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Port Royal State Park, Adams

(3/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • 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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  • Great location! Super beautiful and a run ride on the canoe! We rode 9 miles in about 5 hours or so. Most was reasonably shallow but we ran into debris from the flooding and it was in a deep spot.
  • This is a small but beautiful park. Only a couple of miles of trail but has beautiful views of the Red River and a preserved section of the Trail of Tears! When I went one of the parking areas was closed off and looked like they were doing some work on that side of the park. This park is worth checking out!
  • The creek is my favorite as I am a water person. Any body of water. Love riding the back country roads to get there. Very nice ride. Love the history of it all. Beautiful
  • Nice stop in way from Nashville to Kentucky to see historic site that is part of Trail of Tears. Restrooms in the park.
  • Best for kids 5+. There's stuff for toddlers but a little unsafe railings. Splash pad rocks!