Just visited the Nashville, Tennessee park last weekend on the way back from
Athens, Georgia. Nashville is a really nice park.
The combi pool feels a little tight at first but is very well done--the
coping sounds killer on frontside grinds. The street/bank area is also
really cool. You can hit any obstacle from multiple angles, and there's no
speed-sucking "dead" sections regardless of which way you're going. The
flow area has a funky "sideways washboard" entrance that takes a bit of
getting used to, but after a few runs you get the hang of it. Overall, I'd
rate this park about an 8 or 9. It's well worth a visit if you're anywhere
near the Nashville area. I'm from St. Louis, about 280 miles away, and I
definitely plan to go back again.
One big caution: WEAR YOUR HELMET! Locals tell of cops with binoculars
scoping the place out for helmetless riders, then cruising up and writing
One further note, FWIW: You have two listings for this park ("Concrete Wave
Country") on your Parks page for Tennessee.