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Tennessee
CENTRAL

 
 WHERE TO GO

 Dickson:
Montgomery Bell State Park
, (nature programs, canoeing, swimming, boating, hiking, fishing, tennis, field sports, wildflower viewing, golf). From Dickson, take US 70 east 7 miles. 615-797-9052

McMinnville:
Fall Creek Falls State Park
, (waterfall viewing, fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, golf, boating, biking). From McMinnville, take TN 30 and TN 284E east 30 miles. 423-881-5298

Nashville:
Grand Ole Opry
, (live radio show, tours, museums). 2808 Opryland Dr. 615-889-3060
Belle Meade Plantation, (tour a Victorian mansion, farms, and museum). 5025 Harding Rd. 615-356-0501

Franklin:
Heritage Trail
, (driving tour of antebellum plantations and Victorian homes). Take US 31 north and south of Franklin, from Brentwood to Spring Hill.

Clarksville:
Fort Donelson National Battlefield and Cemetery
, (Civil War fort, batteries, museum, self-guided driving or walking tour, cemetery). From Clarksville, take Hwy. 374 north to Hwy. 79 south, about 30 miles. Follow signs to Dover. 931-232-5348


 
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