Walterhhill Floodplain | Tennessee Vacation

Walterhhill Floodplain

Walterhill Floodplain State Natural Area is a 34-acre natural area in Rutherford County. It is uniquely different from most natural areas in that it is primarily comprised of an agricultural field. Its main function as a natural area is to protect, maintain, and restore a healthy population of a rare plant species, the Stones River bladderpod (Lesquerella stonensis), which grows along the floodplains of Stones River from which it takes its name.

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