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Parks and Recreation

Ravenwood Park Master Plan

Stones Building and Tree Stones - Ravenwood bridge

Located on a major bend in the Stones River and including property that was once the Ravenwood Country Club, Ravenwood Park will be one of Nashville's next regional parks. Stones County Context

Ravenwood site property map

Ravenwood Park, uniquely surrounded by almost four miles of highly scenic river frontage, is only a few miles from downtown Nashville. It is tucked off of Lebanon Road between the Donelson and Hermitage neighborhoods in a large bend of the Stones River just south of the confluence of the Stones River and the Cumberland River. The farm is extraordinarily beautiful and has a rich history.

The Stones River greenway currently runs along the edge of the site connecting this large park to Shelby Bottoms to the west and the Percy Priest Dam to the east. Stone hall, the local historic landmark known as the Donelson Home was acquired in 2007 and sits at the front of the site along Lebanon Pike.

Phase One Plans

Metro Parks and the design team are finalizing construction documents for phase one of the park project. Construction is projected to begin in Spring 2020.

Phase One Plan

Ravenwood PArk Phase One Rendering

Final Master Plan Presentation

The final master plan book was presented to the community in December 2017. The full plan is now available for download.

Stones River Bend Park Master Plan

Stones River Phase 1

Want to know more about park planning county-wide? Check out the Plan To Play county-wide master plan for an overview of the facilities and programs typical in a Regional Park.

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Stones Rock Outcrop

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