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Bike 'n Walk
HENDERSONVILLE

Memorial Park is approximately in the center of Hendersonville and is on the south side of Gallatin Road. Sections of the multi-use trail in the park are asphalt and concrete (on the geo-tube) and are approximately 5 to 8-ft wide. It is primarily suited for walking.

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It is the home to Hendersonville's Tennis Courts, Kid's Kingdom, Lacrosse field, and goose population. It has about 1.5 miles of multi-use trails. At the north it crosses Gallatin road and connects with Drakes Creek Park (see Drakes Creek page).

WALK THE GEO-TUBE

Otherwise known as Envirotubes, woven geotextile fabric 45-ft in circumference was used to connect an island to shore, re-directing a tributary to flush a back water behind the island. It also created a spoil area for dredged material from deepening the river.
The polyester and polypropylene tubes were filled with course and find grain material from the river. The tubes were filled with a hydraulic dredge. 
A concrete walkway on top of the tube now provides a greenway trail from the tiny island park to a secluded wooded reserve. Benches along the route provide places to relax in the solitude with nature.

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HBPC Plans/Reviews
-North-Central Hville-Feb
16
-Saundersville CMAQ-Dec 16 
-Greenway Safety Review-Jan 17  
-Project "TO DO" List  
-Facebook Page

Hendersonville Department Directors
- Planning: Keith Free kfree@hvilletn.org
- Public Works: Chip Moore jmoore@hville.org
- Parks: Brandon Rogers brogers@hvilletn.org.