Brentwood Tennessee Playgrounds

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brentwood_playground_river_park.jpgWhen the kids need to burn some energy, find a Brentwood playground nearby and take a mom-break.

You’ll all feel better.

Here are our mom-tested reviews of the best playgrounds in and around Brentwood!


Brentwood, TN Playgrounds

I keep finding more great playgrounds in Brentwood!

Below are links which will take you to detailed information and photos of each playground.


Perhaps Brentwood’s biggest and best, the Granny White Park playground is my personal favorite.


Granny White Park is located behind Maryland Farms, west of Franklin Road and south of Old Hickory Blvd. (on Granny White Pike). Our review gives it high marks for user-friendliness!

If you’re looking for a shady playground, head to Crockett Park. Its wooded play area may be hard to find, but the Crockett Park playground is worth the time. Kids love the dragon’s nooks and crannies!

One of the easiest-to-find playgrounds is located at River Park.


It lies next to the massive Brentwood Library on Concord Road. Be sure to read our review of River Park Playground for an important safety tip!

Also on Concord Road, Owl Creek Park is Brentwood’s newest playground. We loved Owl Creek’s spacious picnic pavilion, but our kids were WOWED by its climbing wall and triple slide.


Other Playgrounds Nearby

  • Fundom Kids is a huge indoor playground (former skating rink) just north of Nashville.


Here is a complete list of all Brentwood, Tennessee parks.


I'm a wife, mom of 4, and resident of Brentwood, Tennessee. I love finding fun new things for my family to see and do in Brentwood and the Nashville area!

One thought on “Brentwood Tennessee Playgrounds

  1. Anyone know of any ‘spraygrounds’ or splash pads in the Franklin/Brentwood area? The only ones I know of are in East Nashville, and that’s too far to drive for us. It’s just too hot to go to a playground unless there are some fun fountains of water shooting up from the ground 😉

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