Tennessee May 20, 2017
This Lakeside Campground In Tennessee Will Be Your New Favorite Destination
It’s almost summertime, and that means we’re planning all of our camping trips for the coming warmer months. How many of you have the sweetest memories surrounding a campground? A campfire surrounded by ghost stories, a lake perfect for swimming, grilling out during the evenings. It’s pure joy. And we have a perfect place right here in Tennessee – have you been?
Bledsoe Creek State Park is located about fifty minutes outside of Nashville, just past the town of Gallatin. It is deeply entrenched in Middle Tennessee history, having once been a hunting ground for multiple Native American tribes, including the Cherokee, Shawnee, Creek and Chickamauga.
Once known as the Bledsoe Creek territory, the area became a Tennessee State Park beginning in 1973, and it borders Old Hickory Lake.
There are 57 campsites for you to visit and enjoy, with rates fluctuating from $24 to $35, depending on where you decide to stay.
There are also more than six miles of trails primed and ready for hiking, trails the you can hike throughout the entire year. There is also a mile that is paved, making it wheelchair accessible.
Coming for the lake? There are two boat ramps available for use, one that is reserved for registered campers and another that is open to the general public. You can also go fishing, if you'd rather.
All 57 campsites have solid borders and fire rings, as well as picnic tables, grills and lantern holders. It's the easiest kind of place to stay, with everything you need.
How can you resist such a beautiful place? You can visit for yourself at 400 Zieglers Fort Road in Gallatin, Tennessee. Have a lovely time, folks!
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