Our Mission: To protect, preserve and promote the natural integrity of Radnor Lake through land acquisition, environmental education and park support.
Friends of Radnor Lake works to increase knowledge and awareness of the unique ecosystem and challenges of Radnor Lake.
The beauty and wonder that is Radnor Lake thrives thanks to the generosity of volunteers and donations from the local community. It's never too late to Be A Friend, and it's easy to do.
Hours: Saturday 1pm-Sunset, Wednesday 7am-1pm.
The Friends of Radnor Lake work to identify and acquire land that borders Radnor Lake State Natural Area. These efforts are designed to expand the natural area and protect sensitive areas from development.
Each year, Tennessee State Parks recognizes the excellent work done in parks throughout the state by giving out
Geography students from Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) participated in ongoing research at Radnor Lake
Radnor Lake State Natural area is open normal hours (6am-5:15pm-dark) today, however there is no power on the
Volunteer Day scheduled for Saturday, January 23rd has been cancelled. Our next Volunteer Day will be Saturday,
Friends of Radnor Lake and the Barbara J. Mapp Foundation funded five days of training for the park ranger staff
First Hike Series: New Year’s Day Hike at Radnor Lake State Natural Area On January 1st at 11am, 22 park visitors
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