Tennessee Hotel Reservations
Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park
Plan for an outdoor adventure when you visit Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park in western Tennessee. At nearly 2,600 acres in total area, Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park is named for Civil War General Nathan Bedford Forrest.
On your visit, you'll find a wealth of birding, fishing, and hiking opportunities. NBFSP is a popular spring and summer destination for locals and western Tennessee visitors alike. Visit from nearby Camden.
Throughout the summer, you'll land a good amount of catfish along the shores of the Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake. Keep an eye out for Pilot Knob, a large obelisk constructed in the memory of the Battle of Johnsonville.
There's also an authentic cannon at Pilot Knob. If hiking is your joy, head for the Polk Creek Wildflower Trail or the Beech Grove Trail – both under a mile long and yield excellent views of the Tennessee's natural beauty.
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