The Cedars of Lebanon State Park is located in the beautiful Wilson County, Tennessee and is recognized for its iconic red cedar trees and limestone glades on the surrounding areas of the Lebanon Forests.
Activities & Amenities:
This is the perfect spot for you if you're planning a full-week picnic and camping trip, offerings 117 beautiful, open-space campsites, 11 picnic shades with tables for a great family time and grills for those sizzling BBQ evenings, electric and water hookups. You can also find 30 tent and pop-up campsites around the park which are built exclusively for the convenience of campers.
If you're visiting for a long trip with friends and family, this park features amazing lodges built for groups, and almost 80 people can sleep in it at one time. And of course, there’s plenty of great hiking trails to enjoy during your stay.
Visitors can tour the nearby attractions like the Wilson County Fair, Fiddlers Grove Historic Village and the popular Don Fox Community Park. And at the local parks, there’s plenty of opportunities wildlife, scenic and sunset viewing. Hope to see you soon!
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