• Warner Park Nature Center

    The Warner Park Nature Center is an environmentally-focused recreation and education facility.It is located at 7311 TN-100, Nashville, TN 37221.  Part of the Nashville Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, it focuses on connecting people with nature. Visitors can explore the park’s trails, hike to nearby Bledsoe Creek State Park, and see wildlife up close. The nature center is also open to the public for special events and workshops. Click the following link

    The nature center’s mission is to foster environmental responsibility and foster scientific exploration through informal education. The nature center’s programs and events are free to all members of the community, and include high school labs, school field trips, and outdoor recreation programs. The center also hosts special events for kids and adults. Here, visitors can learn about nature and its wildlife while having fun. Next blog post for more

    The restoration and renovation of Warner Parks nature center is being funded by the Warner Park Capital Campaign. The Friends of Warner Parks are spearheading the campaign, which aims to raise $15 million. The first phase of the capital campaign will cost approximately $5 million. All the money is raised through private contributions.