The park is less than one mile from the Tennessee - Alabama state line. We have stayed here several times. The park was a farm at one time, and the owners are very friendly, and greet their guests warmly.
|The campground office, with a nice cat called Winnie the Pooh|
It is quiet and tranquil here, just the way we like it, and we took a walk today for a mile or so down a recreational trail that runs past the park. The trail was originally a railway line, and it is now used by walkers, bicyclists and horse riders. We really enjoyed the bucolic surroundings.
|The walking trail|
|An antique caboose, preserved by the campground owners|
|The Sweetest Thing Tearoom|
Tomorrow we drive to Singing Hills Campground, near Cave City, Kentucky, for a couple of days. It is a 180 mile drive, passing through Nashville. We will not stay in Nashville this time. We stayed there last December, and will do so again next December.