Tennessee Hotel Reservations
Johnsonville State Historic Park
Plan your next trek through western Tennessee and head for the Johnsonville State Historic Park. Just across the water from Camden, the Johnsonville State Historic Park is neatly located on the banks of Kentucky Lake. With a total area of more than 2,000 acres, Johnsonville State Historic Park is a popular destination in the spring and summer for birding fans, anglers, and hikers.
Try to hike the Historic Johnsonville Trail on your adventure. At eight miles in total length, it's seen by most hiking fans as a moderately difficult trail, but nothing too over the top hard. The African-American Cemetery Loop Trail is much easier at just half a mile long. If there's time left in the day, check out the Civil War Forts Trail – only two miles and a mix of dirt and rock. Anglers have been known to land hauls of bluegill, catfish, and sunfish.
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