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Johnsonville State Historic Park

Updated: Dec 30, 2021

Johnsonville State Historic Park is situated in Humphreys County, and has over 1000 acres. It has a museum, hiking, fishing, picnic tables and grills, and a boat launch. During the Civil War, when the Union and Confederate soldiers were working hard to ruin each others' supply lines, this actually became the site of a Union supply depot. This site was established as a state park in 1971, and is very cool. It's a tribute to the Civil War significance, and there are cannon and cabin replicas. The hiking trails snake around Kentucky Lake, and there is also a Civil War graveyard on site. This is such an amazing, well worth road trip from Nashville.

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