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David Crockett State Park, Lawrenceburg

#36 of 103 in Nature in Tennessee
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  • We were able to park right next to a beautiful creek. Took wonderful hikes and waded in bucolic Crockett falls. Price is one of the lowest in the area. They give generous Senior discounts. Only downsi...  more »
  • Went with family and a three year old. Lovely park with great picnic facilities and playgrounds for little ones. She loved the visitor center and the young ladies working there could not have been mor...  more »
  • I was disappointed in Lawrenceburg, having traveled to Ethridge to visit the Amish community, I thought the town was rather ugly, but this park is really beautiful.  more »
  • Only spend 1 evening here but it's beautiful in the woods. RV pads are narrow with steep sides, so watch your step! Bathrooms are clean and there are laundry machines. Nice clear water to hike along side of and the roads are nice to bike on. Of course the campground was almost empty so vehicle traffic on the roads was light. I'm not sure if I would ride my bike (+ have my dog running along beside me) on these narrow roads if the traffic was busy. I would enjoy camping here again when we have more time.
  • The park is very well kept. The grounds are always week maintained, playgrounds always clean and obscenity free. I have seen cleaner restrooms here than some so-called trendy restaurants. Tourists have plenty to enjoy and thee are plenty of RV spots. The lake is clean and offers amenities such as fishing and paddle boat/canoe rentals. The ducks are mostly friendly, and are a great source of entertainment for children. The trails are many and fairly vast. There are trails that even feature exercise equipment for that extra push in your workout.
  • Beautiful state park with a little bit of everything. The restaurant is good, the trails are fun and let's not forget about the lake and pool. I wish they had a did golf course!
  • This state park is a Jewel. Waterfalls, trials, restaurant , basketball court. We spent two weeks here. In our new fifthwheel. With our Bella.
  • Love this park! Very clean, good staff, good food and beautiful waterfall and lake. I see deer often here at dusk.