Continuing with our park series, we’re focusing on Franklin and the abundance of parks it has to offer. From grilling areas and disc golf courses to skate parks and playgrounds, you can find it in a Franklin Park. We’ve compiled a list of Franklin parks for you including a brief description of each one.
Aspen Grove Park: Located at 3200 Aspen Grove Drive, this 14-acre park contains a walking trail, a pavilion with a grill and a playground.
Dry Branch Water Quality Wetlands: Located at 7001 Moores Lane, this 6-acre passive, rustic park includes a natural walking path and is great for bird watching.
Fieldstone Park: Located at 1377 Hillsboro Road, the park contains four softball fields, concessions, a playground and picnic pavilions with grills.
Fort Granger: Located at 113 Fort Granger, this 14.5-acre park includes walking trails and is known for its great views of Franklin. It also has historic value as its perimeter is surrounded by trenches dug during the Civil War.
The Park at Harlinsdale Farm: Located at 239 Franklin Road, the 200 acres of rolling farmland contain a pond, a running track and a half acre dog park.
Jim Warren Park: Located at 705 Boyd Mill Ave, this 58-acre park contains 12 lighted baseball fields, 4 football fields, 8 tennis courts, two playgrounds, a skatepark, a basketball court and more.
Liberty Park: Located at 2080 Turning Wheel Lane, this 84.6-acre park includes baseball fields, a disc golf course, a playground and concessions.
Pinkerton Park: Located at 405 Murfreesboro Road, this 34-acre park contains a walking trail, playgrounds, pavilions and grills.
Winstead Hill Park: Located at 4023 Columbia Avenue, this 61-acre historic battle site has a walking trail and contains a Civil War Monument.
Enjoy Franklin this summer and the variety of activities available in each of the parks.