Nashville is a great city to enjoy the sunny weather and all it has to offer – from walks down Broadway to hikes through Percy Warner Park. But as the winter and cold air looms over the Middle Tennessee, trees lose their leaves and people bundle next to fireplaces. But even with snow-covered landscapes, there are so many things people can enjoy doing outside. Just think outside the box!
Go sledding or skiing: Of course this depends on snow, but take advantage of Tennessee’s rolling hills, take Richland Creek Greenway in Sylvan Park for example! This activity isn’t just for children; parents and couples can enjoy it too. Put on your biggest coat and gloves and get out there. (Watch out for trees!)
Play football: It’s Super Bowl season after all! Go out in your backyard and play a little pigskin. The cold weather is just the right atmosphere for it. If your yard is full of trees or other landscape, go to the park. There are so many options to one of America’s favorite sports!
Go hiking: This activity should not be reserved just for summer time. Hiking in the winter can be a fun and enjoyable experience. Just make sure you dress appropriately. The trees and landscape all around you will look completely different in the winter than in the summer.
Being outside is not only a great way to spend time, but it is also great for your health and well-being! Unless the temperatures are hazardous, take advantage of Nashville during every season. Just remember that all that sledding and football can create mud and damage to your landscape, especially when the snow begins to melt and your ground thaws. With that in mind, tree service and landscape services are available to correct any problems. For more information about tree services and landscape services check out their website or call The Parke Company today!