Stayed there one night going to and one night coming back from WDW. It was quiet and clean. The spaces are ok, electric only. There is a nice walking trail that takes you by a pretty water fall. It’s a nice leg stretcher after being on road all day. The bathrooms are old but clean.
Came as a tenter. It was awesome that they have the rocky pads because it rained our whole trip and we stayed dry. It was very quiet for us and our site faced the open woods behind us. Hiking was great and rangers were friendly! Definitely recommend.
Old Stone Fork State Park in TN is my idea of good camping. It’s a good family campground too.
No big thrills and tourist attractions. You can”unplug” and pry your kids away from the electronics. Pre-historical sites and the river trail is very technical and scenic. You can stay at the top for an easy hike or crawl down to the river and follow the trail through the tree roots and rocks. There are informational plaques along the way and a small store/museum at the trailhead.
The campground has good shade and space between sites. The usual picnic table and fire ring. A few of the sites can become water logged if there’s a good downpour. Bike riding to explore the park is quite common so watch your speed when driving in.
We stayed here overnight and had a relaxing , quiet time after exploring the river area. It just has that old feel to it, like Duck River has been there forever and will be there long after us.
We love this place! It's close enough to a small town if you need to grab a few things. The sites are level and there are plenty of shade trees to go around. Very quiet at night also. The showers are SUPER clean!!
I camped here in June with some friends. Great campground with clean bathrooms. A few campsites overlook The water. The hike is fairly easy. Good for families with small kids. There is a small gift shop that also provides historical information. We enjoyed getting close to the water and got some great pictures. Wil definitely return. It is only an hour East of Nashville area.
Love the location and activities. Sites need an upgrade
This park is known for its archeology, but don’t miss the beautiful waterfalls. The restrooms could use some updating, but are adequate. I’m always happy when I can get a warm shower. I was there in October when the leaves were changing. Beautiful! Be sure to enjoy the museum and the hiking trails. The ranger was especially nice. This was greatly appreciated since I arrived after dark in a strange place.
This was a really small campground. It has nice paved pad. The picnic table was located behind the camper. There is a cool bridge that is a single lane that you cross on to go over to the campground. Neat town. Great hiking with some beautiful water falls. This was a pleasant surprise on our trip to FL.
Small park not far off I24, south of Murfreesboro,Tn. This is a unique State Park worth the drive.
Duck River flows through the area with several waterfall breaks along its course. It's not hard to imagine why the Native Americans considered this area spiritually significant. Their history is written along the trail.
The camping area is not huge but well kept. Pick your site wisely though I noticed some sites sitting in water. There were bike riders, but you need to watch the traffic.
Golf course nearby and water sports up the road.
One of the many things that brought us to the park is the waterfalls, I am a huge waterfall fan and love to take lots of pics and this place is perfect . Water,electric hookup and showers that were clean and the park was well taken care . Fishing was good and the hiking trails were very nice. A place we will be coming back to visit soon.