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Behind Nashville Christian School, Woodland Way winds through the wooded hills and knolls of Woodland Forest. This is the community’s main residential street, connecting it with commercial centers along Charlotte Pike (Highway 70) to the north. The street turns into Deer Pointe which wraps around a hill and ends in a cul-de-sac at the top of it.
If one were to travel on this wide, twisting, and hilly road, one could see how this place got its name. Woodland Forest is a growing community carved out from the lush wooded area between Charlotte Pike and Interstate 40.
The private K-12 school and nearby Western Hills Church of Christ are its main establishments. Much of the community between Forest Valley Drive to the west and Sawyer Brown Road to the northeast, are homes nestled between hills and forests.
The surrounding communities are on other side of highways. New communities filled with apartments, condominium complexes, and shopping centers are being established as Nashville starts to expand its western borders. However, when viewed from above, Woodland Forest looks like a community isolated by a sea of foliage.
To add to its rural feel, the vast forested region of Tennessee opens up to the west. Narrows of the Harpeth State Park and Cheatham State Wildlife Management Area to the northwest, and Hidden Lakes State Park to the southwest are not far.
This rustic Music City suburb is not exactly in the middle of nowhere. Interstate 40 and Charlotte Pike connect it to downtown. Also, to the east, Europa Go-Karts and Golf provides entertainment on Fridays when the Nashville Christian School Eagles are not playing football.
Woodland Forest may appear to be on the outskirts of a growing city, but it’s a small community where nature is on the side of Woodland Way.