Kingston Springs City Park

Address: 501-589 Co. Hwy 1931 Kingston Springs, TN Phone: (615) 952-9885
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This park has 23 acres located along the scenic Harpeth River. See the old railroad bridge pilings, built during the Civil War as part of the Nashville-Johnsonville Railroad. Take advantage of the 1-mile walking trail along the river. Across the street LL Burns Park, also has walking trails and a wildlife sanctuary.


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