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Re: Places to dectect

The Middle Tennessee Treasure Hunters Club was founded in 1971 by a small group of metal-detector enthusiasts. In 1983 the club changed its name to the Middle Tennessee Historical Research Association (MTHRA) in order to reflect the broader historical interests of many club members. We have now come full circle and in October of 1999 we changed our name to Middle Tennessee Metal Detecting Club. We realized that although many of our members do have historical research interests the name often confused folks who couldn't understand our primary purpose. Our club now has well over 100 members and is growing monthly in members who share our interests.

Meeting location: Charlotte Pike, Nashville, Tennessee
Meeting Time: First Friday of every month 7:00 PM

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Places to dectect
March 12, 2012 12:09PM
OK so I've no idea where else to detect. I tried a school in East Nash this weekend with TONs of clad. And a park there that supposedly USED to have lots of old coins. But now I'm out of options. I visited the "earthworks" site near Hillboro Pike but it's posted as a National/City Park. Is the way to detect now to look at Civil War maps and just knock on people's doors? Just wondering. I'm a newbie. I thought about Shelby Park since there are no signs posted not to detect there. Any help?
Re: Places to dectect
April 18, 2012 08:30PM
-Word for the wise.

All Metro school tot and playground are illegal to detect on. If a Metro school policeman see's you detecting he can issue you a fine and confiscate your metal detector.

-Metro City parks are also illegal to detect in.

Anonymous User
Re: Places to dectect
April 24, 2012 12:25PM
Thanks for the heads up. I did not know this. Though many police passed by while I was there and didn't seem to mind. It seems that there are very limited places to detect in Nashville.
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