Harpeth River Greenway is one of many forming Nashville's system of greenways throughout the city. Nashville's greenways link neighborhoods, schools, shopping areas, the downtown area, offices, recreation areas, open spaces and other points of interest. The Harpeth River Greenway is a series of four disconnected, multi-use trails that run along the Harpeth River in suburban Nashville. The various segments serve a variety of communities and parks throughout the city. The segments are known locally as: Harpeth Youth Soccer Association, from Harpeth River Park, across the river to a loop in Bellevue Park and return. There are plans to build a connector trail from the shopping center off US 70S/SR 1/Memphis-Bristol Hwy. Morton Mill, follows Morton Mill Road from Old Harding Pike north. Future plans will connect this segment with the Harpeth Youth Soccer Association segment. Warner Park to Bellevue Exchange Club, from near the end of McPherson Drive along the river to Edwin Warner Park. There are two spurs at the park: one short spur follows the river (875 feet) and the other heads north away from the river toward SR 100. Riverwalk, from the end of Wood Stream Drive along the river north then west to near the end of Westvale Drive in the same subdivision. There are access spurs from the subdivision at Watervale, Rivervalley, Bridgeport and Westvale drives.
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