Museums, Music, History, and the Civil War2021-08-02T00:53:02-05:00


Johnsonville State Historic Park, on the Tennessee River, boasts an amazing visitors center, where you can learn about the Civil War battle in 1864 where the Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest overtook the Union Navy.  The Park has many events throughout the year including storytellers, sunset canoe trips and junior ranger camps to name a few.

If you are into Museums, Music, History, or the Civil War, these are the places that you need to visit.

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Loretta Lynn’s Ranch


The Ranch has everything you need for a fabulous time. Spend the night in the Ranch’s full service RV Park or rent one of the picturesque cabins. 8000 State Hwy 13, Hurricane Mills, TN, USA

Johnsonville State Historic Park


Johnsonville State Historic Park is the site of a unique Civil War battle in which Nathan Bedford Forest's Calvary Unit destroyed a Union Naval Force and Supply Depot. It also commemorates the location of Johnsonville prior to the creation of Kentucky Lake.  90 Nell Beard Rd, New Johnsonville, TN, USA

Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge


The Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge is a vital resource for migratory birds and waterfowl. Many years ago, there were many ponds and gathering places along the Mississippi flyway and the Tennessee river that have now [...]

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