If you live in Nashville and haven't been to Radnor, you must go. If you are visiting Nashville, make time for a trip to Radnor. Now this spot is conducive for a certain type of experience - unplugged with no running, picnicking, bikes or dogs. If you want to walk a beautiful trail, see lots of wildlife, or relax by a lake then this is the place to be. It is gorgeous. It is easy to find and it is free. There are several different trail lengths from easy to strenuous. The drawbacks: 1) it can be very crowded and the trails are not huge so you might have to pass or let someone pass you, and 2) the parking lot is small and although there is a little parking on the side street sometimes it's hard to find a spot especially on the weekend. The best times to go are week days, early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Whenever you go, take a blanket if you want to find a sweet spot to hang out (there are several rest stops and benches along the way) and have your smart phone handy for pictures.