Explored Lock one park again today. I also did some research on Heaton's station. Quite possibly one of the least desirable and undervalued city Park in Nashville. This place has amazing views, and a ton of history dating back to the original Nashville settlers. There were three main settlements when James Robertson came to Nashville, and lock one park is one of those. Not only does it have one of the greatest use of downtown Nashville, there is quite a bit of green space and access to the Cumberland River. I would love to see picnic tables, a Boatdock, a restaurant, and common space for children to play. I'm ready to get on the horn with this one and make something happen soon in this rare, hidden jewel of Nashville.