Nashville Park Resources
Riverfront Park is located in downtown Nashville along the banks of the Cumberland River and right across the river from the Football Stadium.
Walking Tour of the Bicentennial State Capitol Mall
The Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, one of Nashville's hidden gems. This 19 acre park was built in honor of Tennnessee's 200th year of statehood and offers visitors a serene and captivating look into Tennessee history at every turn.
Valley Fair Amusement Park
The Valley Fair Amusement Park is located in the heart of the Music Valley Drive area, just down the street from the Opryland Hotel and Opry Mills Mall.
Bicentennial Mall State Park
The Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park is 19-acre park is located between the State Capitol Building and Farmers Market. It offers a visual walk through of Tennessee history with many wonderful exhibits from an amphitheater to war memorials. This is a must see for any visitor to Nashville. But Best of all, It's Free.
Charlie Daniels Park
Charlie Daniels Park is located in Mt Juliet Tennessee within the Mt.Juliet Millennium Sportsplex. This park offers a great playground for any adventuresome kid as well as two walking tracks, a volleyball and basketball court, four tennis courts, football fields, four covered pavilions for picnics and an amphitheater.
Club K Baseball
Club K Baseball, an exciting 18,000 square foot baseball training facility in Nashville. Baseball Operations are handled by Wes Sims and Brian Law, former collegiate and professional players. Club K Baseball offers instruction in all aspects of the game as well as the recruiting of the top high school athletes to collegiate and professional teams. For more information contact 1.800.NO-HITTR.
Drakes Creek Activity Center
DCAC is a family enetertainment center (FEC)located in Hendersonville and becoming more popular as a regional attraction due to the addition of Laser Adventures - Outdoor Laser Tag. There are only about 15 fields like it in the country and none attached to an FEC.
Edwin and Percy Warner Parks
Over 500,000 people visit the Parks annually to utilize picnic areas, scenic roadways and overlooks, hiking trails, equestrian center and horse trails, cross country running courses, golf courses, athletic fields, and other areas of the park.
Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation
Metro Parks have much more to offer than green grass and beautiful scenery. Visit their web site with all the information that you will need to plan that fun and memorable family outing. They also have resources for the many classes such as Arts, Music, ballet and acting.
Nashville's premiere water park with information on hours of operation, activities, camping, and best of all Coupons to save you money.
The Nashville Zoo offers animal shows, educational programs,a multitude of animals and a petting zoo. The Grassmere Historic Farm is also located on the grounds.The Nashville Zoo is home to the country's largest community-built playground called the Jungle Gym, a must do for children of all ages.
National Park Service
The National Park Service preserves the natural and cultural resources and values of the national park system throughout the country.Use their key word search to find hundreds of listings and links to Nashville from the Natchez Parkway,Nashville Cemeteries,Battlefields to Teaching resources for children.Make sure to visit the Ranger Zone and the Go Zone for fun activites.
Wave Country is located right down the street from Opryland. It offers a wave pool, three water slides, children's playground, sand volleyball pits and fast-food concessions.
Worth Club K Softball
Worth Club K, at 30,000 square feet, is proud to be the largest training facility in the world, exclusively for female fastpitch softball players! Worth Club K Softball teaches all aspects of the game of fastpitch. For more information contact 1.800.NO-HITTR or www.clubk.com.
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