Event Information
Volunteer Trail Build
Radnor Lake
Saturday, Nov 25, 2017 8:00 AM
Give back to the community and enjoy a day in nature!
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Volunteers, along with the Radnor Lake Ranger Staff, meet on the fourth Saturday of each month (except September, October & December) from 8 a.m. until noon at the Visitor Center off of Granny White Pike. Projects include exotic plant removal, mulching trails, and planting native vegetation. We enjoy our Monday night Radnor Lake Hikes so it's time to give back to the park we use so frequently!

Friends of Radnor Lake provides bottled water, insect repellent, gloves, and other supplies so all you need to do is show up ready to work!

When: Saturday, November 25th at 8am 
Where: Radnor Lake Visitor Center
West Parking Lot (via the Granny White Pike entrance only)
1156 Otter Creek Rd
Nashville, TN 37220
Cost: FREE and open to the public.

Trip Leader: Carl Hoagey

Difficulty:  Beginner friendly, all instructions and materials will be provided upon arrival.
Registration Deadline: Registration will close on Wednesday, Novemeber 22nd at 3pm.
Group Size Limit: 10 participants

Parking: Parking is free at the West Parking Lot.


Children Policy: This is a 16 and up event. Participants between the age of 16-18 should be in athletic shape with parental participation.
Dog Policy: Dogs are not permitted at Radnor Lake State Natural Area
Weather Policy: This is a lite rain or shine event, so bring your rain gear! This event will be cancelled with heavy rain or storms. Check the hourly weather forecast for zip code 37220.
Cancellation Policy: Registration is required to attend.


Registration is required, please e-mail teamgreen@lightning100.com with any questions!