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Henry Horton State Park


4358 Nashville Hwy.
Chapel Hill, TN 37034
931.364.2222
No Email Address
http://www.state.tn.us/environment/parks/parks/HenryHorton/
4 Reviews
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Very nice park in the middle Tennessee countryside. I opted for a full hookup site with my tent because I found the tent sites to be close together with little privacy. The full hookup sites had more hardwoods separating them, but like I noted in my review of Rock Island SP, they are all asphalt. If you want to stake down your tent due to windy conditions at one of these sites, it might be a bit problematic. As mentioned below in the other review, I was surprised at the amount of road traffic on into the night on the neighboring rural highways. A couple trains hooted by in the wee hours as well. Otherwise, there were nice clean restroom facilities and it is a beautiful setting and the campground hosts were very friendly. The next morning I went across the road to the "resort" side of the park and enjoyed the passive play area with a loop road passing picnic areas and some open fields. Scared a couple deer back into the woods as I went along.

Received from Jeff for visit in Aug 2009


Site Number: 29
Stay Again? YES
Our stay at the park was okay. The campsites are next to a big open field. I didn't really feel like I was in the woods camping. We could hear cars constantly driving in the distance, and the train isn't too far off either. Limited trails. Would not stay here again for a backwoods style retreat.

Received from Ryan M for visit in May 2008


Site Number: 5
Stay Again? NO
This campgound is very close to us, so it's usually a park we use for quick overnight trips. Overall, the campground is fair at best. It is heavily wooded, and located near the pretty duck river. Most all of the sites are well worn and could use new gravel. If it rains or has rained, be prepared for a damp campsite all weekend. The best part is the golf course. One of the best state owned courses.

Received from M C for visit in Apr 2007


Site Number: 33
Stay Again? YES
It was a nice campground with lots of shade. There was hardly anyone there and the staff was real laid back. My in-laws stayed in a cabin in the park across the main road. That was somewhat of a drag but we had a great time. The cabin was really nice. They have a nice frisbee golf course, swimming pool (closed on Labor Day) and lots of open fields for kickball and football. Bath houses were okay. Not great just old... There was only one or two hiking trails which was a bummer for us.

Received from Michele for visit in Sep 2004


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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