Radnor Lake State Park {Tennessee}

We finally got our Tennessee state park passport book! After a year of seeing as many of the state parks as we could, now we’ll have to go back through and see them again so we can get the official stamp in our book. So we started out our goal with a visit to Radnor Lake State Park.

This state park is right outside Nashville and also serves as an ecosystem preservation area. Because of that they do not allow dogs, picnicking, or trail running. On the other hand, because those things are not allowed you are more likely to see some local wildlife as you walk along the path. We passed right by a few deer with babies tailing behind them as they munched on the side of the trail and we also saw a family of wild turkeys making their way through the undergrowth. We took the trail that circles the lake which was about a 2 1/2 mile loop. This trail is a level walk and the trail is covered in wood chips which makes it easy for anyone who has joint pain of any kind. And the views of the lake and the trees are really lovely. It was a perfect day to be outside enjoying the park and we passed many others who thought so as well. What a great way to restart our plan to see all the state parks here.

For more on Radnor Lake, go to :: tnstateparks.com/parks/radnor-lake

8 responses to “Radnor Lake State Park {Tennessee}”

  1. Lovely photos. What a great idea to have the passport to collect stamps of which state parks you e visited. We did something similar on the Seoul metro as there was a stamping machine at each station so we bought the album and had fun collecting as many stamps as we could on our travels. Have a great weekend. Marion

    • thank you. It is a fun idea to get stamps for all the places. I know there is something similar for all the national parks in the country too. That must have been so fun to collect stamps like that in Seoul! I hope you have a great weekend too 🙂 -Meg

    • It’s such a fun idea and a great way to encourage people to get out and see the parks. They have a larger version for all the national parks too which we recently got. It includes not just all the national parks but also the national battlefields, national seashores, national monuments, etc. If you and Sladja decide to come visit Tennessee, let me know because we’d love to show you some favorite places 🙂

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