During these challenging times, Warner Parks, our Sanctuary in the City, remains a place where we can revel in nature, walk among the wildflowers, read a book on the banks of the little Harpeth, or stroll under the canopy of trees…like Nashvillians have done for nearly 100 years.
As part of Mayor Cooper’s Safer at Home order, Nashville’s city parks, including the Warner Parks, remain open to date. We encourage you to take all measures to keep yourself and your family safe. Therefore, if you use Warner Parks, we ask that you please do so with extra care in the upcoming weeks. Please remember:
We encourage your family’s health and safety. If you and yours are feeling well and will follow these rules of today’s new “normal”, we hope you’ll connect with nature in Warner Parks. For now, just keep your distance and wave at your fellow humans as you hike by. Hopefully, our current struggles and physical separations will soon be behind us.
As the situation is changing daily, we'll continue to keep you up to date on news related to the Parks.
With hope and gratitude,
Jenny Hannon, Executive Director