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Bledsoe Creek State Park, Gallatin

(4.4/5 based on 95 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a wonderful park for older people (like myself), families, and young people. Plenty of good fishing areas, good variety of hiking trails, marvelous playgrounds for the kids, and beautiful scen...  more »
  • If you have the time, take the loop hike at Bledsoe Creek. It meanders up, down and around the lake.  more »
  • Clean, friendly and beautiful. The park has large sites that are paved and well maintained. Great hiking trails including a paved one for those that want or need an easy treck. Beautiful lake and a lo...  more »
Google
  • Will stay at Bledsoe Creek every time I come back to Tennessee. There is plenty of space in between campsite, ensuring privacy. There is plenty of room for my dogs and for their run. I love waking up to deer grazing only a few feet from where I am sitting! It's reasonably priced. I would however recommend reserving a spot online. The person in the main office was not helpful in obtaining extended stay spots, stating there weren't any but when I went on to the website was able to reserve with no issues.
  • This is the only place to relax in this beautiful town of Hartsville. you can also take a walk in its trails.
  • This place is gorgeous! I will definitely be back. It's very nice and clean. The walking trails are awesome.
  • 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.
  • 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!