Activities & Resources
Warner Parks050in Nashville, TN 37221
about Warner Parks:
Edwin Warner Park is home to Nashville's oldest model airplane flying field, dating back to the 1940's. The Edwin Warner Model Aviators, an AMA charted group, has an active membership and can be seen flying models most weekdays at the park. Flying hours are Mon-Fri 8am-3pm.
Picnic shelters may be reserved for small gatherings (less than 300 people) for $15/half day (dawn-3pm or 3pm-11pm) or $25/day (dawn-11pm). Larger groups pay a larger fee.
The Nature Center offers a wide range of environmental education programs, educator training workshops, outdoor recreation programs, and other special activities for people of all ages. It's also a jump-off point for exploring the park trails.
The Nature Center's campus includes the Milbrey Warner Waller Library, the Emily Warner Dean Administration Building the Susanne Warner Bass Learning Center (which houses a natural history museum and programming space), a working organic garden with a modern greenhouse and a cedar shadehouse, a wildflower garden, a starting point for twelve miles of hiking trails, the Frist teaching pond, and beautiful grounds landscaped with native plants.