Marcella Vivrette Smith Park is a city park in Williamson County, Tennessee and they share a vast farm property featuring walking trails, forested wildlife habitats & a 19th-century mansion. The City of Brentwood received 320 acres of the famous Ravenswood Farm property off of Wilson Pike from the family of the late Marcella and Reese Smith for expansion as a park in the later years. Another 80 acres was received in late 2013 as a choice from the 2010 purchase they had made. The park, recognized as the Marcella Vivrette Smith Park, got the ok the officially open up to the public on November 8, 2014. With forested wildlife habitats in their natural state and hiking trails for outdoor lovers, the land adds a new piece to the City’s extensive park operation. Phase two improvements were completed in the Fall of 2017. The $2 million projects included extending the “loop road” and bike path on the south side of Ravenswood Mansion, two multi-purpose athletic fields with irrigation and parking, new restrooms, a picnic shelter, and a playground. The property also includes the historic Ravenswood Mansion Ravenswood and it was built in 1825 by James Hazard Wilson II. This property was named after Mr. Sam Houston whom the Indians always called “the Raven”.
Many people really enjoy getting out and walking their trails and it is a great location to walk your dogs.
They offer all different degrees of hiking trails from super easy to rather strenuous. Their parking areas are pretty large and make it easy to have an enjoyable day at the playgrounds with the closeby restrooms. Many people also come there to workout due to the easy accessibilities and the very clean facilities. After a long day out, Monster Home Services offers screen rooms for Brentwood Tennessee. These comfy screen rooms will be all you need at the end of your long day!