AdventureWorks - Nashville West | Kids Out and About Nashville

AdventureWorks - Nashville West

Address: 
1300 Narrows of the Harpeth Rd,
Kingston Springs , TN , 37082
Phone: (615) 297-2250
36° 8' 28.1796" N, 87° 7' 38.6148" W
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Adventureworks Nashville West adventure park is the place to come for unsurpassed outdoor beauty, fun and challenge. Our outdoor adventures include something for everyone! Zipline through the trees in our majestic old growth forest on 9 separate zip lines covering about 1.5 miles of terrain. This zip course is ideal for families and first-time zippers, (and everyone else looking for a fun adventure!)

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Challenge yourself on the treetop aerial adventure course! Test your skills on a 25-element challenge course full of swinging bridges, hanging vines, cargo nets, and much more. For a longer adventure at a great price try the zipline / aerial combo

Adventureworks Nashville West location loves to share your special day and is the perfect place for birthday parties. Check out our birthday packages!

 

Adventureworks is located on a 40 acre ridge-top adjacent to the Narrows of the Harpeth State Park, 25 miles west of Nashville. Encircled by the Harpeth River, the site offers panoramic vistas of surrounding countryside rich in both natural and historical significance. The location provides a perfect setting for relaxation, reflection, and of course, adventure.

 

DIRECTIONS:

Take I-40 West from Nashville (towards Memphis) to Exit 192, McCrory Lane. This is the first exit past Bellevue. Turn right and go one mile to a stop sign at the intersection of Highway 70. Turn left onto 70 and go approximately five miles and look for “Tip-A-Canoe” on left and “Foggy Bottom Canoe” on your right. Take the next immediate RIGHT at brown “Narrows of the Harpeth” state park sign before crossing bridge, this is Cedar Hill Road. (The corner of Highway 70 and Cedar hill road is presently under construction so the Cedar Hill Road sign will probably not be standing.) Go 2.8 miles to the brown park sign on left “Narrows of the Harpeth Historic Site”. Turn left at this sign onto Narrows of the Harpeth Road (not marked) and left again at the “Tunnel area /Canoe Ramp” sign. Go approximately one mile (over the ridge, along the river, past the “Dead End” sign) to our mail box on the left and our drive up the hill on the right. From downtown Nashville the drive takes approximately 40-45 minutes (if you don’t get lost!).

Open hours: 
Sunday: 12:00 pm-4:00 pm
Monday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Tuesday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Wednesday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Thursday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am-4:00 pm

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