest News regarding Proposed I-440 Greenway

    Latest News regarding Proposed I-440 Greenway

Latest News regarding Proposed I-440 Greenway

The Tennessean is reporting that Metro Nashville has applied for 30 million in federal funds to build a Greenway that will to run along I-440 from I-65 split to I-40 Intersection.  The project, to be complete by 2022, will connect several Nashville neighborhoods including Sylvan Park, Richland/Cherokee Park, Hillsboro-West End, Belmont-Hillsboro, 12South and Wedgewood-Houston.

for all of the latest details read the full article from the Tennessean

  • Nashville’s Green Spaces Hold Key to Its Future Success Nashville’s Green Spaces Hold Key to Its Future Success

    Nashville’s Green Spaces Hold Key to Its Future Success

Nashville’s Green Spaces Hold Key to Its Future Success

From the Tennessean

We can’t talk about all that Nashville has to offer its natives, newcomers and visitors without acknowledging the majestic beauty of its parks, green spaces and waterways.

Hikes or walks in Edwin, Percy Warner, Shelby Park or Radnor Lake State Park, among others, can become spiritual experiences that awe you with Tennessee’s natural beauty.

Read entire article @ The Tennessean

By |March 17th, 2015|Nashville Greenways, Nashville Parks|Comments Off on Nashville’s Green Spaces Hold Key to Its Future Success
  • Richland Creek Greenway Richland Creek Greenway

    Richland Creek Greenway

Richland Creek Greenway

4601 Murphy Road  |   Nashville, TN 37209  |  Trail Map  |  http://www.greenwaysfornashville.org/

This greenway connects the neighborhoods, shopping centers, entertainment areas, and schools along Harding and White Bridge Roads and the Cherokee Park, Knob Road, Sylvan Park and White Bridge neighborhoods with four miles of trail providing a scenic, natural experience in the midst of a bustling community.  read more  >

  • Brown’s Creek Greenway Brown’s Creek Greenway

    Brown’s Creek Greenway

Brown’s Creek Greenway

Battlemont Neighborhood  |  Greenways for Nashville

The first greenway along Brown’s Creek was created on land that where homes were cleared after being wiped out by the Nashville flood of 2010.  The .65 mile trail lies at the east end of Battlefield Avenue.  Long term plans include connecting the Brown’s Creek Greeenway to Sevier Park and Gale Lane Park in 12South through neighborhood bike lanes.

By |November 29th, 2012|12South Highlights, Nashville Greenways, Recreation|Comments Off on Brown’s Creek Greenway