Our Mission: To protect, preserve and promote the natural integrity of Radnor Lake through land acquisition, environmental education and park support.
by Mary Hance, firstname.lastname@example.org September 16, 2016 (Photo: Robin Conover) I know that with a million annual visitors, beloved Radnor Lake State Natural Area does not need any more publicity or any more hikers on its crowded trails. But ever since I read about the latest phase of land that was recently added to this pristine urban state park, I have wanted to get out there and see the new digs. I love Radnor's trails and walk the main 2.4 mileRead more
By Jen French, Saturday, December 26, 2015 What's left of Christmas trees have paved the trails of Radnor Lake for more than a decade minus the ornaments. Yelling 'timber' in the peaceful park of Randor Lake doesn't mean a tree's life is over. Clean Earth Collections is turning leftover holiday lumber into leisurely trails by mulching them. The woodchips start forming walkways every year in late January. Click here for the WZTV, FOX 17 news story.Read more
by Holly Meyer, The Tennessean Once the eggnog is gone and the presents are unwrapped consider giving your real Christmas tree another life by donating it to the Trees to Trails Collection program at Radnor Lake State Natural Area.... Click here to read the Tennessean article.Read more
The Tennessean, by Holly Meyer, email@example.com 6:45 p.m. CST December 19, 2015 Click for a great article in The Tennessean regarding bird species at Radnor Lake State Natural Area.Read more
by Holly Meyer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 11/13/2015 Fifty-two acres of undeveloped ridgetop property will be added to the Radnor Lake State Natural Area, creating future opportunities for new trails and additional parking. The land owned by the Harris family abuts with Franklin Pike and can be seen from Interstate 65, said Steve Ward, Radnor Lake park manager. The state and park leaders announced the $3.2 million acquisition plans during a FridayRead more