- TripBuzz found 138 things to do with kids in or near Brentwood, Tennessee, including 121 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Franklin, Hendersonville and Murfreesboro.
- From The Monkey's Treehouse to Grassland Park, the Brentwood area offers 63 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Sports Facilities/Fields, Playgrounds and Recreation Centers.
- An upscale suburb of Nashville, many country singers and professional athletes make their home in Brentwood. The city also offers numerous outdoor parks with an array of equipment and facilities such as biking trails, Frisbee golf courses, picnic shelters, baseball fields and amphitheaters. Along with parks, the city features specialty shops and boutiques, as well as a variety of fine dining restaurants.
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With a variety of youth programs available, Williamson County Parks & Rec Dept has a fitness center, parks, and sports fields for the community. It also has a nine foot indoor pool for running laps.
The Brentwood Civitan Ball Park is a baseball park that is best known for its paved multi-use path. The park is primarily used for recreational little league baseball games and it also holds a baseball camp in the spring.
A seven acre park, Maryland Way Park has a trail for walking and jogging and features an interpretive display describing the history of the area. It also has benches and 11 exercise stations focused toward basic exercise activities.
Opened in 2014, Marcella Vivrette Smith Park sits within 400 acres of forested wildlife habitats and contains over 6 miles of hiking trails. The largely undeveloped park also includes the historic Ravenswood mansion built in 1825.
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.
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.