Radnor Lake State Park, is a 1,333 acres nature preserve lies just outside Nashville. HIKE STATS: Meeting Time: 9:00 a.m. for a 9:15 start. If you choose to come from the Franklin Road side, you may join us at the East Parking Lot at 10:15 a.m. Hike Distance: 5 miles takes 2 hours Event Leader: Hassan We'll start at the Granny White Pike entrance West parking lot, hike to Ganier Ridge and East Parking Lot for a quick break, then continue to South Cove Trail or Lake Trail and back to West parking area. Pets are not allowed on the trails. *This hike includes a couple of steep hills, please take into consideration. Hike with us to the ridges (Ganier, South Cove or Lake Trail) for an approximate 5 mile hike that is moderate to strenuous. Or branch off for a 2 1/2 mile easy loop around the lake. ***Note that on good weather days Radnor parking can get crowded. Please allow plenty of travel time and observe all traffic flow and parking rules posted. There is not a sign for Radnor Lake on Granny White Pike or Franklin Road. Look on the map for where Otter Creek Road intersects Granny White Pike or Franklin Road and turn there.