Henry Horton State Park
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Introduction

Henry Horton was the former governor of Tennessee, and it just so happens that this park was built in the 1960’s right on his estate. There is so much historical significance that lies in this park. When you bring your RV to Henry Horton State Park, you’ll get to see what remains of the mill and bridge that the family actually used so many years ago. You can also see Duck River, which actually holds one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. But even that’s not all. Henry Horton State Park is a great place to go year-round, and you’ll never get bored during your stay here.

Enjoy the golf course, disc golf course, and even a trap and skeet range. Of course, there are also plenty of hiking and biking opportunities here as well. Hiking is a fantastic way to get out and explore all that nature has to offer, and you can do just that when you bring your RV for a camping trip to Henry Horton State Park. While you’re here, you should also check out the Governor’s Table Restaurant. They serve fantastic food, but the best part is that they are open seven days a week. Staying through the weekend? No problem, you have a nice place to come in and eat at on any day.

Camping Accommodations

115’
Max RV length
115’
Max trailer length
Electrical hookup
Water hookup
Generator use
Food storage
Sewer hookup
Dogs & cats

RV Rentals in Henry Horton State Park

Transportation in Henry Horton State Park

You should have no problems getting around the park in your RV, but there is a bridge that goes across Duck River. Considering that this bridge is on the Nashville Highway, it is safe and well maintained, so you should have no issues at all when crossing the bridge in any kind of vehicle.

There are various little parking lots located all through the park, so you shouldn’t have much difficulty with finding parking. To stay on the safe side though and avoid any complications, it is best to park your RV at a campsite before venturing out, especially during peak season and on weekends and holidays.

Campgrounds and parking in Henry Horton State Park

Campsites in Henry Horton State Park

The Campgrounds at Henry Horton State Park

When you bring your RV to Henry Horton State Park, you’ll have 56 RV sites to choose from, all located along the beautiful Duck River. Each site offers 20, 30, and 50 amp electric hookups, along with water hookups. Each campsite will also have a picnic table and fire ring for your convenience. If you need firewood you can buy some from the camp store. You’ll find two bathhouses located nearby for you to use, and one even stays open during the winter time for those that choose to come camping during the off season.

You can have up to 6 people at each site, and feel free to bring your pet along with you on your trip as well. You’ll also want to take advantage of all the free WiFi that is available in the campground. If you’re missing anything at all during your stay, we’re sure that you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for at the camp store. Whether it’s snack and drinks, camping supplies, or souvenirs, they have it here. There are so many great options when you come RV camping at Henry Horton State Park.

Stay at the Inn

The Inn located in the park has 68 rooms. They have room options for the handicapped, and you can also upgrade to a suite if you like. The suites have a kitchenette and living area included with the room, so they have a bit of a nicer and homier feel to them. Regardless of what kind of room you choose, you’ll be guaranteed the opportunity to enjoy a nice continental breakfast each morning that you stay here.

Stay in a Cabin

If you’re looking for someplace that you can stay at comfortably for a longer period of time, renting a cabin is a good idea. You can choose between a standard and a rustic cabin. All of them are fully equipped with appliances, linens, cookware and utensils, and house cleaning supplies, although the standard cabins are going to have a few more nicer amenities than the rustic cabins. When you go to make reservations, you can look and decide which cabin will work best for you.

Seasonal activities in Henry Horton State Park

Hiking

There are over ten miles of hiking trails available for you to explore here at Henry Horton State Park. Most of the trails are labeled as moderate in difficulty level, but each one provides a unique experience in nature. Hike through wooded areas, visit Duck River, see historical landmarks, and watch the diverse wildlife.

Biking

While there really aren’t any trails that are ideal for biking, you can take your bike out on any of the paved roads in the park. There are plenty of paved roads here, and taking the bike through the park instead of a vehicle is a great way to get some fresh air and exercise, all while protecting the environment.

Swimming

There is no better way to celebrate the summer than to jump into a cool and refreshing swimming pool. And you can do just that here at Henry Horton State Park. They have an Olympic sized swimming pool that you can pay a small price to swim in for the day.

Picnicking

There are four picnic shelters, or pavilions, available for reservation here in the park. These pavilions are perfect for any big occasion or special event, as they can accommodate anywhere between 75 and 150 people, depending on the pavilion that you choose. Reservations can be made up to one year in advance.

Disc Golf

If you like playing disc golf or simply want to try it out, you can do so for free here in the park. This 18 hole course actually just so happens to be one of the best disc golf courses in the state of Tennessee, according to people who know about these things, so you know that you’re getting quality when you play.

Trap and Skeet

This range isn’t just any range - it’s one of the finest in the state. Here they offer Skeet, Trap, Wobble Trap, and Five Stand Shooting. You won’t need to worry about bringing much along with you either because they’ll provide you with rental guns, ammo for you to buy, and earmuffs to protect your hearing.

Fishing

There are lots of opportunities at Duck River for those that enjoy fishing. You can catch different kinds of bass, as well as catfish and redeye. And the best part is that when you come fishing during the off season, you’ll be able to enjoy the silence and solitude that surrounds you.

Birding

Another great benefit of visiting during the off season is that you get the opportunity to see migratory birds along with native birds here. Get to see the warblers, woodpeckers, and even the Carolina Chickadee. There are over 70 different bird species that reside her, so there’s always plenty to see.

Golf

If you like to go golfing, the golf course at Henry Horton State Park is the place to be. The course measures 5,625 yards from the Forward Tees, and 7,020 yards from the Championship Tees. They also have 37 bunkers, and tees that can accommodate golfers of all skill levels.

Visit the Restaurant

The Governor’s Table Restaurant is a wonderful place to get a meal. Even better, they have fresh local food available. They also have a nice selection of beer. When you visit during off season, it can be a great way to escape from the cold winter weather for a while with a warm meal.