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About Two Rivers Park, Nashville

The Metro Nashville Skatepark (also known as Concrete Wave Country or Two Rivers Skatepark) is a public concrete skatepark located in Nashville, Tennessee. It occupies approximately 22,000 square feet (2,000 m²) in Two Rivers Park adjacent to Nashville's public wave pool, Wave Country. The park is open year-round from dawn until 11 pm, and allows skateboards, in-line skates, and BMX bikes. The skatepark consists of three different areas of skate terrain that range in size from small street obstacles to a 10 foot (3 m) deep bowl (combi-pool) with pool coping known as the General Jackson in honor of the General Jackson riverboat. The mid-sized flow bowl is known as the Wabash Cannonbowl in honor of the popular Wabash Cannonball rollercoaster ride at Nashville's Opryland USA theme park, which closed in 1997. The street area at the park is known as the Angle Inn, which references the angular nature of most street skating obstacles, along with a historical nod to the Angle Inn attraction at Opryland USA. The skatepark was constructed in 2004 by the Metro Nashville Parks Department at a cost of $500,000. Wally Hollyday of Wally Hollyday Skateparks was the construction manager and principal designer of the park. Mayor Bill Purcell presided over the skatepark's grand opening ceremony on July 1, 2004, along with numerous local skaters and BMXers.

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As you traverse the city of Nashville, you'll stumble upon Two Rivers Park. Two Rivers Park is easily missed on a visit to Nashville.

Attractions like Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum, Ryman Auditorium, Opryland Hotel Gardens, The Hermitage, Home Of President Andrew Jackson and Belle Meade Plantation are the usual crowd pullers of Nashville and you might easily miss out Two Rivers Park amidst these top things to do in Nashville.

Most of the Nashville tours skip a visit to this place, but you can create your customized plan if you wish to visit Two Rivers Park.

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Nashville Showboat Lunch or Dinner Cruise on the General Jackson
View Deal Nashville Showboat Lunch or Dinner Cruise on the G... 236 Reviews | Duration: 4 hours From USD 83.48/person

Board one of the country’s largest paddle-wheel boats for a spectacular lunch or dinner cruise down Nashville’s Cumberland River! Relax and admire views from the decks, indulge in a Southern meal and enjoy live entertainment including talented musical performers, dancers and comedy.

Ticket to Grand Ole Opry Radio Show with Transport
View Deal Ticket to Grand Ole Opry Radio Show with Transport 129 Reviews | Duration: 3.5 hours From USD 68.69/person

No trip to Nashville is complete without a visit to the Grand Ole Opry, a famous venue home to the longest-running live radio show in America. With your ticket, enjoy an entertaining show and see where some of the world’s most renowned country music stars launched their careers. You’re sure to have a great time at this classic Nashville musical extravaganza!

Civil War and Plantation Tour from Nashville
View Deal Civil War and Plantation Tour from Nashville 52 Reviews | Duration: 7 hours From USD 64.82/person

Get an inside look at the bloodiest hours of the American Civil War on this tour from Nashville to Franklin, the site of the famous Battle of Franklin in 1864. Learn from your knowledgeable guide about the war’s dark history as you visit the Lotz House and Carter House, which still bear bullet holes and blood stains. You’ll also tour the Carnton Plantation and learn about its role during and after the war, when it became the country's largest private Confederate cemetery.

Explore The City Tour of Nashville
View Deal Explore The City Tour of Nashville 77 Reviews | Duration: 72 minutes From USD 43.86/person

Want to see Nashville from a locals perspective? Want to have your own personal guide for you or your group? Now you can! Joyride offers the country’s most unique sight seeing experience using our open air low speed vehicles.  Visit over 35 sightseeing locations during which you get to see, touch and smell your way through Nashville.

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