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Parks and Recreation

Trail Users: Resources and Rules

Peeler walk 100
Peeler Park Greenway, Mayor's Walk 100, 2012

Nashville has a rich variety of trails, trail groups, and trail advocates, all contributing to a trail network of more than 270 miles for hiking, biking, mountain biking, horseback riding and paddling.

One biker on a trail

Greenways and Trails Related Links

Posted Rules

Paved trails are two-way and multi-use

No motorized vehicles on the trails

Please Follow These Rules

  • Maximum speed on trail is 15 mph
  • Keep to the right; pass on the left
  • Keep pets on-leash not exceeding 6 ft.
  • Bicyclists and skaters yield to pedestrians
  • Give audible signal when passing
  • Stay on designated trails
  • Put trash in receptacles at trailheads
  • Open daily from dawn to dusk

Safety Is Our Highest Priority

  • Enjoy the greenway with a friend
  • Leave valuables at home
  • Take care keys with you
  • Trails and bridges may be slippery or uneven
  • Trail is subject to flash flooding; exit the greenway immediately during heavy rains

Notice - Prohibited Items

  • No Drugs and No Alcohol
  • No Motorized Vehicles
  • No Horses
  • No Hunting

Important Phone Numbers

  • Metro Parks Police 615-862-8600
  • Metro Parks Office 615-862-8400
  • Emergency 911

Americans With Disabilities

For ADA Accommodations, please contact 615-862-8400.