Fodor's Expert Review Radnor Lake

Greater Nashville Body Of Water/Waterfall
Free
This 1,339-acre state park offers 6 miles of trails spanning all difficulty levels, so visitors can enjoy an afternoon of leisurely bird-watching or take a strenuous hike. The most popular trail is the 2.6-mile Lake Trail, which circles the lake’s circumference and provides great lookouts for viewing local wildlife, such as wild turkeys, white-tailed deer, owls, and blue herons. There’s also an aviary, open to the public on Wednesdays and Saturdays, where injured birds of prey are rehabilitated and cared for.
Body Of Water/Waterfall Forest Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge Trail/Path Park (National/State/Provincial) Views Free Family

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1160 Otter Creek Rd.
Oak Hill, Tennessee  37220, USA

615-373–3467

www.radnorlake.org

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