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Colors of Nashville: The Top Places To See Fall Colors In and Around Nashville

Colors of Nashville: The Top Places To See Fall Colors In and Around Nashville/Antioch

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Popular opinion suggests that, next to Virginia, Nashville has the best Fall foliage in the United States. This conclusion is based on the weather conditions and general color scheme in the Music City during this magnificent season. If you feel motivated to explore Nashville this season, then our experienced limo Nashville specialists know just where to look; we have compiled a list of some of the best locations, in and around the music city, with the most spectacular fall foliage views.

Old Natchez Trace

The Old Natchez Trace is a historic forest trail that spans over 440 miles from Tennessee to Mississippi. If you are in Nashville we recommend that you take the Western entry point near the Loveless CafĂ©. This entry point will immediately lead you to a large bridge where you will get a bird’s eye view of the forest’s Fall foliage. At Old Natchez Trace, you can either explore the forest in a vehicle or take one of the many hiking trails for a better opportunity to take in the scenery and immortalize the memory in photos.

The Whitestone Country Inn

Located along Paint Rock Road in Kingston, slightly over 100 miles from Nashville, the Whitestone Country Inn sits on 360 acres of perfectly manicured lawns that overlook Watts Bar Lake’s waterfowl refuge. The Whitestone Country Inn also offers guests 8 miles of pristine trails with some of the amazing Fall foliage scenes you will ever see in Nashville and its surroundings. You could also choose to take that special someone on the popular ‘marriage walk’ and create romantic memories that will last you a lifetime.

Fall Creek Falls State Park

Fall Creek Falls State Park is one of the largest and most popular state parks in Tennessee, spanning over 26,000 acres across two counties; Van Buren and Bledsoe. This state park is only 115 miles, or a two-hour drive away from Nashville. Here you will get to enjoy several lush waterfalls including Cane Creek Falls, Piney Falls, and the Cane Creek Cascades. Take a short walk that leads you directly to the lookout for spectacular Fall foliage views.

Radnor Lake State Park

Head over to Radnor Lake State Park in Oak Hill; a 17-minute drive from the city. The park spans over 1,300 acres and, in addition to all the wonderful colors you will get to see, you will also get glimpses of a variety of wildlife. There are numerous trails you can choose from, but we recommend the main trail winding around the lake’s circumference, which offers guests plenty of impressive foliage viewing points.

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