Best stroller friendly trails in Nashville, Tennessee

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Explore the most popular stroller friendly trails near Nashville with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of stroller friendly trails in Nashville, Tennessee
Top trails (5)
#1 - Fort Negley Walking Trail
Fort Negley Park
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Length: 1.0 mi • Est. 27 m
This route is an easy walk on a paved trail with great views of the Nashville skyline. Check out the historical monuments along the way detailing information about the Civil War. Accessibility: At the Fort Negley Visitor Center there are multiple designated handicapped-accessible parking spots and multiple striped access aisles. The trail surface is paved asphalt or boardwalk and typically between five and eight feet wide. The estimated grade is moderately steep, all 8% or less except for a steep 12% section at about 0.3 miles on one of the interior trails. This point has been marked with a waypoint.Show more
#2 - YMCA Greenway
Hermitage Public Use Area
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Length: 2.0 mi • Est. 53 m
A popular path intersecting with the Stones River Greenway. Accessibility: This asphalt trail is estimated to typically be at least 7 feet wide. The slope is steep to very steep in several portions and estimated to range from 0 to 14% grade. The steepest sections, estimated between 8 and 14% grade are located at the 0.1 mile mark and several times between the 0.5 through 0.9 mile mark when heading south from the trailhead. There are 2 ADA-compliant car parking spots with 1 access aisle at the trailhead. A section of this trail is shared with motor vehicle traffic. Wearing bright colors and using flags or lights is always recommended when sharing space with vehicles for safety, especially for trail goers using mobility equipment like strollers, wheelchairs, or bikes. Show more
#3 - Newsom's Mill Walk
Newsom's Mill State Historic Site
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Length: 0.1 mi • Est. 3 m
Newsom's Mill Ruins site is the remains of a grist mill located along the Harpeth River along the western edge of Davidson County. Built in 1862. Visitors can walk up and, to an extent, in the mill and look at signs explaining the remaining machinery on the inside. It is now on the National Register of Historic Places.Show more
#4 - Mill Creek Greenway
Whitsett Park
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Length: 0.7 mi • Est. 17 m
An asphalt trail through the park with little parking and some shade. Enjoy being out on the trail! Accessibility: This asphalt trail is estimated to typically be at least 10 feet wide. The slope is estimated to be flat to mostly gentle and range from -4% (downhill) to 4% (uphill) grade. There is 1 ADA-compliant car parking spot at the very small and paved trailhead lot.Show more
#5 - Richland Creek Greenway
England Park
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Length: 1.3 mi • Est. 31 m