Guide To Williamson County's Walking & Biking Trails

Guide To Williamson County's Walking & Biking Trails

Just south of Nashville, Williamson County is home to some great multi-use trails perfect for a brisk walk or bicycle ride.  Here's a quick list of just some of the great trails in Brentwood and Franklin:

 

Maps:

City of Brentwood Trail System Map

City of Franklin Park Finder

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brentwood

Indian Point Trail - (1.4 miles, paved) Located in Crockett Park  

Crockett Park Trail - (2.4 miles, paved) Located in Crockett Park 

Boiling Springs-Ravenwood Trail - (1.6 miles, paved)

River Park Trail - (2.1 miles, paved) 

Brentwood Library Trail - (1.2 miles, paved)

Tower Park Trail - (1.0 mile, paved) 

 

City of Franklin

Pinkerton - (1 mile, paved) Located at 405 Murfreesboro Rd with fitness course. 

Winstead Hill - (3/4 mile trail, paved) Located at 4023 Columbia Ave . 

Eastern Flank Battle Park - (2.0 mile, concrete) Located at 1343 Carnton Lane. Cart paths of former golf course. 

Aspen Grove Park - (1 ...

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Posted Wednesday, May 6, 2015 by Christa Gonzales in Guides, Greenways

 
 
 

Top 5 Races in Nashville 2013: Beginners Edition

Top 5 Races in Nashville 2013: Beginners Edition

It's already the end of January and you know what that means, time to plan for the best races in Nashville this season.  The year is long and so is the list of choices.  So what goes into the makings of a great race?  For starters, it has to be more than just a great race, it has to be a fun, party-like environment.  Let's face it, you could go outside and run 3.1 miles tomorrow if you wanted.  It's the event itself that gives it the extra something.  Next, it's always about the schwag.  Most races provide a shirt, cup, finisher's medal or more.  The best races have the coolest shirts you'll want to wear over and over again.  Finally, it's the overall community of racers that go into making it all worthwhile. So today we've pulled together our list ...

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Posted Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013 by Michael Gonzales in Guides, Races

 
 
 

It's all about the Pink: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

It's all about the Pink: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

36 years young.  That's the age the late Susan Goodman Komen was when breast cancer took her life. Diagnosed at age 33 she passed away in 1980.  Inspired by her courage and positive attitude, Susan's younger sister, Nancy Goodman Brinker, wanted to honor her memory and help others facing a similar battle.  What she ended up creating was one of the most powerful, inspirational non-profit organizations devoted to eradicating breast cancer!  There is virtually no place in the country that doesn't turn pink during the month of October, from the National Football League uniforms to websites around the world!  All thanks to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.  A truly amazing honor to a sister that died way too early. In 1982, the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation was created. During the 25th anniversary in 2007, the organization changed it's name to Susan G Komen ...

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Posted Friday, June 1, 2012 by Michael Gonzales in Guides, Races, Spotlight, Non-Profit Events