• Surface Area: 82 Acres
Radnor Lake was created by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company in 1914. The state eventually purchased the property in 1973 and created the State's first Natural Area.
Radnor Lake State Natural Area is located in Nashville, Tennessee. The nature preserve lies in the heart of Nashville. Four unpaved trails wander through the woods surrounding the lake, sightings of animals including river otters, beavers, mink, muskrat, bobcat, coyote and the white-tailed deer. There is also a visitor's center open daily. It is a day use only Natural State Park, meaning there is no camping in the park.