Radnor Lake: Otter Creek Road to Ganier Ridge Trail

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Radnor Lake State Park

Radnor Lake: Otter Creek Road to Ganier Ridge Trail is a 2.3 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Brentwood, Tennessee that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Length2.3 miElevation gain367 ftRoute typeLoop
Kid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingForestLakePartially pavedWildflowersWildlifeNo dogs
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This route has great incline and is very scenic. In the fall and winter, you can spot Radnor through the trees. Please note, dogs are only allowed on the paved roads.

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Recordings (238)
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Danny Howell
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Beautiful hike with a little elevation in the middle. Lots and lots of people out today. Mask up everybody.

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Anna Molero
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Parking capacity is super small. Be prepared to wait! After that everything is worth it. You can spot Deer and the scenery is beautiful. It's very good for kids.

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Marivict Caruci
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Super fun trail, great for bird watching and relaxing, saw some deer, only downside is the parking situation but if you get there early enough you will be able to get a spot!

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Bob Burleson
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Matt Shotwell
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Renata .
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Great incline and very scenic. In the fall and winter you can spot Radnor through the trees and I love that. Not at all rocky and very easy trail other than the incline being steep.

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Muir Tribe
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So much wild life!!! Great incline.

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Jake Dawson
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HikingGreat!

Trail was beautiful. Moderately trafficked. Moderately difficult. Highly recommend.

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Maurice King
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Great trail. Very windy and the leaves obscured the garner ridge portion of the trail quite a bit. We’ll be back.

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Tara Tidwell
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Beautiful hike! The t wasn’t very difficult but stunning, especially at dusk. And lots of wildlife.

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William Martin
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Beautiful trail, if a little challenging, on this Fall day!

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Afia Syed
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patilyn lowery
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definitely a busy trail, that incline up and down can be tricky but a lot of it is just flat land under tree coverage

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Jonathan Bowman
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Phet Souksangouane
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Great hike.

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Ehsan Sarfaraz
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Kelsey Down
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Peaceful even with a number of others on the trail. Spotted two deer and two turtles!

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Samantha Sandifer
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Great trail to get back into the swing of hiking! Rocky terrain & steep climb at first, but it’s totally worth the sweat to get down at the bottom of the hill- beautiful shade from trees above! You might even get to see fawn. 10/10 recommend!

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Monserrat Leon
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I enjoyed it, gives you plenty of trail options. I think it’s a very good hiking option. I have to admit it can get crowded and it’s not a explore type of trail you MUST follow trail at all time.

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Michelle M Holt
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We went round and round and up and down… And we saw butterflies, turkeys mushrooms, turtles and deer!

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Butch Eads
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This is my favorite trail at Radnor Lake. It is the most difficult of the trails and the one with the least amount of foot traffic. It has several elevation changes and is a nice workout. Again, as with all the Radnor Lake trails, they are extremely busy on the weekends and parking can be an issue on those days.

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Pamela Chinchilla
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Is my favorite place for a good hike

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Dylan Tremmel
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Very Peaceful walk with some mixed element walking in the form of small climbs and smooth gravel/dirt paths. Would highly recommend due to the sheer volume of wildlife as well!

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Kristy Smith
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Great trail! Will definitely get your heart rate up! One of my favorites in this area.

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Misty Bourne
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HikingGreat!

The trail was tidy and gorgeous. I did it with my five-year-old. He was exhausted by the end of it, but he loved it too.

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Tian Cornell
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Beautiful trail. Saw white tail deer several times. Weather was gorgeous, thanks to the shade and breeze.

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Una Park
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Great great great trail! We spotted two owls, three fawns, turkeys, squirrels and at least ten different types of mushroom all in an hour of hike! Impressive bio diversity considering how close it is to downtown Nashville

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Katherine Sanderlin Silva
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Great trail. Parking can be a bit tough in the mornings, but once you are on the trail it’s very well maintained. Would recommend hiking shoes to help prevent ankle rolling on the inclines/declines.

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Corbin Schmidt
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Great hike

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Jordan Naile
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A great, not difficult hike when you have a couple hours to spare.

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