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Pinkerton Park

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Pinkerton Park

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Guided Segway Tour of Downtown Franklin
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405 Murfreesboro Rd, Franklin, TN 37064-3221
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Civil War Tour from Nashville with Lotz House, Carter House, Carnton Admission
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Civil War Tour from Nashville with Lotz House, Carter House, Carnton Admission

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Learn more about the Civil War and the Lotz House, Carter House, and Carnton Plantation, with a guide to show the way. This Civil War tour includes round-trip transport from your Nashville hotel, all entrance fees, and guided commentary for a stress-free trip from the state capital.
$95.90 per adult
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61tmd wrote a review May 2019
Eaton County, Michigan899 contributions62 helpful votes
Nice walking trail, great play area for kids, good for picnics, plenty of wide open space in an otherwise busy area. Even has rest rooms!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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mickeym1234 wrote a review Apr 2019
Nashville, Tennessee50 contributions7 helpful votes
Great place to walk, picnic or play with the kiddos or walk the dog. Paved walkway. Playground and covered picnic tables. Has an indoor bathroom building.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Prillie415 wrote a review Oct 2018
Ronkonkoma, New York11 contributions2 helpful votes
I took my dog here for a quick walk and thought this was a fantastic park. There is a paved mile long loop that weaves around the whole park with doggy bags, benches, swings, and exercise stations along the way. The exercise stations included modified routines depending on skill level and even had exercises for those in wheel chairs. There are spots to hang up a hammock if you have one. There are two paths off of the main trail, one takes you to Fort Granger Park and the other is a bridge that takes you to downtown Franklin. There is also a big playground that had a lot to do for the kids. There are also swings that buckled in for older children or those with special needs which was nice to see.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Sarah D wrote a review Sep 2018
Spring Hill, Tennessee67 contributions7 helpful votes
No amazing views or foliage but the walk is pleasant. There were several playground areas. Many places to have a picnic. Our favorite are the many hammock stands where you can hang your own hammock.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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peacemamasunshine wrote a review Jun 2018
Los Angeles, California64 contributions10 helpful votes
This park is amazing for little kids. There's a huge castle fort made of wood with lots of activities built in from tires to musical instruments. There are tons of climbing areas for all ages and acres of grass to roam. Lots of parking, great place for a picnic. Highly recommend if your kids need to get out of the car or need a break between museums.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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