Tennessee State Parks Are FREE… Here Are Our Favorite State Parks Near Nashville

Did you know that wherever you are in Tennessee there’s a state park within an hour’s drive?! Good news: ALL Tennessee state parks are now FREE! So, if you haven’t been to one of Tennessee’s state parks in awhile, this is something to add to your Bucket List. See a complete list of Tennessee state parks and which ones are our favorites in Middle Tennessee. Plus other fun things to do in the Nashville area.


Franklin Tennessee Dog Park Review: The K9 Korral At Harlinsdale Park

We already have a favorite dog park in Franklin… it’s Maggie’s Bark Park. Our second favorite is Warner Dog Park.But still, I was excited when I heard there was another new dog park in town! It’s called the K9 Korral Dog Park at Harlinsdale Farm. So the dog and I both jumped in the car and we went to check it out…

A fabulous view of Nashville's Bicentennial Mall park and State Capital Building. photo by Jenn at TheFunTimesGuide.com

Top 5 Reasons To Visit Nashville’s Bicentennial Capitol Mall

I highly recommend making your way to Nashville’s Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park as soon as you get a chance. There are so many reasons to visit this beautiful park, but here are my top 5, plus some things that are good to know before you go!

The kids' first time at Nashville's Centennial Park - enjoying the swing! photo by Jenn at TheFunTimesGuide.com

Centennial Park Nashville: A Review Of The Playground & More

I love parks. My kids love parks. So we thought we would explore a little bit of Nashville’s beautiful Centennial Park the other day. There is so much to see and do there! Here’s a little about our first time visiting Nashville’s Centennial Park.

Aspen Grove Park: Hidden In The Heart Of Cool Springs, TN

Where I grew up in Florida, there were no parks like Aspen Grove Park to speak of where you could walk, run or bike. And, certainly, there were no bubbling streams and golf courses along the path. It’s easy to take for granted some of these parks right in our backyard. So don’t. Take advantage of them and see for yourself… we live in a beautiful place!