Brentwood Park Guide

Although the spring and summer seasons usually drive more traffic to our local parks, there are days in all the seasons where a dash out to the park can brighten your day with a run, walk, play, or simply witnessing the wonderful nature we have in Middle Tennessee.  To help you venture out, here is a guide to the local Brentwood parks.

  • Concord Park: 8109 Concord Rd - 40-acre park surrounding the Brentwood Library includes open areas for flying kites, family picnics, practice fields, and multi-use trail
  • Crockett Park: 1500 Volunteer Parkway - more than 164 acres and home to Eddy Arnold Amphitheater where summer concerts and July 4th fireworks are normally held.  Includes 7 lighted tennis courts, restrooms, concessions, 8 lighted ball fields, 11 multi-purpose fields, multi-use trails, 2 historic homes, community playground, picnic shelters.
  • Deerwood Arboreturn & Nature Center: 320 Deerwood Lane - 27 acres bordering the Little Harpeth River on the west side of the city.  Features include a collection of native trees, plant life, wildlife, 2 ponds, a one-mile bike path, outdoor classroom, educational amphitheater, multi-use trail with 2 bridges linking the Wildwood/Laurelwood community to the Arboreturn.
  • Flagpole Park:  end of Murray Ln - over 8 acres that include 2 unlighted multi-use fields, walking/jogging path.
  • Granny White Park: 610 Granny White Pike - 30 acres featuring 3 lighted ball fields, 4 lighted tennis courts, 2 sand volleyball courts, a multipurpose field, large pavilion, playground area, lighted walk/jog trail.
  • Marcella Vivrette Smith Park:  1825 Wilson Pike - 398 acres located at the intersection of Wilson Pike and Split Log Rd.  Includes hiking trails, renovated Ravenswood mansion available for events.  Future expansion and features coming.
  • Margaret Hayes Powell Park:  Virginia Way & Granny White Pike - 22 acres that includes a 1-mile paved multi-use trail and a .4 mile trail in the wooded portion of the park.
  • Maryland Way Park:  5055 Maryland Way - 7 acres within the Maryland Farms office park that includes a walk/jog trail and fitness trail stations.
  • Owl Creek Park:  9751 Concord Road - 21 acres that include a large picnic shelter, spacious playground, basketball courts, walking paths, and restroom facilities.
  • Primm Park:  Moores Lane East just before Wilson Pike - 31 acres that include the historic Boiling Spring Academy structure and prehistoric Native American Mound Site.
  • River Park:  Fox Valley Drive & Concord Rd - over 70 acres along the Little Harpeth River featuring children's playground, basketball courts, picnic shelter, and the trailhead for the multi-use trail.
  • Tower Park:  Heritage Way near WSM Tower - 50 acres of multi-use trails, fields, natural open spaces, and Nutro Dog Park.