More than 60 percent of Bellevue is protected by land conservation. The rolling hills and the meandering Harpeth River create the perfect spot for Nashville residents (and visitors) who want to leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind. The Bellevue community is home to many great outdoor recreational parks and activity centers, and is proud to be the northern trailhead for the unique 444-mile Natchez Trace Parkway.
Bellevue is home to the “crown jewel” of Metro Parks — the Warner Parks, the largest municipally administered parks in Tennessee that together span 2,684 acres of forest and field. A half a million people visit Edwin and Percy Warner parks annually to utilize picnic areas, scenic roadways and overlooks, hiking trails, equestrian center and horse trails, cross country running courses, golf courses, athletic fields, and other amenities. Warner Parks is also an important historical community resource listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Bellevue is a nature lover’s paradise!