Fairview: Quaint, Rustic, and Rural 

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CITY OF FAIRVIEW & BOWIE NATURE PARK

Fairview is located in the northwest region of Williamson County. In the 1950s the entire Nashville metro area began to grow rapidly, including Fairview. This prompted community leaders to incorporate the city in 1959. Located at Highway 100 and Deer Ridge Rd., Fairview’s Historic Village is home to several historical buildings including the Triangle School, Boone Street Medical Clinic, and Jingo Post Office.

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RECREATION & PARKS

Williamson County Parks and Recreation operates the Fairview Recreation Complex, which boasts an outdoor pool, athletic fields, playground, wellness center, and walking trails. Veterans Memorial Park has four baseball fields, a public fishing lake, walking trails, and picnic areas. This park also hosts an annual Fishing Rodeo every June to encourage local youth to learn more about fishing and local wildlife. Those interested in organized sports can check out the leagues organized by the Fairview Recreation Association (www.fairviewrec.com) and Williamson County Parks and Recreation (www.wcparksandrec.com).

 

PUBLIC EVENTS AND THE ARTS

There’s no shortage of fun to be had over the summer! Each year Fairview City Hall hosts the July 3rd Celebration, which features live music, food trucks, kids' activities, and a fireworks show. The Fairview Arts Council welcomes creatives to join in arts education and collaboration and organizes the Art and Handmade Expo in June.

Fireworks in Fairview, July 3rd

Photo by: Karen Kitchell W: ktkphotog.wixsite.com/ktk-photography

HEALTH CLINIC

The Williamson County Fairview Health Clinic provides healthcare services at 2629 Fairview Blvd., across from Fairview Elementary School. The clinic accepts TennCare insurance and a private pay sliding scale based on family size and income.

THE CROWN JEWEL OF FAIRVIEW: BOWIE NATURE PARK

Bowie Nature Park is managed by Fairview’s parks department and has 700 acres of forest, fishing lakes, and 17 miles of wooded trails designated for mountain biking, horseback riding, and hiking. The park sponsors numerous nature activities including festivals, guided hikes, stargazing, and nature learning programs for children. The Nature Center features exhibits, a discovery room, and hands-on learning classrooms.

 

On Saturday, July 2nd is the Grand Opening of the new Bowie Park Playground. The ribbon-cutting ceremony will begin at 10 a.m., and there will be food trucks on-site plus a movie in the park that evening. For more information, visit www.bowiepark.org.