Natchez Trace Parkway is a historical road leading from Central Tennessee to Natchez Mississippi which existed even in colonial times. This parkway is normally crowded with campers during the fall and summer months, and not as frequented during the winter months so if you’re looking for a little solitude during your next camping trip, plan to go at the start of the winter season, and pack warmly!
Activities & Amenities:
This parkway features 3 campgrounds, which are free and claimed by the campers when they visit first. They can stay at one campground for 13 days at one time, enjoying and exploring the beautiful woods and wildlife. The park has several lodges with running water and plenty of space for guests, however, there are no facilities for electricity and nearby grocery stores, so prepare well before you arrive for a distraction-free escape. For food, gas and other supplies, there are offsite options and stores just beyond the campground.
Visitors can tour around the nearby attractions near Central Tennessee, such as Cooper’s Gem Mine, Titanic Museum, Middle Tennessee Hot Air Adventures and more. Hope to see you soon!
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