The Red Caboose Park Rebuild Fund was established by The Bellevue Community Fund, in partnership with the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, to raise private funds for the Red Caboose Park Rebuild Project.
Bellevue volunteers got together in 1996 to build Red Caboose Park & Playground as part of Bellevue’s Bicentennial Celebration. Since then, countless families and neighbors from Bellevue and beyond have enjoyed the playground, the summer concerts, and the many activities that have taken place over the years.
According to Metro Parks, “the playground is an iconic part of Nashville, and a symbol of what the community can build when we work together. But the existing wooden playground has deteriorated and needs to be replaced. So, the community will come together again to create something for the next generation.”
RED CABOOSE PARK REBUILD 2019
The Playground is complete and ready for all to enjoy thanks to assistance of volunteers and donors who made it possible. A formal Dedication Ceremony on August 17, 2019.
Thank you to these Rebuild Sponsors:
Christ Presbyterian Academy
Delek Fund for Hope
The Exchange Club of Bellevue
Suzanne Harrison & Family Philanthropic Fund
Charlie & Judy Tygard
The Hills Nashville
Nashville Christian School
Any questions about making a donation may be directed by email to Amy Fair or by calling 615-321-4939.