Radnor Lake State Park

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For Educators

Tennessee State Parks offers engaging, relevant, and interactive educational experiences. Discover more about learning with a Ranger -- in a park or in your classroom!

Interpretive Canoe Floats

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

Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Education Center

Current hours of operation of the Barbara J. Mapp Aviary Center have been changed due to COVID-19. Scheduled tours and interpretive programs will be conducted by the park staff weekly.  Pre-registration is required to attend, can be done so online under upcoming events as they are posted weekly. Also, these tours-programs are free-no charge but will be limited to 8 park visitors due to CDC guidelines for group activities for the remainder of 2020. Find Events.


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.


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