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mine is radnor lake. it's in the city, but you'd never know once you get in the park. it has beautiful scenery and awesome trails to train on.

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Centennial park for me, I love the new lake they put in with the bench and those funny looking ducks. I go there and read most of the time and i like the buildings around the park that gives its a urban feeling..

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I'll have to say Radnor Lake also. I use to go there at least twice a week in the summer for a couple of hours and just wander the trails and look at the scenery. They've done a really good job at preserving that area. Aren't they trying to buy more area and make the park bigger? That would be really nice if they did that.

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I'll have to say Radnor Lake also. I use to go there at least twice a week in the summer for a couple of hours and just wander the trails and look at the scenery. They've done a really good job at preserving that area. Aren't they trying to buy more area and make the park bigger? That would be really nice if they did that.

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i believe they have already bought the area. i was talking with some of the park rangers there while i was helping put up the fence at the parking lot, and they had mentioned that someone had come up with the money to buy it.

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I've always been a fan of the Warner Parks, 2700 acres of hilly terrain.

I'm also looking forward to the opening of the new 1700-acre Beaman Park in the northeast part of the county. Straddling the hills, the new park will be a hiker's paradise.

In-town. Centennial, of course.

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I like a lot of the Nashville parks and for different reasons. Radnor like is nice for hiking or just a nice peaceful afternoon. Percy Warner is great if you just want to drive around for a little while. When I was little, I used to always picnic with my family at Centenial Park. The Bicentenial Mall is nice for touring, but as far as frequent visits go, that wouldn't be my favorite. I have yet to go to Fort Negley park, but I plan to when I'm back home. I'm sure it will become one of my favorites....I love Forts. :)

I just can't pick one!

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When I was a kid going to school in Nashville, we'd get stoned and wander around Percy Priest Park--always liked that.

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I like a lot of the Nashville parks and for different reasons.  Radnor like is nice for hiking or just a nice peaceful afternoon.  Percy Warner is great if you just want to drive around for a little while.  When I was little, I used to always picnic with my family at Centenial Park.  The Bicentenial Mall is nice for touring, but as far as frequent visits go, that wouldn't be my favorite.  I have yet to go to Fort Negley park, but I plan to when I'm back home.  I'm sure it will become one of my favorites....I love Forts. :)

I just can't pick one!

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oh i totally forgot about fort negley! i'm need to get over there soon. forts do rock. haha

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