Radnor Lake State Park

Lake, Park, and Trail
  • Rachel L.
    "Ganier Ridge for book reading"(3 Tips)
    "Beautiful for an easy hike."(7 Tips)
    Nicole S.
    "Take the entrance off Granny White instead of Franklin -Franklin side parking..."(2 Tips)
    Brandon T.
    "Ganier Ridge a little before sunset when the leaves aren't out yet."(2 Tips)
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  • Andre M.
    Andre MooreAugust 11, 2014
    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.
  • Drew
    DrewJanuary 26, 2013
    northern shoveler, lesser scaup, green-winged teal, pied-billed grebe, ring-necked duck, gadwall, mallard, titmouse, cardinal, chickadee, chipmunk, deer. Pretty good day!
  • Design*Sponge
    Design*SpongeAugust 3, 2014
    Radnor Lake maintains strict rules about what can be brought onto the premises, so no picnicking, and biking is only allowed on the closed-off road. Read more
  • Sheryl W.
    Sheryl WSeptember 16, 2013
    Gorgeous park. Well maintained and loved the park ranger directing traffic. Can't wait to go back again
  • Tonya H.
    Tonya HamiltonNovember 22, 2009
    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.
  • Jason G.
    Jason GelmanOctober 9, 2013
    Stunning views along the lake. Plenty of hiking trails of different lengths and difficulty. A must-do if youre visiting Nashville.
  • Nicole S.
    Nicole SpallerApril 7, 2013
    Take the entrance off Granny White instead of Franklin -Franklin side parking is a lot smaller & often doesn't have any available spots.
  • Colin L.
    Colin LordMarch 22, 2015
    On weekends or exceptionally nice days, parking is really tough. Go early or be prepared to wait for a spot.
  • Angie O.
    Great hiking. 3.5 miles around the lake and several trails to make a hike longer.
  • Adam A.
    Adam AudenNovember 11, 2012
    Check out the new Historic Valve House Trail for some information on the industrial origins of the park.
  • Carter L.
    Carter LittleMarch 18, 2010
    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.
  • Becca
    BeccaApril 25, 2010
    The hiking here is some of the most beautiful and well cared for trails in this area! I love the South Lake Trail!
  • Emily H.
    Emily HarrisNovember 8, 2010
    Keep your eyes open, this is a great place to see animals of all kinds, including deer and owls.
  • Wannado
    WannadoSeptember 15, 2013
    Get there early or head to the lot off Granny White to ensure there is a place to park.
  • Savannah R.
    Savannah ReedJanuary 5, 2015
    It was a beautiful lake. Fun hike. It was nice to see so many people out walking!
  • Joan R.
    Joan RowenApril 5, 2012
    This is nashville's biggest secret. Beavers are back. Otters swimming around and playing. Look high in the trees for red tailed hawks.
  • Rachel L.
    Rachel LaCroixDecember 1, 2011
    There is a beautiful spot at the top of Ganier Ridge for book reading or horizon gazing.
  • Design*Sponge
    Design*SpongeAugust 3, 2014
    A stunning nature sanctuary with several quiet walking trails. Read more
  • Nick D.
    Nick DannebergerSeptember 10, 2012
    Don't go here if you plan on running or jogging because it's not allowed
  • Andy H.
    Andy HooverNovember 19, 2009
    Take the short walk from visitors' ctr to dam. Sit. Breathe.
  • DJ C.
    DJ CabeenFebruary 26, 2012
    Best. Place. Ever. So good to get into nature in Nashville. Great trails and paths.
  • Lily
    LilyApril 28
    Beautiful for an easy hike. Unfortunately, no dogs allowed.
  • Noura Q.
    Noura QSeptember 12, 2013
    Amazing trail..just make sure ur outta there before it gets too dark!
  • Lili T.
    Lili TorresNovember 23, 2015
    The trails, the wildlife are beautiful
  • Tyler R.
    Tyler ReeseJune 18, 2012
    Great place to walk. To bad the park doesn't allow running on the trails.
  • Jake H.
    Jake HandyAugust 2, 2015
    Check out the newly renovated visitor center for live snakes!
  • Brandon T.
    Brandon TitusApril 16, 2013
    Ganier Ridge a little before sunset when the leaves aren't out yet.
  • Jim C.
    Jim CiprianiJune 17, 2012
    Tip for Radnor: Install a waterfall. People love waterfalls.
    Upvoted May 21
  • Beth L.
    Beth L.October 23, 2011
    Perfect place for photography at dawn. Breathtaking.
  • Victor H.
    Victor HuckabeeJuly 23, 2013
    a great place to befriend a deer.
  • Seth W.
    Seth WhitingMay 6, 2014
    Take lots of pictures & follow @radnorlake on Instagram!!
  • Emily
    EmilyApril 10, 2015
    Lots of bird watching.
  • Nigel R.
    Nigel RoweJuly 13, 2013
    A great place to visit around dusk.
  • Seth W.
    Seth WhitingJune 8, 2013
    The most beautiful part of Nashville. Hands down.
  • Margo R.
    Margo RoseMay 20, 2012
    Watch out for poisonous snakes. Copperhead today
  • Brandon V.
    Brandon ValentineApril 7, 2013
    Turtles all the way down.
  • Derell S.
    Derell StinsonJanuary 12, 2012
    Walk early in the morning!
  • Nicole R.
    Nicole RappeOctober 21, 2013
    Such a beautiful place.
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