Centennial Park: An oasis away from the burbs...right in the city. 

Centennial Park is one of Nashville's premier parks located on West End and 25th Avenue North. 132-acres right in the middle of the city is comprised of the iconic Parthenon, a one-mile walking trail, Lake Watauga, the Centennial Art Center, historical monuments, an arts activity center, a beautiful sunken garden, a band shell, an events shelter, sand volleyball courts, 2 dog parks, and an exercise trail. Thousands of people visit the park each year to visit the museum, see exhibits, attend festivals, and just enjoy the beauty of the park.

Curious for more activities? Visit nearby Centennial Sportsplex, a multi-faceted sports complex with indoor swimming, an 18,500sf gym complete with ACSM certified staff & trainers, 13 outdoor tennis courts, and an indoor ice-skating arena that is open year-round.

 

Nearby Recreation

Closest Parks
Centennial Park :: 600 yards away
Elmington Park :: 1230 yards away
McCabe Park :: 2640 yards away

Closest Golf & Tennis
McCabe Golf Course :: 2640 yards Centennial Sportsplex :: 1250 yards away

Closest Ice Skating & Swimming Pool
Centennial Sportsplex :: 1250 yards away

Closest Gym & Fitness Classes
Centennial Sportsplex :: 1250 yards away

 

Reviews

 
Centennial Sportsplex

“If you live in Nashville, this place completely spoils you. Compared to other big city anything plexes, this place is a dream.  State-of-the-art gym equipment, swimming pool, skating rink, tennis and more!”

— Hal W.

McCabe Golf Course

“McCabe is my favorite city owned course on days that I want to practice chipping, putting, or hit the range. It is a fun course to play on the weekends as long as you have a tee time.  Truly a golf oasis in a busy part of town”

— Jiffy D.

Centennial Park

“Absolutely a must-see landmark in Nashville. Just a few streets away from the Vanderbilt University, Centennial Park is an expansive green space hosting everything from the Parthenon to activity centers, and even dog parks. Plenty of parking, picnic tables, and playground areas plus distinct features like an outdoor theater and duck pond.”

— Sherry Y.