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Cecil Rhea Crawford Park

This park is tucked into the residential area of Antioch, quiet and hidden, at 6.25 acres. The park itself hosts the Cane Ridge Community Center, a 100+ year old building that was originally a two-room school house that served the community until it was outgrown in 1952. It was then turned into a community center, still active today, hosting between 5-10 events a month. Cecil Rhea Crawford purchased the land, being a successful classically trained musician, and donated the land to the city of Nashville, under request of anonymity until his death. Upon his death at 1971, the city named it after him. The park today has a small playground, and a community garden, and six acres of rolling greenery.


Name: Cecil Rhea Crawford Park

Address: 6043 Cane Ridge Rd, 37013

History: 4 out of 5

Walkability: 2 out of 5

Kid Like-ability- 3 out of 5

Date Night-ability- 3 out of 5

Charm: 4 out of 5






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