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July 2020

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The Best Water Parks In and Around Nashville, TNStaying cool during the summer months is as easy as packing up the family and making a splash at water parks in and around Nashville, TN. These fun-filled parks are the most popular with locals and travelers seeking a respite from the heat and a great daytime outing.

Cumberland Park

Address: Cumberland Park, 592 S 1st St, Nashville, TN 37213

While it's not a traditional water park, Cumberland Park is one of the easiest for locals to access, and admission is entirely free all year long. In addition to multiple spaces for picnics and nature trails, there is an amphitheater, a large ‘dry' playground, river access and a thrilling splash pad.

Kids of all ages love the ‘washboard' activity area, green maze, and the interactive activities at the

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Everything to Know About Driving and Commuting in NashvilleCommuting in Nashville can be a challenge. As one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, Nashville's streets are filling up fast. Whether you're thinking about moving to the area or you're already a local, it's important to know how to get around and what methods you can use to save time. Here's what you need to know about Nashville commute times.

The Commute

The average Nashville commute is approaching one hour. While in years past, the typical commute in Nashville was about 30 minutes, that's been changing as the cities just outside Nashville fill up with residents. Moving to the outer suburbs saves money, but it can also add time to get to work.

How Do People Get Around?

The standard way to get around Nashville is by car.

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What Is the Average Cost of Living in Nashville, TN?The cost of living in Nashville, TN is on the rise, as the appeal of Music City is apparent through rapid population growth of nearly 100 people moving to Nashville daily, according to the US Census. The influx of new residents is a large part of why Nashville currently ranks as number 53 amid the 75 most populous cities in America concerning monthly living costs.

The average Nashville resident spends about $2192.76 per month on necessities, including:

  • Rent/Mortgage
  • Food
  • Utilities
  • Transportation
  • Household needs

These expenses have now surpassed comparable cities such as Atlanta, Baltimore, Dallas and Orlando. Here's a breakdown of what the typical income is in the community as well as where the money goes when one calls

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