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Port Royal State Park, Adams

#138 of 140 in Nature in Tennessee
State Park · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
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Port Royal State Historic Park is a 26 acre (105,000 m²) historic area on the border of Montgomery and Robertson. The community of Port Royal is the namesake of the site. Port Royal existed as a town from 1797 to 1940, when the post office officially closed. The Red River runs through the center of the park. The park was established to preserve the former town and the elements of early Tennessee history, the history of the Red River Valley, as well as the heritage of the Trail of Tears and the Black Patch Tobacco Wars.
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