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Old Stone Fort State Park is located near Manchester, TN, which is situated almost exactly in the middle of the state. The nearest larger town to the park is Murfreesboro, which is around 30 miles to the northwest. In addition, the large city of Nashville, and the Tennessee capital, is around 60 miles to the northwest, while Chattanooga is only about 70 miles to the southeast, and sits on the state border with neighboring Georgia.

This part of Tennessee is comprised mostly of wooded hills. There are many recreational activities available in the local region, including natural areas to explore and historical sites to check out. There are also lakes and waterways nearby where you can enjoy water sports.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at Old Stone Fort State Park makes it easy to engage in all the different outdoor activities it makes available. The Little Duck River runs through the park and offers great opportunities for fishing and wading. This is also a popular place for birdwatching and to spot the wild animals who are native to the local area. Scenic spots to enjoy a picnic lunch can be found throughout the park, as well.

Old Stone Fort State Park is located in an area where the ancient people, who first tamed this land, used as ceremonial grounds. Today there are several hiking trails that snake through the area that allows you to explore it easily. The ruins of some old structures remain. Placards dot the trails and offer information on how scientists believe the varying portions of the land were used.

Normandy Lake is located just to the west of Old Stone Fort State Park. There are many different things you can do on this large and winding body of water. Boating and fishing are popular here. You will also find some swimming spots. The lake is fairly narrow, but it offers many narrow fingers and coves that branch off of it. These can be fun to explore with a paddleboat, such as a kayak or a canoe.

Camping at Old Stone Fort State Park

Old Stone Fork State Park makes camping with an RV a breeze. There is a campground at the park and staying at it will give you the easiest access to all the activities that are available here.

The campground offers water and electric hookups. Bathrooms and showers are also available for guests, though the shower house is only open during the busy, warmer months. The sites are mostly shaded as they sit within the local forest. From here, you will have easy access to the restaurants and recreational locales found in town.

Manchester KOA Holiday is located just south of Manchester. This KOA offers cable, WiFi, bathrooms, showers, and a laundry room. Pets are also welcome here, so bring Fido. There is a mini-golf course, and pool access is available for campers. This campground is also open year-round. As it provides easy access to so many fun activities, many people enjoy RV camping at the Old Stone Fort State Park, so any services you need should be easy to find.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Coffee County, you will find yourself surrounded by unique places to visit. There is a visitor's center at the park that offers a museum-like atmosphere. It includes exhibits that highlight the history and culture of the ancient tribes who once lived here. Some feature artifacts that have been found at this location. An educational film that helps to explain this ancient culture is available, as well. State park RV camping makes it easy to engage in all the activities available nearby.

There are several different historical sites found near Murfreesboro. The Hazen Brigade Monument, the Stones River National Cemetery, and Fortress Rosecrans are all relics of the Civil War. The Oaklands Mansion dates back to that era, as well. Here the grounds and the home are open for touring at given times. You can also tour the Stones River National Battlefield, where a battle from that war was fought.

There are other unique places to visit around Murfreesboro. Cannonsburgh Village is a living history museum that details what life would have been like, in this area, when the town was first founded. The Walter Hill Hydroelectric Station is a small park that details how water can be used to create electricity. At the Earth Experience - Middle Tennessee Museum of Natural History, you can learn about the plants, animals, and people who have lived in the area since the time of the dinosaurs.

When you've been looking for a scenic place to vacation, where outdoor activities and history come together, consider camping at the Old Stone Fort State Park. Take a hike through the park, go boating on the nearby lake, or learn about history from a local site. Camp in an RV near Manchester and enjoy your time in central Tennessee.

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