July is Parks and Recreation Month!

 Nashville Parks and Recreation has come up with a calendar to guide you through the month with outdoor activities! 

Parks and Recreation Month 2020 Calendar of Events

  1. Visit the historical kiosks at Hadley Park Regional Center
  2. Bring your lunch and take in the beautiful botanical garden at the Centennial Art Center
  3. Check out Two Rivers Mansion and Hip Donelson’s Farmers Market located on the grounds
  4. Take the entire family to the city’s first wave-action pool Wave Country. The parking is free!
  5. Sit on the porch at the Warner Park Nature Center and enjoy the hummingbirds
  6. Check out some of our community centers' great kid-friendly projects on our YouTube channel and Facebook page
  7. Listen to some great music during the Brown Bag Lunch Concerts at the Centennial Park Event Center
  8. Visit the Bellevue Park Farmers Market
  9. Play a round of golf! We have some of the best golf courses in Middle Tennessee.
  10. Handmade Nashville Summer Arts and Crafts Show at Bellevue Park
  11. Take a walk or ride a bike on one of our many Greenways. We have 100 miles for you to enjoy!
  12. Check out some of the canoe and kayak programs offered by our Outdoor Recreation Division
  13. Visit the 12th South Farmers Market at Sevier Park
  14. It’s a great day for fishing at one of the many lakes and ponds inside our parks
  15. Play a round of disc golf at three designated disc golf courses
  16. Check out the Parthenon’s new exhibit, “We Have A Vision.”
  17. Don’t miss the Richland Park Farmers Market
  18. Take a self-guided tour of Fort Nashborough
  19. Go mountain biking on one our four designated mountain biking trails
  20. Take a hike at Warner, Bells Bend, Beaman and Shelby Bottoms Parks
  21. Explore Fort Negley
  22. Take a self-guided tour of the City Cemetery.
  23. Check out the Virtual Star Gazing Party - Join astronomers from across the state observing the late July sky. Astronomers from Kingsport to Memphis will share their screens on YouTube.
  24. Socially distance at the Songs of Struggle at the Centennial Park Event Shelter
  25. Back to School Bash at Coleman Park Community Center
  26. Get in the groove at Two Rivers Skate Park
  27. It’s hot out there! Check out the indoor walking tracks at our regional community centers.
  28. Take you horse on one of the trails at Percy Warner and Peeler Parks
  29. Take a nature walk at Bells Bend Park
  30. Check out Summer Cinema at Mill Ridge Park

https://www.nashville.gov/News-Media/News-Article/ID/9951/July-is-Parks-and-Recreation-Month.aspx

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