Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park
Located at 1245 Davy Crockett Park Rd #5825 Johnson City, Tennessee, the Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park in Limestone, Tennessee, is a must-see for every history aficionado. This historical park comprises a museum about the great hunter, statesman, and businessman, Davy Crockett. A weathered homestead can also be found in the park.
David Crockett was a well-known pioneer, politician, and industrialist in the United States. Crockett was born in Limestone, Tennessee in 1786 and raised in Lawrence County. Later in life, he was elected to the United States Congress and battled for land rights in western Tennessee. He died at the Alamo Mission, where he was buried. Crockett’s memory is commemorated in this park.
Visit the park’s visitor center and model cabin, which honors the famed bear hunter and Tennessee legislator, for a family-friendly day activity. You can even go to Cannonsburgh Village, which depicts life in early Tennessee for a century. At the park, self-guided excursions are accessible for free. The Nolichucky River, which runs through the park, is also a great place to go fishing.
It’s a good idea to contact the campground’s customer service for directions if you’re traveling with a lengthy RV or trailer. You can pass under the railroad tracks to get to the park, but you’ll most likely be on uncomfortable tiny curving roads. If you’re planning a trip to the park in the fall, make sure to inquire about the campground’s long-term rates!
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