Johnsonville State Historic Park, New Johnsonville

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State Park · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Johnsonville State Historic Park is a state park in Humphreys County in the U.S. state of Tennessee. This 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) park commemorates the Battle of Johnsonville, which was fought in 1864 during the Civil War, and the historic town site of Johnsonville, which was inundated by the creation of Kentucky Lake by the Tennessee Valley Authority in the 1940s. It is located north of New Johnsonville.
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  • I have lived here 25 years and never been to the park. the museum was very interesting and the worker was very informative. The trails were very well marked on the trees which was good since the...  more »
  • I stopped here to do a little hiking and sightseeing, but it was raining on and off so I didn't get to do much hiking. The part I was able to see was interesting, especially if you are in to history....  more »
  • We love taking our fur babies for picnics & walks at our park. It's always beautiful, no matter what time of year we go. We also love the events that take place there... educational & fun!
  • Excellent historic park. Clean and treated with the respect it deserves as a Civil War historic site. Great views with the Tennessee River. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable.

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