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Narrows of the Harpeth

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AMAZING park for adventure-seekers!

This is an AMAZING, and BEAUTIFUL park! Very well-maintained and family friendly with supervision... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
bfpadma
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Clarksville, Tennessee
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Awesome beautiful fun

My daughter, cousin and myself decided on Labor Day to go canoeing here. The canoe was only about... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2018
Karol K
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Kingston Springs, TN 37082
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is an AMAZING, and BEAUTIFUL park! Very well-maintained and family friendly with supervision. This seems to be a very popular canoeing spot, and there are a few trails that are incredible, and also educational! Definitely WILL be back, perhaps many times! There is a...More

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Reviewed 16 June 2018 via mobile

My daughter, cousin and myself decided on Labor Day to go canoeing here. The canoe was only about $35 and a van takes you to the drop off point put your canoe in the water for you and off you go. We chose to do...More

Thank Karol K
Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile

The park is spread out and mainly for kayaking or hiking. Other than that, they're is very little to do.

Thank llhall01
Reviewed 12 October 2017

This is a most interesting place. Besides the natural beauty of the area, there is the historical significance of Montgomery Bell's tunnel through the bluff that separates the harpeth from itself at a location further downstream. The tunnel is 290 feet long, and has a...More

1  Thank john p
Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

We had seen photos of this place and decided to visit. It was a lot better in person. I had wanted to see the tunnel. The walk to it was no problem at all and awesome photo op. Parking was a bit of a hassle...More

Thank Milton H
Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

The river was up so we couldn't rent a kayak but we came here for a quiet minute on the water's edge. It was lovely and relaxing, just a couple of little walks and the river that goes under the hill is pretty impressive. Definitely...More

1  Thank Sam H
Reviewed 25 April 2017

Great little detour on our trip. Read about Montgomery Bell Tunnel before hand and went to find it! Super easy hike however a little hard to find where to park and where to walk. The parking area is a little farther (SW) from the beginning...More

Thank Bill85210
Reviewed 13 February 2017

This is a great local attraction for a short hike -- IF you can do a terrain-style walk or stairs this is a nice spot. No picnic area, limited parking.

Thank auntsusanelaine
Reviewed 12 November 2016

We had a great time! Beautiful mountain setting jus outside Nashville, just a quick detour off the highway. The guys that ran it were a hoot!

Thank nagelmom
Reviewed 6 September 2016

Decided to go hiking, was a busy day here (labor day) and I spoke with a park ranger on where to go and park seeing it was my first time here. walking back to my truck after hiking 3 hours here it is coming at...More

4  Thank Zack W
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