Mill Creek Greenway
9.8 miles, paved
The Mill Creek Greenway follows Mill Creek, a stream that meanders from its source near Nolensville across southeaster Davidson County before giving its waters to the Cumberland River opposite Shelby Bottoms. The creek corridor runs alongside both developed and channelized areas, existing as a haven for a variety of wildlife that can be observed from the greenway. The greenway consists of six segments:
Whitsett Park Segment: 1.2 miles
Trail with creek access, connecting a playground and picnic pavilion to open space and a community garden.
Ezell Park Segment: 1.3 miles
Trail that includes access to the creek.
Blue Hole Road Segment: 1.8 miles
Trail linking Antioch Community Center with Antioch Middle School.
Rivendell Segment: 1.0 miles
Loop along the creek in the Rivendell subdivision.
Orchard Bend Park/Mill Creek Park Segment
Orchard Bend Park: 2.5 miles
Trail that connects the greenway trail at Mill Creek Park to soccer fields and playground at Orchard Bend Park, creek access at the Pettus Road bridge and Thurgood Marshall Middle/A.Z. Kelley Elementary School campuses.
Mill Creek Park: 2.0 miles
Trail along the creek connecting several neighborhoods to the new segment linking to Orchard Bend Park.
Whitsett Park: 379 Wimpole Dr
Ezell Park: 5135 Harding Pl
Blue Hole Road: 5023 Blue Hole Rd
Rivendell: 5565 Hickory Park Dr
Orchard Bend: 5605 Pettus Rd
Pettus Road Access: 5839 Pettus Rd
Chandler Cove Access: 3539 Chandler Cove Way
5023 Blue Hole Road, Antioch, TN 37013
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