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Port Royal State Park, Adams

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#80 of 101 in Historic Sites in Tennessee
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  • We enjoyed this park as we traveled around Clarksville. It's not really big, but there is a walking path and stairs down to the river. Picnic area too. Good to get out and stretch your legs and breath...  more »
  • In the early days of Europeans settling the area, rivers were the equivalent of today's interstates. This park allows you to see an area first settled in the early 1780s along the Red River. The town ...  more »
  • Enjoyed this area for years. We usually pull out ours canoes at this park but I'd never checked it out. It's beautiful with a lot of history. The Trail of Tears is on the other side of the road. There...  more »
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  • Beautiful for a small day trip, its a very small place. Not a lot of hiking but great for a picnic
  • Great people parking is a little hard to get but definately worth the wait
  • It was amazing with a butt load of history. It was beautiful being a bridgehunter I found the covered bridge and truss interesting. I would definitely recommend it to a friend. Oh and old inn was suppose to be a visitor center wasn't open. It was late in the day though. And the field is blocked off now. And the restrooms are really good for park restrooms! No bugs or anything!
  • Dont go to hike. Trail's only ,5 miles. Pretty place for family time.
  • Beautiful scenery. Wish the covered bridge was still there...