Radnor Lake State Park — Tennessee State Parks

Radnor Lake State Park

Activities

Interpretive Canoe Floats

Interpretive canoe floats are offered from Memorial Day to Labor Day, 3-4 times a week. Online registration is required.

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Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Education Center

Constructed as a boardwalk, nestled in the natural area, the Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Education Center is wheelchair accessible and provides educational programs, allows up-close observation of non-releasable birds of prey, and offers a bird’s eye view of the surrounding hillside and wildlife. In addition, interpretive displays on venomous snakes, non-venomous snakes and turtles are available inside the main building.

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Hiking

Radnor Lake is day-use only and is protected as a Class II Natural Area, so the trails are strictly used for hiking and wildlife observation. Trails are off limits to pets, jogging, and bicycles. Trails are open from 6:00 AM to Sunset - Daily.

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Birding

From November – April, a diversity of wintering waterfowl or transients can be easily viewed from anywhere along Otter Creek Road.

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