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Natchez Trace State Park, Wildersville

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#42 of 103 in Nature in Tennessee
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Natchez Trace State Park is located on an alternate route of the old Natchez Trace. This route of the old trace is on the opposite side of the Tennessee River from the Natchez Trace Parkway. The name originally applied to a series of trails and paths that originated with animal migration routes and American Indian trade and travel routes. These were later used by returning boatmen that had floated goods to markets in Natchez and New Orleans from the Nashville area.
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  • We love the Pin Oak rv waterfront spots,so much that we consistently come back to Natchez Trace. Book ahead of time to get a waterfront spot. They go quickly. The Lake surrounds the rv sites on 3 side...  more »
  • We took a group of about 20 teens and adults this weekend and stayed in 4 of the 5 primitive cabins. Cabins were nice. Two bunk beds in each with 20 amp receptacles which was nice for a small heater i...  more »
  • We adventured into a 5 mile hike around one of the lakes on a gorgeous clear day. The park is very well marked and there are plenty of things to do all year round. While hiking in February, the trail ...  more »