Metro Parks: Cumberland Park By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2012
- Metro Parks: Cumberland Park
Lining the shores of the Cumberland River in downtown Music City, one will find the Cumberland Park, a true Nashville favorite. An exciting new attraction along the city’s ever popular riverfront, the park includes an innovative play space for kids, an outdoor amphitheater, and plenty of gardens and walking paths. The park rests between Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge and the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge. The Cumberland Park is a great place for families to gather and enjoy a pleasant afternoon in downtown Nashville. Amazed at the design and success of the park following the 2010 flood, Anderson Design Group honored the park by creating vintage poster art of the water feature and one of the park's walking paths. Styled after the retro artwork of the early 20th-century, this Nashville poster would look great as a print, banner, notecard, postcard, metal sign, or framed postcard. And to learn more about the park and other metro parks, visit the website for Nashville Parks and Recreation.