Richland Creek Greenway

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Richland Creek Greenway is one of many forming Nashville's system of greenways throughout the city. Nashville's greenways link neighborhoods, schools, shopping areas, the downtown area, offices, recreation areas, open spaces and other points of interest.

The Richland Creek Greenway is a multi-use trail that connects the neighborhoods of Sylvan Park and Cherokee Park with the shopping centers, entertainment areas and schools along White Bridge Pike via three access spurs. The greenway makes nearly a complete loop around McCabe Park, and a 1-mile portion of it follows the railroad tracks between White Bridge Pike and Cherokee Road.

Rail history buffs will want to stop at the White Bridge Road trailhead, where there is a historical marker for Dutchman’s Curve, the site of the Great Train Wreck of 1918, one of the worst rail accidents in the county's history.

Parking and Trail Access

You can access the greenway at the following locations:

  • Old White Bridge trailhead, 230 Kenner Avenue N.
  • White Bridge Road trailhead, 22 White Bridge Road
  • Lion's Head trailhead, 26 White Bridge Road
  • Neighborhood Connector, 4617 Sloan Road
  • Wyoming trailhead, 101 46th Avenue N.

Reviews

question about greenway access location

   February, 2014 by robertchatham

I absolutely love the Richland Park Greenway and consider it a wonderful feature of the Sylvan Park neighborhood. I just have a question about one of the greenway access locations listed on "Parking and Trail Access." It says that the Wyoming St. access ...read more

My Daily Trail

   November, 2013 by marijocook

This is where I ride for exercise, almost every day while the days are long, and a few times a week in the winter. I love it, but I wouldn't make a long trip in a car to ride it. It is short and it can be busy. To ride 5 entire miles you would have to ...read more

So convenient!

   November, 2011 by libu

The RC greenway is in my neighborhood and I'm just tickled pink! Aside from the recreational aspect, it provides residents with easy access to shopping and dining, as well as Nashville State Community College and Tennessee Technology Center. One thing ...read more