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Harpeth River State Park

The Harpeth River State Park is a linear park that manages nine river access sites along 40 river miles. Sites include several natural, archaeological and historic areas. The park is popular for kayaking, canoeing, fishing and hiking. Canoe access areas are located at all sites (excluding archeological areas). The Harpeth…

Harpeth River - Birding

The Harpeth River supports resident waders such as great blue and green herons, belted kingfishers and prothonotary warblers, to name but a few. The Gossett Tract, consisting mainly of old fields through which a pair of two mile trails meander, allows observation of northern bobwhite, American goldfinch and field sparrow.…

Harpeth River - Fishing

Whether you enjoy fly fishing or spin casting, the river hosts large and small mouth bass, bream, crappie, bluegill, channel catfish and other game fish.

Harpeth River - Boating

The Harpeth River contains canoe put-in and takeout points in close proximity, which enable a 7-mile float around a looping meander of the Harpeth in Tennessee’s Western Highland Rim. Canoe access areas are located at all sites (excluding archeological areas) providing beginner and advanced paddlers opportunities to float this beautiful…

Park Trail Maps

Looking for a trail in a Tennessee State Park? This page provides links to the trail maps we provide, organized by park. It's just what you need to have your next great adventure in Tennessee.

Harpeth River - Hiking

Gossett Tract Trail — 2.0 Miles — Natural Surface/ grass — easy Hidden Lakes Trail — 3.0 Miles — Natural Surface — moderate Narrows Trail — 1.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate Newsom Mill Fisherman Trail — 0.2 Miles — Natural Surface — easy Mace Bluff Trail — 0.2…

Go Green With Us

Go Green With Us to protect and preserve our State Parks through resource conservation, sustainable operations, and recycling.

ADA Plan

Tennessee State Parks has been very sensitive in ensuring that all new construction and existing facilities provide reasonable accommodations for inclusiveness in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Radnor Lake - 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.

Late Summer in the Wildflower Meadow

Late Summer in the Wildflower Meadow

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