The Iriquois Steeplechase course at Nashville's Percy Warner Park is an historic track and the long-time home of the TSSAA State Cross Country Championships. The Edwin and Percy Warner Parks are located nine miles from downtown Nashville and spans over 3,180 acres of forest and fields.
More than 1 million people visit the Parks annually, using the picnic areas, scenic roadways and overlooks, hiking trails, mountain bike trails, equestrian center and horse trails, cross country running courses, golf courses, and athletic fields.
November 2, 2019
Gates Open: 8:00 AM CT
Large Class Girls' Race: 10:00 AM CT
Large Class Boys' Race: 10:45 AM CT
DII-A Girls' Race: 11:30 AM CT
DII-A Boys' Race: 10:05 PM CT
DII-AA Girls' Race: 12:40 PM CT
DII-AA Boys' Race: 1:15 PM CT
Small Class Girls' Race: 1:50 PM CT
Small Class Boys' Race: 2:35 PM CT
The Awards Ceremony will start following the completion of each classification.
$10 for school-age children and older. Championship Event Cards and TACA cards will be accepted for admission. The TSSAA ID card and TMSAA ID card are not accepted for championship events.
Parking is free at the many lots surrounding the Steeplechase. Metro Nashville Police will assist in parking and traffic control. Traffic becomes very congested on Old Hickory Boulevard around the site, so please allow ample time to find parking and be prepared for a lengthy walk to the gate.
Runners will be allowed to preview the Percy Warner Park Steeplechase Cross Country Course on Friday prior to the meet. The course will be open from 1:00 PM until 4:00 PM CDT ONLY. Team packets will be available at this time. Teams may not practice or preview the course prior to Friday at 1:00 PM.
Some food carts will be on site preparing food for purchase. Spectators and athletes may bring in their own food and beverages.