Tennessee State Parks

Radnor Lake State Park

Activities

Hiking

Otter Creek Road — 1.1 Miles — Paved — ADA Accessable
Lake Trail — 1.3 Miles — Mulch/ Gravel — Easy
Ganier Ridge Trail — 1.6 Miles — Natural — Difficult
Access Trail — 0.2 Miles — Mulch — Moderate
Dam Walkway — 0.2 Miles — Gravel — ADA Accessible
Spillway Trail — 0.3 Miles — Mulch — Easy
Valve House Trail — 0.2 Miles — Mulch — Easy
South Lake — 0.9 Miles — Mulch — Moderate
South Cove — 1.3 Miles — Mulch — Difficult
Hall Drive — 0.4 Miles — Paved — Moderate

Birding

From November – April, a diversity of wintering waterfowl or transients can be easily viewed from anywhere along Otter Creek Road. Diving ducks such as Ring-necked and Canvasback are best seen near the center to west side of the lake, while marsh ducks such as Gadwall and American Widgeon prefer the shallower east end and the Big Slough. Observation decks are located along Otter Creek Road and along the Lake Trail. During spring and fall migration, birding the oak-hickory woods is popular and easiest along Otter Creek Road, the dam, Lake Trail and old caretaker residence.