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Natchez Trace State Park

24845 Natchez Trace Rd, Wildersville, TN 38388-8329
+1 731-968-3742
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Nice but found no Natchez Trace in the Park !

We went with family to explore the Natchez Trace trail but could not find it. We ended up having a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
aditi108
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Little Rock, Arkansas
Wow! A Hidden Gem for camping.

Wonderful, quiet campground. Clean, clean, clean! So impressed with this park. Quiet, beautiful... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
356worldtraveler
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Columbus, Ohio
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Natchez Trace State Park is named for the famous "Natchez to Nashville" highway, an important wilderness road during the early 18th century. A western spur of The Trace ran through a portion of what is now the park. The park was built as part of President Roosevelt's "New Deal" program. The land was bought from residents who could no longer make a living farming the land because of extensive erosion problems. With the many acres of scenic woodlands, the park includes four lakes, a swimming beach, a 47 room resort inn and restaurant complex, cabins, group lodge, camping areas, picnicking sites, playgrounds, a ball field, a regulation pistol firing range, picturesque hiking trails, a wrangler camp, 250 miles of horse riding trails, a park store, and archery range. Located at I-40, exit 116, this area is composed of a State Park, State Forest and a WMA with a total of 48,000 acres.
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24845 Natchez Trace Rd, Wildersville, TN 38388-8329
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We went with family to explore the Natchez Trace trail but could not find it. We ended up having a family picnic and fun at the Cub Lake beach instead. Good place for camping and family fun (affordable paddle-boat rides, volleyball court on the beach,...More

Thank aditi108
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wonderful, quiet campground. Clean, clean, clean! So impressed with this park. Quiet, beautiful setting. No internet or cable, but who needs it here? Listen to the birds, enjoy the bliss...

Thank 356worldtraveler
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We love this park and have returned multiple times. The lakes are beautiful and clean. The bath houses and campgrounds are quiet, clean, and we'll kept. I would rate higher except for the 1) poor(almost non existent)cell phone service ( we have verizon)and NO wifi....More

Thank Cindy K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We really enjoyed our stay at this absolutely beautiful state park in TN. We stayed in site 61 in the Pin Oak Campground which had full hookups and was really pretty. This section of the campground was off on it's own little loop, away from...More

Thank txgirlinbigd
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

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 sides! It is really clean and quiet. We...More

Thank Leigh F
Reviewed 13 March 2017 via mobile

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 in 30 degree temps. Each...More

Thank yuravgjoe
Reviewed 20 February 2017

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 is quite muddy but most...More

Thank ahavakamm
Reviewed 31 January 2017

Well great natural beauty. Plenty of physical activity and tasty local dishes. Well my photos say it all really .

Thank Paul W
Reviewed 28 October 2016

We were heading back to Delaware from our visit to the Grand Canyon, and Natchez Trace matched our travel schedule and location. We arrived after dark, which is a big mistake at this park. There are two campgrounds in the park, and it is not...More

1  Thank Toby F
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Spent a night on a trip across I-40 tent camping and was very impressed. The price was reasonable but the space was great, campground one space 23. At the end of the road with lake views on both sides, and a weeknight so the place...More

Thank DerekB1364
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kearnsfam
4 March 2017|
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Response from Toby F | Reviewed this property |
This information is available on the web site for the campground, or by using the contact info. We were there months ago, it may have changed, especially during winter months.
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David P
24 February 2017|
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Response from Jennifer W | Reviewed this property |
Yes, primitive and full hookup.
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SarahStutson
26 October 2016|
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Response from HRHORCH | Reviewed this property |
Trails-but bring your own horses.
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