Volunteer, TSRA Stones River Access Construction
Feb 23&24 & March 2&3
0900AM - 0430PM
We can use your help for any part off the four days.
Choose a day from our calendar.
2330 Jackson Downs Blvd Nashville, TN 37214
Google Map link
No experience required. Dress to get dirty. Wear protective footwear & gloves.
Build a Stones River Canoe & Kayak access at the Khol's trailhead of the Stones River Greenway under the HWY 70 bridge.
Tennessee Scenic Rivers Association
Nashville Metro Parks and Recreation
Water Access and Blueways
Davidson County lies entirely within the Cumberland River drainage, and that river bisects the county from east to west. The Cumberland is joined by the Stones River above downtown Nashville. The Harpeth River skirts the southwest edge of the county, but its confluence with the Cumberland is further downstream in Cheatham County. In addition to the three rivers, numerous creeks and smaller tributaries flow into the three rivers. Each of the rivers and some of the tributary streams are large enough to support use by recreational canoers and kayakers, at least for a large part of the year.