The Best in Tent Camping - Tennessee and Kentucky: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate Rvs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos

The Best in Tent Camping - Tennessee and Kentucky: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate Rvs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos

by Johnny Molloy

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ISBN-13: 9780897323703
Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press
Publication date: 05/28/2002
Series: Best in Tent Camping Series
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Born in Tennessee, Johnny Molloy moved to Knoxville in 1980 to attend the university of Tennessee. The lure of nearby Smoky Mountain National Park was too hard to resist. In spite of a disastrous first camping trip, Molloy developed a life-long passion for the outdoors, which he continues today, 15 years and 1,300 nights later. He has published several hiking guides to Virginia ,West Virginia, and Tennessee as well as tent camping guides to Florida and Colorado. The Mount Rogers Outdoor Recreation Guide is his eighth book

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What makes a trip to Energy Lake really special is the nearby Nature Station. It offers environmental education in an attractive setting. The Learning Center has exhibits on the wildlife of Land Between The Lakes. The backyard is home to native plants, and sometimes stray or injured animals that the Nature Station has taken in. There are also aquatic creatures in the turtle and fish ponds. Visitors can see a bald eagle, owls, bobcats, coyotes, deer, and more. Kids will have a great time at the center, and adults might learn a thing or two themselves.
Outside the Nature Station is another set of trails. The Center Furnace Trail explores the remnants of a great iron furnace and the history of the area's iron industry. The Hematite and Honker trails circle their namesake small lakes, offering the chance to spot waterfowl. You can also rent canoes to paddle Honker Lake. Grab your friends and family, and come enjoy the natural side of Land Between the Lakes at Energy Lake.


Table of Contents

Map of Campground Locationsxi
Map Legendxii
Acknowledgmentsxiii
Prefacexv
Introduction1
Tennessee Campgrounds
Western Tennessee
Big Hill Pond State Park6
Chickasaw State Park9
Fort Pillow State Historic Park12
Meeman-Shelby State Park15
Meriwether Lewis Monument18
Natchez Trace State Park and Forest21
Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park24
Pickwick Landing State Park27
Middle Tennessee
Bledsoe Creek State Park32
Cedars of Lebanon State Park35
Fall Creek Falls State Park38
Henry Horton State Park41
Montgomery Bell State Park44
Mousetail Landing State Park47
Old Stone Fort State Archeological Park50
Piney53
Rock Island State Park56
Rushing Creek59
Eastern Tennessee
Bandy Creek Campground64
Cardens Bluff67
Cosby Campground70
Foster Falls Recreation Area73
Franklin State Forest76
Frozen Head State Park79
Gee Creek Campground82
Holly Flats Campground85
Limestone Cove88
Little Oak Campground91
Nolichucky Gorge94
Norris Dam State Park97
Obed Wild and Scenic River100
Pickett State Park103
Prentice Cooper State Forest106
Round Mountain Campground109
Sylco Campground112
Kentucky Campgrounds
Western Kentucky
Birmingham Ferry116
Columbus-Belmont State Park119
Dog Creek122
Energy Lake125
Houchins Ferry128
Lake Malone State Park131
Pennyrile Forest State Park134
Tailwater137
Central Kentucky
Bee Rock142
Fort Boonesborough145
Great Meadow148
Holly Bay151
Pike Ridge154
Rockcastle157
Eastern Kentucky
Alum Ford162
Carter Caves State Park165
Clear Creek168
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park171
Kingdom Come State Park174
Koomer Ridge177
Natural Bridge State Park180
Pine Mountain State Park183
Trace Branch186
Turkey Foot189
Yatesville Lake State Park192
Appendices
Appendix ACamping Eqipment Checklist196
Appendix BCampground Information197
Index198
About the Author208

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