Radnor Lake Loop Trail

  • Beautiful fall foliage.


Dogs Yes

Bird Watching


Fall Foliage

3.2 (miles)



Minimal (Elev. Δ - ft)


Radnor Lake Loop Trail is an easy hike in Radnor Lake State Park near Nashville, Tennessee. This easy trail is great for those hiking with young kids. This trail is dog friendly, so long as your furry kids are on leash. Radnor Lake Loop Trail combines several of the park's trails to circle the lake. The hike showcases the park's incredible scenery and abundant wildlife. Take the east parking area take the access trail to the Ganier Ridge Trail and hang a left. You will soon reach the lake trail. Hang a right and follow the Lake trail along the north side of Radnor Lake. Head south across the Dam Walkway. Soon you will reach a fork. The South Cove Trail takes you through lush forest or the South Lake Trail meanders along the shore of the lake. You decide or do both! No camping is available at Radnor Lake State Park. The park says it "is perfect for nature enthusiasts to observe owls, herons and waterfowl as well as many species of amphibians, reptiles and mammals such as mink and otter. Hundreds of species of wildflowers, mosses, fungi, ferns and other plants as well as trees, shrubs and vines add to the natural ecological diversity of the area."

Red Tape

Entrance Free
Contact: Radnor Lake State Park 1160 Otter Creek Road Nashville, Tennessee 37220

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