The 1,319-acre park has a museum staffed during the summer months, with exhibits depicting Crockett’s life here and a water-powered grist mill. David Crockett State Park is located at 1400 West Gaines in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. For more information, click here.

In addition to the paved bike trail, the park has more than ten miles of hiking trails. The trails offer scenic vistas of Shoal Creek and Crockett Falls, limestone bluffs, abundant wildlife, and serene forest. The Overlook Trail runs parallel to the Shoal Creek Trail.

During the summer months, boating and fishing are popular. Lake Lindsey is ideal for fishing and watercraft rentals. Paddleboards, canoes, kayaks, pedal boats, and fishing boats are available for rent.

David Crockett State Park has seven cabins near beautiful Lake Lindsey. Each cabin is completely furnished with two bedrooms, two baths, a full kitchen, and a covered patio. These unique modern accommodations were designed and built with energy efficiency in mind.

For campers, the park’s two campgrounds contain a total of 96 sites, equipped with a table and fire ring/grill combo. Campground #1 has 32 sites with 30-amp electric and water hookups and 12 sites with 20-30-50 amp electrical and water hookups. Campground #2 has 20-, 30-, 50-amp electrical and water hookups. Campground #1 also has 10 primitive (walk-in) campsites.

The park has an onsite restaurant that overlooks 40-acre scenic Lake Lindsey. The restaurant features excellent menu items, including local favorites.

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