Explore the Solitude of Bells Bend Park Bells Bend Park
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Explore the Solitude of Bells Bend Park Bells Bend Park
Explore the Solitude of Bells Bend Park
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Explore the Solitude of Bells Bend Park

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Located west of Nashville, you'll find a quiet, rural preserve known for its agricultural history shaped by the Cumberland River.

By Kelly Thomas
Despite its close proximity to metro Nashville, there's never more than a smattering of visitors at Bells Bend Park at any given time. The pastoral landscape is comprised of rolling hills and creeks meandering through the preserve, and the 808-acre park includes over six miles of trail, including several old farm trails. There's minimal elevation gain, so this is the perfect spot to take a stroll amongst nature if you aren't seeking a challenging hike. You'll likely spot an abundance of wildlife, particularly birds like sparrows and wrens, plus turtles and the occasional snake. Your four-legged friend is allowed to join you in the park as long as they are on a leash!

Bells Bend Park
4187 W Old Hickory Blvd
Nashville, TN 37218
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