Top 7 places to see fall leaves in Mid Tennessee

NASHVILLE, Tenn - Peak foliage season may be winding down but some Middle Tennesseans spent their morning taking in nature's beautiful red, orange and yellow leaves.

Here are the Top 7 Places to see fall leaves.

1. Long Hunter State Park

2. Montgomery Bell State Park

3. Natchez Trace

4. Radnor Lake

5. Shelby Bottoms Greenway

6. Tims Ford State Park

7. Warner Parks

 

 

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