Fairview Parks Department

CITY OF FAIRVIEW
PARKS DEPARTMENT
Bowie Nature Park is the cornerstone of the Parks System in the City of Fairview. As our community grows we continue to develop smaller parks around the city to provide green space as well as areas for recreation and even historic preservation. Below is a listing of the parks currently in our system:

Parks Program Director

Nancy Jackson
Parks Naturalist: Haley Stoever
  • TEL: (615) 799-5544
  • FAX: (615) 799-2076

THE FAIRVIEW PARKS SYSTEM

BOWIE NATURE PARK

Located off Highway 100 approximately 1 mile west of the Highway 100/96 interchange. Bowie Nature Park is home to a Nature Center, over 14 miles of trails, 5 lakes, a large playground, an outdoor classroom, shelters, picnic tables and grills. Bowie Nature Park Activities include: Nature Programs, Camps, Hiking, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Concerts, Picnicking and Bicycling in the 700+ acres. The Nature Center in Bowie Nature Park houses the Bowie Museum, live animals, a classroom and the offices for the Parks Department Staff. Future plans include an ADA accessible trail.

Veterans Memorial Park

Located on Black Pine Road in the Evergreen Industrial Park just off New Hope Road at Highway 96. Veterans Memorial Park is home to a lake, walking/running trail and picnic areas. It is also the home to the annual Fishing Rodeo held in June of each year. Future plans include a memorial to veterans and an ADA accessible trail.

Historical Village

Located at Highway 100 and Deer Ridge Road on the west side of town directly across from the Williamson County Recreation Center. Historical Village is currently home to three buildings of local historical importance: Triangle School, Boone Street Medical Clinic and Jingo Post Office. Future plans include a Farmer’s Market pavilion on the property and additional community events.

WELCOME TO THE NEW FAIRVIEW-TN.ORG

A ZERO-COST UPDATE IN SUPPORT OF THE BOWIE PARK PLAYGROUND RESTORATION PROJECT

With professional services equating to thousands of dollars in time, the redesign of this website has been fully donated to the City & Citizens Of Fairview.

The site’s developers encourage other businesses who serve the local government and general public to engage using their own creative ideas in support of this much beloved Bowie Nature Park resource in the spirit of community and value added service.