The trails, the wildlife are beautiful
Check out the newly renovated visitor center for live snakes!
Lots of bird watching.
On weekends or exceptionally nice days, parking is really tough. Go early or be prepared to wait for a spot.
It was a beautiful lake. Fun hike. It was nice to see so many people out walking!
One of my favorite parks in Nashville. Come here to get away and enjoy the long walking paths around the lake. Parking can be tough during peak hours though.
Take lots of pictures & follow @radnorlake on Instagram!!
Such a beautiful place.
Stunning views along the lake. Plenty of hiking trails of different lengths and difficulty. A must-do if youre visiting Nashville.
Gorgeous park. Well maintained and loved the park ranger directing traffic. Can't wait to go back again
Get there early or head to the lot off Granny White to ensure there is a place to park.
Amazing trail..just make sure ur outta there before it gets too dark!
a great place to befriend a deer.
A great place to visit around dusk.
The most beautiful part of Nashville. Hands down.
Ganier Ridge a little before sunset when the leaves aren't out yet.
Take the entrance off Granny White instead of Franklin -Franklin side parking is a lot smaller & often doesn't have any available spots.
Turtles all the way down.
northern shoveler, lesser scaup, green-winged teal, pied-billed grebe, ring-necked duck, gadwall, mallard, titmouse, cardinal, chickadee, chipmunk, deer. Pretty good day!
Check out the new Historic Valve House Trail for some information on the industrial origins of the park.
Don't go here if you plan on running or jogging because it's not allowed
Great place to walk. To bad the park doesn't allow running on the trails.
Tip for Radnor: Install a waterfall. People love waterfalls.
Watch out for poisonous snakes. Copperhead today
This is nashville's biggest secret. Beavers are back. Otters swimming around and playing. Look high in the trees for red tailed hawks.
Best. Place. Ever. So good to get into nature in Nashville. Great trails and paths.
Walk early in the morning!
There is a beautiful spot at the top of Ganier Ridge for book reading or horizon gazing.
Perfect place for photography at dawn. Breathtaking.
Keep your eyes open, this is a great place to see animals of all kinds, including deer and owls.
The hiking here is some of the most beautiful and well cared for trails in this area! I love the South Lake Trail!
Spring is about to sprung, which makes a Hike along Ganier Ridge a must at this time of year. See if you can spot the Barred Owls.
Radnor Lake is such a great place to walk and relax. Bring your dogs too - however, they are not allowed on the wood trails, just the road around the lake.
Take the short walk from visitors' ctr to dam. Sit. Breathe.