Green Hills Park is a 12 acre Metro park located next to John Trotwood Moore Middle School in Nashville, TN.
Park improvements since Friends of Green Hills Park formed in 2015: The Green Hills Festival has been held for four years in a row – attendance in 2019 was over 1800 and we raised over $14,000. Next year’s Festival will take place on September 12, 2020.
Parnassus donated a Little Library that has been installed at the Park, and regularly supplies books.
A water fountain, benches, and new trees have been added.
A $500,00 sidewalk was built in and alongside the park on Belmont Park Terrace. In the southwest corner, a new entrance and path were created. In the northwest corner, a sidewalk now connects the park to Arden Place.
A crosswalk now allows safer travel across Belmont Park Terrace to Castleman Drive.
Grassy berms have been added for play and picnics.
The entrance has been improved by removing the chain link fence and replacing it with a new park sign and wooden knee-rail fence. The Porta-potty has been hidden in a wood structure.
Improvements are being made to the wetlands, which feed into Browns Creek (and then to the Cumberland River). The improvements, which include the installation of dog waste stations and the removal of invasive plants and replacement with natives, are taking place in collaboration with the Cumberland River Compact.
The beginning of a natural obstacle course, with stumps and beams, has been installed.
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1200 Lone Oak Circle, Nashville, TN 37215
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