When you live in Nashville you are not just part of a vibrant community full of great food, arts, and entertainment—you’re also close to a wide variety of great day trip destinations the whole family will love!
Mammoth Cave National Park
Less than 1 1/2 hours away from Nashville, located in central Kentucky, you will find Mammoth Cave National Park. Mammoth Cave is the largest cave system in the world and truly one of its kind. Established as a National Park in the 1940s, the park service offers several cave tours to visitors. Call 270-758-2180 for more information.
Stones River National Battlefied
Located only 35 minutes away from Nashville Stones River National Battlefield park offers 570 acres of walk and bike paths. A site of a decisive union victory the park offers a perfect opportunity to combine history and nature.
US Space and Rocket Museum
When you hear “NASA” and “rockets”, chances are you’ll think about Florida’s Space Coast. However, one of the most important sites for US space exploration is located in Huntsville, Alabama—not even 2 hours away from Nashville. The museum opened in 1970 and gives visitors a chance to experience interactive space exhibits, hardware going back to the Apollo Program, and much more!
Cedars of Lebanon State Park
Nashville and its surrounding areas are full of great state parks—and Cedars of Lebanon is a special gem. Not only will you find fantastic hiking trails but also a unique natural ecosystem of rock gardens called cedar glades. Located only 35 minutes outside of Nashville.
Rock City Gardens
You haven’t fully experienced Tennessee until you have visited Rock City Gardens right outside Chattanooga, only 2 hours away from Nashville. Breath taking views of seven states, a huge variety of plants, and great food options await you.
When you live in the Nashville area the options are truly endless—get in touch with me now for more tips on how to get the most out of living in Nashville!