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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Steve Ward, Park Manager, Steve.Ward@tn.gov
Lyndy Maness, Administrative Assistant, Lyndy.Maness@tn.gov
Ann Duncan, Receptionist, Ann.Duncan@tn.gov
Paul Schauer, Park Ranger, Paul.Schauer@tn.gov
Matthew Bowling, Park Ranger, Matthew.Bowling@tn.gov
Brandon Jarrett, Park Ranger, Brandon.Jarrett@tn.gov
Dameon Fontenot, Park Ranger, Dameon.Fontenot@tn.gov
Jack Foresman, Park Ranger, Jack.Foresman@tn.gov
Mackenzie Maness, Seasonal Interpreter/Recreator
Taylor Smith, Ranger Aide
Grace Kueker, Ranger Aide
Shawn Byington, Ranger Aide
Park Rangers attend training for certifications which include Birds of Prey Care, Canoe Instructor, Chainsaw Operator, Law Enforcement, and Wildfire Behavior.