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.
Beech Bend Park has the feel of a state fair, amusement park and water park all rolled into one sweet package and tucked away in the beautiful country side of Bowling Green, Kentucky. This park boasts thrill rides, family rides, kiddie rides, a new addition to their Splash Lagoon water park, and a convenient campground.
A sprayground is a water playground consisting of a multiple groups of spray features surrounded by a kid-friendly playing surface. Spraygrounds are typically automated and use nozzles and shower-type heads to distribute the water. They sometimes include interactive features, as well. For example, some sprays can be activated by users touching a button which begins a computerized water sequence. Here are Nashville’s spray parks…
It was a scorching hot day in Franklin, Tennessee on the Fourth of July. Jim’s family — his brother, sister-in-law, and their 2 kids — were … Read more