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Bledsoe Creek State Park Campground Professional Review and Guide
"Bledsoe Creek is a wooded refuge from the ever-escalating pace in Nashville. Life was far different two hundred years ago. At Bledsoe Creek State Park, you can explore what it was like back then while enjoying the modern recreation of this state park set on the shores of Old Hickory Lake.
The campground has been completely revamped. What once was a hodgepodge of crowded sites has been turned into an organized affair. Nearly half the old campsites were removed. A ramp at the campground makes it easy to launch a boat. Fish Old Hickory, or ski. Most anglers go for the crappie, bluegill, bass, and catfish. You can also fish from the campground’s dock."
--Johnny Molloy, Best Tent Camping: Tennessee (Menasha Ridge Press).
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