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Tims Ford State Park, Winchester

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Tims Ford State Park, also known as Tims Ford State Rustic Park, is a state park in Franklin County, in the U.S. state of Tennessee. The 2,200-acre (8.9 km2) state park is situated on the north shore of Tims Ford Lake near the north escarpment of the Cumberland Plateau, about ten miles from the city of Winchester.
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  • Since Covid, we have been visiting our state park cabin facilities here in Tn. While others have commented the cabins at Tim's Ford as "dated" we did not think that at all. It's a cabin! If you... 
    Since Covid, we have been visiting our state park cabin facilities here in Tn. While others have commented the cabins at Tim's Ford as "dated" we did not think that at all. It's a cabin! If you...  more »
  • We visited for the first time. The staff at the visitor center was fabulous. Lots of shopping options at the visitor center,, if you are a shopper. We had lunch that we brought at the visitor center.....  more
    We visited for the first time. The staff at the visitor center was fabulous. Lots of shopping options at the visitor center,, if you are a shopper. We had lunch that we brought at the visitor center.....  more »
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  • Been visiting there for over 40 years.
  • I always love using the walking trails here. It's a beautiful place that offers nice paved walking trails, as well as, hiking trails. Wildlife can be seen all year around, and there are picnic tables along the paved walking path. There are also restrooms at a few points around the park and a playground, too. I always start my walks at the visitor center, which has a gift shop, bird exibits, and a newer "discovery" building which houses some local wildlife and informational exhibits about Tennessee and the park in particular. I just wish I lived closer, as I would go a lot more often.

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