Frankie Pierce Park
130 Lifeway Plz Nashville, TN 37203
6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily

Frankie Pierce Park

Named after the late and influential Black suffrage movement leader Juno Frankie (Seay) Pierce, Frankie Pierce Park is the largest public green space in the area and a vital segment of the City Central Greenway System around the urban core, connecting neighborhoods, schools, parks, and commercial districts. Located within 1,500 feet of the State Capitol, it's completing a link in the system and connecting Capitol View to a system of over 190 miles of biking and running trails throughout Davidson County that includes a children’s playground, dog park, yoga lawn, sand volleyball court, and lots of room for other outdoor activities.