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Centennial Park renovation update: complete and open everywhere. Looking north from West End Ave. near intersection with Natchez Trace:

I walk this area often. It IS beautiful! First photo is shot from the Stones River Greenway bridge across the Stones River, about 200 yards before it empties into the Cumberland. The riverbank yo

Shelby Bottoms Park This happens every year, starting around Labor Day. This is just over a half mile from the parking area on the paved greenway Tickseed Sunflower:

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Does anyone know about the timeline for turning the Greer Stadium site into park space/ expanding Fort Negley Park?

The stadium was demolished/ cleared about a year ago, and the site has been fenced off and vacant ever since.

It seems slow for a site that got so much attention in the last mayoral race.

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Ashland City working on 1.6 acre Cheatham County Veterans Memorial Park at Hwy. 49 and Bell Road:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/cheatham/2020/10/23/cheatham-county-veterans-memorial-park-project-grows/5968290002/

Also, Dickson is renovating/expanding J. Dan Buckner Park along Weaver Drive:

https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/dickson/2020/10/22/dickson-park-plan-1-m-additions-buckner-courts-await-grant-ok/3725859001/
 

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Peacock Hill  will feature six eight-mile long trails in the heart of the rural area of Williamson County, including one ADA accessible trail. The visitor center is in a house on the property that was once a cabin. Part of the makings of the cabin still remain inside.

Williamson County acquired the land through a family donation, and the donor decided to put many of the acres in a conservation easement through the Land Trust of Tennessee. 

More at WSMV News4 here:

https://www.wsmv.com/news/peacock-hill-coming-to-williamson-county/article_3ca4f7dc-820d-11eb-8307-f72a02549ffa.html

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