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Local Hike at Beaman Park
Saturday, August 9th at 9am
Come out and join us this Saturday, August 9th at 9:00 a.m. as we hike Beaman Park here in Nashville. Enjoy a pleasant hike along Beaman Park’s Ridgetop Trail. The weather is supposed to be significantly cooler this weekend and we should have a great day for hiking. Bring hiking boots, snacks and water for an easy to moderate hike. We’ll meet at the Highland Trailhead in Beaman Park (Directions are below).
Beaman Park is Nashville’s newest park and one of its best kept secrets. Beaman Park features steep, forested slopes, with drier ridge tops and elevations just under 1000 feet. Deep hollows contain pristine springs and streams. The vegetation is incredibly diverse and includes many species of trees, wildflowers and countless species of wildlife. Everyone is welcome! Family, friends and dogs on leashes. After the hike we’ll go for brunch.
Take Briley Parkway to Exit 24, Ashland City Highway/State Route 12. Go south Hwy 12, away from Ashland City. Turn left at the flashing caution sign onto Eatons Creek Road. Go four miles, cross Old Hickory Blvd., turn left onto Little Marrowbone Road. The park entrance is 0.5 miles on the left (4111 Little Marrowbone Road). Go straight up the hill to the Highland Trailhead to access the Ridgetop Trail.
For more information, e-mail Mark or call 615-974-9489.
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