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.
With miles of hiking trails and an abundance of wildlife, there's always something to discover at Radnor Lake. Plan your next adventure today.
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At no charge, two all-terrain wheelchairs are available at the Visitor Center for use on the road, Spillway Trail, and Lake Trail. To make your reservation for a wheelchair, please call (615) 373-3467 twenty-four hours in advance. Please download a liability form, fill it out, and bring it with you when you visit the park.
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The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation is committed to principles of equal opportunity, equal access, and affirmative action. Contact EEO/AA Coordinator at (888) 867-7455 or the ADA Coordinator at (866) 253-5827 for further information. People with hearing loss may use the Tennessee Relay Service (800) 848-0298.