Best places to view fall colors in and around Nashville

Fall colors on Natchez Trace (Courtesy: National Park Service)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – If you don’t want to drive very far, these are prime locations are right here in Nashville:

Percy and Edwin Warner Parks | Website

The Warner Parks is right in your backyard with over 2,000 acres of forest and fields.

Location: 7311 Highway 100 Nashville, Tenn.

Radnor Lake | Website

Randor Lake includes a vast view of wildlife, environmental educational programs and hiking,

Location: 1160 Otter Creek Rd, Nashville, Tenn.

More info: 615-373-3467

Shelby Bottoms Greenway | Website

In East Nashville, Shelby Bottoms Greenways, offers approximately 3 miles of the Cumberland River frontage, wetlands  and open fields.

Location: 1900 Davidson St. Nashville, Tenn.

More info: 615-862-8539

Fall Creek Falls State Park | Website

Fall Creek Falls State Park offers over 26,000 acres

Location: 10821 Park Rd, Spencer, Tenn.

More info: 423-881-5298

Montgomery Bell State Park | Website

The Montgomery Bell State Park was known for being the center of the iron industry, but now it is a beautiful park.

Location: 1000 Hotel Ave, Burns, Tenn.

More info: 615-797-9052

Natchez Trace | Website

Natchez Trace gives you the opportunity to witness the leaves change colors across hundreds of miles that stretch from Nashville to Mississippi.

Location: 192 off of I-40 West.

More info: 1-800-305-7417

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