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 is working to add 34 critical acres to the natural area, providing the opportunity for additional parking and protecting the land from development forever! Read more and see how you can help.
On February 21st and 22nd, 2017 the Radnor Lake Staff participated in two days of birds of prey training by our
On February 10th, Tennessee Division of Natural Areas Director Roger McCoy, Dr. D. Estes of APSU, and Friends
Come help park staff remove invasive-exotic plants at Radnor Lake on Saturday, March 4th. Volunteers are asked
Students and faculty from Brentwood Academy came to Radnor Lake on Monday, January 30th to help the park staff
On Saturday, January 28th over 35 volunteers came to Radnor Lake to work with the park staff on two projects:
Pictured Above: 9am New Year's Day Hike. Picture by Dustin Crowell Park Rangers Dustin Crowell and
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