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Elmington Park

Elmington Park



Elmington Park, near the intersection of I-440 and West End Avenue, has numerous uses, many publics, and an ever-increasing presence. For more than 80 years, neighborhood children and adults, and West End students have enjoyed the Park’s playground, open field, shade trees, baseball diamond, tennis courts and picnic tables. Elmington Park (13.34 acres) is considered one of Nashville’s safest parks, and is recognized for contributing in numerous ways to the quality of life for many Nashvillians.

Elmington Park was created in 1927, when the Park Board purchased the land with a combination of public funds and private contributions. The park and nearby Richland golf course — now relocated — were originally part of Edwin Warner’s Elmington estate. West End School — then a high school and now a middle school — was built adjacent to the park in 1935, and the park was developed with Works Progress Administration Labor.


Elmington Park

3531 West End Avenue, Nashville, TN 37205


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