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Fort Granger Park, Franklin

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  • Soldiers from this elevated fort could look and shoot down at the enemy below. This was a large self sustained fortress and was too strong to be attacked by the Confederates.  more »
  • This is a small park with a lot of Civil War history. Some of the park is under renovation (as of March 2017) and is not walkable. However, you are able to see trenches dug by Civil War soldiers, whic...  more »
  • It is somewhat hard to locate. Small but informative. A park area with a raised boardwalk highlighting with placards aspects of Franklin's Civil War battles and skirmishes. Much review of the Franklin...  more »
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  • They have a canoeing trail. Walking trails. Dogs permitted. Playground for the kids. Bridges. Great views. Some shaded areas to lay out for picnics. Wonderful park highly recommended
  • Beautiful earthworks with elevated walkways and interpretive signage around the bluff. Two ways to get there; up the trail and fairly steep steps from Pinkerton Park or access from Liberty Pike entrance. Great views during late fall and winter when the leaves are off the trees. During the spring and summer, bring a book, hang a hammock and enjoy a quick escape close to the heart of downtown Franklin.
  • Be prepared to WALK WALK WALK! You won't want to stop exploring. Took my family (daughter 1 1/2) and it was stunningly beautiful.