Timberland Park: Great Hiking Trails on the Natchez Trace Parkway

  1. […]   14. See the Grand Ole Opry and go on a backstage tour. The Grand Ole Opry isn’t just for tourists– I took my 12-year-old and two of her friends this year and they LOVED it — and none of the girls were country music fans! The show is fast-paced enough to keep older kids entertained and the backstage tour after the show adds to the overall experience. For more information,¬†check out my post about the Opry and what to expect on the backstage tour.     15. Hike the wooded trails at the little-known Timberland Park. We’ve come to love this brand-new Williamson County park, located on the Natchez Trace Parkway just past the turnoff for Highway 96. With three miles (and growing) of trails through lush forest, it’s a great place to keep cool on a summertime hike. For added fun, check out a hand-whittled hiking stick at the park’s nature center before you get started. I wrote a detailed post about visiting Timberland Park with kids here- Check it out! […]

  2. […]   Hike the wooded trails at the little-known Timberland Park. We’ve come to love this brand-new Williamson County park, located on the Natchez Trace Parkway just past the turnoff for Highway 96. With three miles (and growing) of trails through lush forest, it’s a great place to keep cool on a summertime hike. For added fun, check out a hand-whittled hiking stick at the park’s nature center before you get started. I wrote a detailed post about visiting Timberland Park with kids here- Check it out! […]

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