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Radnor Lake, an 85-acre lake provides the Granberry community with hiking trails for hikers. The picturesque background creates a breathtaking experience on the hiking trails. The lake was impounded in 1914 by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company to furnish water for steam engines and livestock and now it is a wildlife sanctuary. Radnor Lake Natural Area and Wildlife Refuge is the largest compartment of wilderness in the United States that is in proximity to a city.
The Radnor Lake State Park also has many scenic areas and a diversity of natural habitats. There is an abundance of wildlife and plants. The park offers canoe floats, cave ecology, wildflower walks, astronomy night hikes, and much more to the Granberry community.
The Cumberland River is another source of beauty and enjoyment for the Granberry residents. The river travels over six hundred miles. Nashville, Tennessee is located on the Cumberland River. Residents can take cruises on the Cumberland River on the General Jackson Showboat, an historic 300-foot long boat. The showboat is named after the first steamboat to operate on the Cumberland River in 1817. The cruises are scenic and have world-class entertainment and food.
Nashville is known for its music. The Grand Ole Opry hosts live, weekly concerts featuring top names in country music and other music genres. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum features exhibits which tell the story of country music. The exhibits include video clips, recorded music, costumes, instruments, and live performances.
Nashville, Tennessee, is a source of beauty, entertainment, and enlightenment year round.