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Best of Nashville City Tour on Double Decker Bus

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See more than 100 points of interest in only an hour on the Nashville City Tour double decker bus. It’s the perfect option for first-time visitors who want to get the lay of the land in the Music City. Sit on the open-air upper level and enjoy informative commentary about Nashville. Be sure to have your camera ready for Ryman Auditorium, Nissan Stadium, Musicians Hall of Fame, and Vanderbilt University.
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Kim wrote a review Oct 18
Clayton, North Carolina181 contributions32 helpful votes
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The park is absolutely beautiful. One of the park ranger’s showed us a bald eagle. Majestic! Many people out hiking. The parking is Terrible here.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Wendy K wrote a review Sep 2020
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Love this park! Easy trail for all ages, even handicapped, with lots to see. Today we saw close to 30-40 turtles, deer and beautiful butterflies. On another day we even saw a blue heron nesting in a tree. Be sure to bring binoculars. The only glitch was finding parking on a Saturday during a holiday weekend. Even though we arrived at the east entrance at 9am, there were 10 cars in line in front of us waiting for a parking space. The wait to park was only 20-25 mins. since 3 cars turned around. When we returned to the car 2 hrs later, there were still many cars waiting. Nevertheless, it's aggravating but good in that the limited parking limits the number of visitors on the trails.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from Gibson S, Guest Relations Manager at Radnor Lake State Park
Responded Sep 14, 2020
We are glad you enjoyed your experience at Tennessee State Parks. Please visit us again soon!
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Kevin B wrote a review Jun 2020
Mount Juliet, Tennessee1,628 contributions196 helpful votes
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What a beautiful park! We came here for the first time today and it was such a wonderful experience. The visitor's center's gift shop is closed due to COVID-19, but the restrooms and water fountains are open and very clean. There are several trails here in varying difficulties and we got to enjoy the lake trails, which were very fun and very well-maintained. The park is safe and there weren't too many people here, which was nice, but we came on a Monday and we've heard it gets busy on the weekends. We're excited to come back and try the other trails soon!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Response from Gibson S, Guest Relations Manager at Radnor Lake State Park
Responded Jun 11, 2020
We are glad you enjoyed your experience at Tennessee State Parks. Please visit us again soon!
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Don wrote a review Mar 2020
Hendersonville, Tennessee14 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful views, a great place to walk. I havn't been in a long time but it was a great experience and a great memory. Trails are nice and the view is breathtaking in spots.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Response from Gibson S, Guest Relations Manager at Radnor Lake State Park
Responded Jun 11, 2020
We are glad you enjoyed your experience at Tennessee State Parks. Please visit us again soon!
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Michael A wrote a review Feb 2020
261 contributions73 helpful votes
The drive to the park goes through homes of the Nashville royalty: beautiful and stately. Our two dogs were welcome on the road next to the lake. We saw an otter and turtles and herons but great trails didn’t permit dogs. Wonderful nature place close to the city with or without dogs.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Response from Gibson S, Guest Relations Manager at Radnor Lake State Park
Responded Jun 11, 2020
We are glad you enjoyed your experience at Tennessee State Parks. Please visit us again soon!
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