- TripBuzz found 83 things to do with kids in or near Ashland City, Tennessee, including 80 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Clarksville, Brentwood and Madison.
- From Blue Heron Cruises to Cumberland RIver Bicentennial Trail, the Ashland City area offers 62 different types of family activities, including: Bike Paths, Hiking Trails, Boat Tours and Parks.
- Ashland City is one of the rural towns that fall around the outskirts of Nashville. The town itself is located directly on the Cumberland River and offers many water-based activities like fishing, boating, and swimming. The substantial 32,000-acre Cheatham County Wildlife Management Area is adjacent to Ashland City, offering outdoor recreation and even hunting.
Within the Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary, there is 160 acres of land dedicated to conservation and native wildlife preservation. Many programs and events are held throughout the year to teach about and allow enjoyment of the environment as well as the animals.
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Specializing in pre-school and recreational gymnastics, Charles Harding Gymnastics & School Of Creative Arts offers children training for hand stands, flips, tumbling, and other skills. The facility is stocked with equipment like trampolines, beams, bars, vaults, rings, and more.
Visit a tropical paradise in the heart of Nashville at the Opryland Hotel Gardens. You don't have to a guest of the hotel to enjoy the 9-acres of gardens, waterfalls, and tropical landscaping throughout the facility.
Featuring both a 50 meter swimming pool and a smaller baby pool, the Beachaven Swimming Pool welcomes recreational swimmers as well as lap swimmers. The facility also has a bath house that can be rented.
Maintained by Williamson County Parks and Recreation, Grassland Park is a public recreation area offing baseball fields, tennis courts, a gazebo, sensory garden, picnic area, playground, walking trails, pavilion, concessions, restrooms youth baseball fields.
Located a few miles from Nashville is 904-acre Radnor Lake State Park where visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife. The park includes trails for hiking, picnicking and watching the deer, owls, and other animals that call this park home.
The Buckner Park Swimming Pool is a public pool open during the warmer months of the year. Guests at the pool commonly enjoy attending public swimming sessions or participating in the Summer Swim League provided by the pool.
Many animals are on exhibit at the Nashville Zoo, and visitors can ride a carousel and a train. Visitors can also attend animal shows, hear keeper talks, play on a jungle gym, and tour the Grassmere Historic Home built in 1810.