Parkway Terrace (MDHA) is in between two neighborhood parks, Douglas Park and East Park. Meigs Middle School and the First Baptist Church are a part of the Parkway Terrace Community. Pleasant apartment complexes are available in the neighborhood.
The Parkway Terrace neighborhood is located in the culturally rich city of Nashville. Downtown Nashville, called The District, is a place of natural beauty. Sitting on the banks of the Cumberland River gives the city a breathtaking view of the river and the downtown skyline. At night, the colorful lights can be seen for miles. The General Jackson Showboat provides cruises down the Cumberland River. The midday and night cruises have wonderful entertainment and delicious food.
Nashville is considered to be the “Athens of the South” with its concrete replica of the Greek Temple in Centennial Park. The city takes great pride in its heritage. The Tennessee State Museum is one of the largest state museums in the country. The museum showcases Tennessee history as far back as prehistoric times.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum showcases two centuries of country music through video clips, recorded music, costumes, instruments, and live performances.
The Grand Ole Opry has broadcast a live radio program since 1925. Most of the greats from that time until now have been a part of the Opry’s performers.
The Parkway Terrace community takes pride in rooting for their home teams, the NHL Tennessee Predators and the NFL Tennessee Titans.
Radnor Lake State Park is a natural area of Nashville that provides a variety of scenic spots. It has many different natural habitats ranging from the lake to streams and placid sloughs. At the park, Parkway Terrace residents can enjoy canoe floats, wildflower walks, nature hikes, and cave ecology.