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Bledsoe Creek State Park, Gallatin

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
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  • Nice scenic park where trails lead to contact with wildlife. Deer, birds, fish, and turtles seen most days. Campsites clean and near the water. Boat ramps great for putting your boat in the water. 
  • Camping and a nice campfire, close to home.. like being way out in the woods but you are close to everything but not too close. 
  • We love this park!! We have visited here many times over the years but this is the first time we've camped for 9 days and brought our boat. We will definitely do this again! The camping hosts and park...  read more »
  • This is super clean, neat and tidy campground with lots of deer on the property at all times. With just under 60 spots, it's a relatively small campground and is cozy. It's the only campground I've seen where all the spots have paved driveways. The check-in building is a large log cabin style structure, the two dump stations are immaculate, and the grounds are very well kept. We're looking forward to staying there again!
  • What a beautiful, well kept and clean park. Great place for overnight stays or just a stroll through the park. We had a big church gathering and it went great. Awesome playground for the kids and plenty of room for all the adults.
  • We came on a late Sunday afternoon, just my husband, myself, and my 2 year old son. Both the day use areas were 100% full. So we parked in the lot by the second playground and we were getting out to use a campsite picnic table just to cut cake and eat and let our son play. A lady on a golf cart came up and very rudely told us we couldn't use any tables unless we paid for a campsite. I explained to her that it was our son's birthday and we just wanted to cut cake and let him play at the playground but she insisted we leave. There wasn't anyone else there at all, and we just wanted to use a table for probably 15 minutes. By the time we got home, our cake had melted. All we wanted was to use a picnic table to cut cake. I don't understand why everything is about making money or why she had to be so rude. I can understand if we had come with a big group of people or if it was extremely busy in that area. There wasn't anyone around. She could've had a little compassion that we came all the way there and it was our son's 2nd birthday. We love the park but won't be back again.
  • One of my favs! Especially the sites on the water. Great place to see lots of deer at dusk and dawn. Sites are large and well kept.
  • My wife and I camp here year around. It's a very wonderful place. The camp host are the friendliest and most helpful we have met anywhere. The shower houses are cleaned every morning and are in great shape. There are a variety of hiking trails from a short, paved level path Mayo Wix to the more challenging High Ridge trail. If being close to wildlife is your thing, this is the place. Lots of deer and bands of Turkey roam the park and come closer than usual. We wake up with deer just outside our camper. At night, you can sit by a campfire and hear coyotes singing in the distance though I've never seen them. They stay far away from people.......The park is currently expanding with the addition of several new primitive sites and and brand new welcome center. Also, log cabins are being constructed though I'm not sure what there purpose will be-maybe some sort of historic display or demonstration thing.
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