Bledsoe Creek State Park

This small state park contains 164 acres focused on the Bledsoe Creek embayment of Old Hickory Lake. Nearby the old Cumberland River port town of Cairo and close to such significant early settlement historic sites as Bledsoe's Lick, Cragfont, Wynnewood, and Rock Castle, the park has six miles of hiking trails, one hundred tent camp sites, two boat-launching ramps, and picnic shelters and tables.

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  • Article Title Bledsoe Creek State Park
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  • Website Name Tennessee Encyclopedia
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  • Access Date July 12, 2024
  • Publisher Tennessee Historical Society
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  • Date of Last Update March 1, 2018