Henry Horton State Park Campground

Chapel Hill, Tennessee

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Henry Horton is classified as a state resort park, which means it has a golf course, a lodge, cabins, and more. However, for tent campers and outdoor recreation enthusiasts, Henry Horton has another side—the side that has two tent-camping areas and the beauty of the Duck River. This appealing canoeing stream flows through heart of the park, in between massive rock bluffs and tree-lined banks. Here is a quick rundown of activities: tennis, badminton, basketball, disc golf, volleyball, and skeet shooting. The camp also has an Olympic-size pool with life-guards on duty in summer. On the more rustic side is Turkey Trail, which makes a 2.5-mile loop for hikers to enjoy. The Wilhoite Mill Trail, where Henry’s relatives ground their meal, courses along the Duck River past machine relics from days gone by.
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by Johnny Molloy (Menasha Ridge Press)

Henry Horton is classified as a state resort park, which means it has a golf course, a lodge, cabins, and more. However, for tent campers and outdoor recreation enthusiasts, Henry Horton has another side—the side that has two tent-camping areas and the beauty of the Duck River. This appealing canoeing stream flows through heart of the park, in between massive rock bluffs and tree-lined banks.

Here is a quick rundown of activities: tennis, badminton, basketball, disc golf, volleyball, and skeet shooting. The camp also has an Olympic-size pool with life-guards on duty in summer. On the more rustic side is Turkey Trail, which makes a 2.5-mile loop for hikers to enjoy. The
Wilhoite Mill Trail, where Henry’s relatives ground their meal, courses along the Duck River past machine relics from days gone by.

© 2016 Johnny Molloy/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Chapel Hill
Campsites: 72
Season: Year-round
Additional Use: Swimming, Boating, Golf/Disc Golf, Fishing, Hiking, Tennis
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: 931-364-2222 tnstateparks.com
Fees per Night: $8-$25
Facilities: Hot showers, flush toilets, Wi-Fi
Driving Directions: Directions to Henry Horton State Park Campground

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