Friends of Radnor Lake protects, preserves and promotes the natural integrity of Radnor Lake through land acquisition, environmental education, and park support.
Radnor Lake is Tennessee's First Natural Area. Learn more about the park's rich history.
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Pictured above: Sunset from the Lake Trail (bench #24). All photos taken by Park Manager Steve Ward. We hope that you will enjoy our pictures of the day.
Spring wildflower Bluebells blooming at RLSNA.
Spring wildflowers on the South Lake Trail (tall left Dutchmans Breeches with spring beauties in backrgound)
March 27th, 2020 Pix of the Day RLSNA by S. Ward
South Cove Trail surrounded by a blanket of spring wildflowers in full bloom
South Cove Trail
Wildflowers (spring beauty) on the South Cove Trail.
Example of social distancing on the Lake Trail during morning hike.