Discover Cheatham County 2021 visitors guide

Award-Winning Riverbluff Triathlon Thriving in Cheatham County By Joe Fleenor, Owner and Race Director Nestled along the Cumberland River 20 minutes outside of downtown Nashville sits a park popular by locals and relatively unknown by everyone else in the greater Nashville area. The park – complete

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with a boat ramp, boat dock, vast parking lot

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for boat trailers, pavilions, restrooms, playground, a performance stage, water and electricity access throughout, and tons of open acreage primarily used for soccer – also adjoins a gorgeous, shaded Greenway system that spans for miles along the river, with a Friends of the Trail nonprofit group whose mission it is to maintain, expand and enhance. This park is called Riverbluff Park and the residents of Ashland City and Cheatham County have the luxury of visiting the park and taking advantage of all it has to offer. As someone who produces triathlons and other endurance races across the Southeast, I know a great race venue when I see one and the first time I laid eyes on Ashland City’s Riverbluff Park and the amenities Cheatham County had to offer, I quickly decided that a triathlon (which includes a swim, bike and a run) would be an instant success utilizing Riverbluff Park as the venue. What I had not


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