- 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.
Serving as a reminder of the past history of Franklin, the Miners Hall Museum gallery includes ancient miners hard hats, coal reports, contracts, and more. The museum is a great place to learn about the life of a miner.
Named for the Eastern Red Cedar trees throughout the area, the Cedars of Lebanon State Park offers many nature trails and the ability to study local ecosystems. Nineteen rare and endangered species of plants grow profusely in the region but nowhere else in the world.
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328 Cedar Forest Road, Lebanon, TN 37090 MoreLess Info
The Cedars of Lebanon State Park Swimming Pool is a family-oriented pool that offers affordable prices for family swimming. The facility does not sell concessions, but allows visitors to bring their own food and drink in coolers.
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Pembroke Road, Hopkinsville, KY 42240 MoreLess Info
Located on the grounds of one of the few documented trails and campgrounds used by the Cherokee when they were banished from the land, the Trail of Tears Commemorative Park & Heritage Center holds every year a festival dedicated to the native's rich history.
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3501 Old Nashville Highway, Murfreesboro, TN 37129 MoreLess Info
The site of one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Civil War, the Stones River National Battlefield, is dedicated to the 81,000 soldiers who fought here for control of middle Tennessee. The on-site museum manages a large collection of memorabilia and exhibits.