The 9 Best Hiking Trails in Nashville

Both residents and tourists prefer visiting Radnor Lake State Park.

Radnor Lake Trail

Conveniently situated in hip East Nashville, the Shelby Bottoms Greenway is a terrific spot to get some fresh air before heading to a neighboring restaurant for lunch or dinner.

Shelby Bottoms Greenway

A short distance from Nashville is another outstanding outdoor destination: Long Hunter State Park.

Volunteer Trail

The 4.5-mile Mossy Ridge Trail winds through Percy Warner Park, taking hikers along Nashville's unexpectedly varied landscape.

Mossy Ridge Trail

The Harpeth River State Park, which is located 30 minutes west of Nashville, is a picturesque location with breathtaking views of the park's namesake river.

Narrows of the Harpeth

For those who want to spend time outside while in Nashville, Edwin Warner Park is a fantastic option.

Harpeth Woods Trail

This paved, mixed-use trail is an additional segment of Nashville's well-liked greenway.

Stones River Greenway

Beaman Park, which lies on the northwest side of the town, is a great outdoor playground that is great for both visitors and active inhabitants.

Beaman Park Ridgetop Trail

Despite being an out-and-back journey covering nearly 8 miles, the Bryant Grove Trail is quite easy and level.

Bryant Grove Trail