Articles for tag: animals, Nashville TN, parks, pets

Dog Parks In Brentwood, Franklin, And Nashville, TN

Looking for a dog park in Brentwood? While there's not a dog park in the city of Brentwood, there are two dog parks nearby: Maggie's Bark Park in Franklin and the Edwin Warner Dog Park in West Nashville. We also include information for the Centennial Park, Shelby Park, and Murfreesboro dog parks in Middle Tennessee.

Weddings at Cool Springs House

What is that gorgeous historic home doing at the entrance to Crockett Park? Why is it called Cool Springs House if it isn't in Cool Springs? Get the scoop on Brentwood's most affordable historic wedding site, the Cool Springs House.

6 Reasons To Join The Nashville Zoo

If you are considering purchasing membership at the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere or are visiting for the first time, this article is for you. Learn about the various aspects of the zoo and all of the reasons you should be there!

Tower Park Walking Paths In Brentwood, Tennessee

I recently spent an afternoon at Tower Park recently with my daughter and our bicycles. She is just learning the rules of riding on a greenway with so many other people so I was very happy to have a less crowded park to try out for that. Here's why we like Tower Park in Brentwood, TN.

5 Fun New Things To Do In Brentwood TN

I've noticed 5 fun new things about living in Brentwood TN this year! Here's information on the newest Brentwood park, the Maryland Farm's YMCA's cool new kids pool, Brentwood City Commission meeting webcasts online, and the new Harpeth River Watershed signs you see on I-65.

Brentwood Tennessee’s Crockett Park Disc Golf Course

Disc golf is Crockett Park's fun thing to do in spring! Let the members of the Williamson County Disc Golf club welcome you to this fun sport on March 8th. They will hold a free skills clinic and tournament at Crockett Park's 18 hole disc golf course. If you're not sure what disc golf is (I wasn't!), watch this hilarious YouTube video for an introduction to disc golf!

Boiling Springs Academy In Primm Park

Tucked behind a Native American village mound lies one of Brentwood's oldest structures. The Boiling Springs Academy on Moores Lane East was donated by the Primm family when the Montclair subdivision was built. Now restored, this 1833 schoolhouse is the centerpiece of Primm Park (also the entrance to Brentwood's bikeway).