Promoting the development and enjoyment of Tennessee trails.
This 200 acre park is the newest addition to Thompson’s Station. Formerly a local grazing pasture, this property was once part of the Battle of Thompson’s Station, a noteworthy confederate victory in the Civil War. The Battlefield Trail markers in Preservation Park were developed and sponsored through a partnership with the Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area.
The majority of the parkland is maintained in a land trust with the State of Tennessee to ensure its protection. Not only did the Town wish to pursue this preservation of our heritage, but also intended to implement the vision of providing a regional greenway that would provide healthy opportunities for the community to engage with nature. Preservation Park is predominantly in a natural state and offers some of the best natural beauty in the region with trails that meander through the park with magnificent views. Location: Address for this park is 1600 Thompson’s Station Road W in Thompson’s Station, TN.
Since this is located between Franklin and Spring Hill, we will meet at the trailhead at 9:00 a.m. on New Year’s Day. Please review the rules for pets in this park as a number of parks are not allowing pets OR they are authorizing their employees/rangers to enforce the pet rules as printed.
Jane Coffey: email@example.com