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David Crockett State Park Campground is a 4.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Lawrenceburg, Tennessee that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and camping and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 4.9 mi Elevation gain 383 ft Route type Loop

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Madison Russell
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Hiking

There were many trail options for this park. If your crew decides to go on the orange trail, be aware of a creek crossing. The trails were well marked and cleared, but you have to follow the map offered on the DCSP website to have an approximate starting area because the some mouths of the trails aren’t clear from a ways away.

Grant Pavy
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The trails at DCSP are picturesque and we as a family love walking/hiking here. We visit these most often. Love them and highly recommend them for a peaceful encounter with our Father GOD.

Peggy Reiling
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Hiking

Trail is combination of several trails and can be hard to follow in places. Runs along road through most of it, thru a camp ground and by the river for a very small portion.

Jason Reiling “cricket”
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Hiking

Very diverse trail. Actually 3 in 1 plus a bunch of cut throughs of camp sites. There’s a pine section that’s paved which is nice. There is a section of the trail of tears which is ok for its historic value. Then there is a nice trail along a stream which is actually a separate trail on all trails. Close to a 4 rating but the cut throughs kind of ruin it. Just do individual trails and enjoy

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Orianne Easley
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Hiking

This was a great hike, but needed to use the app to do the trail as shown. It combines lower and upper trail and rejoins other trail to end it so it’s not easy to find. Love that it incorporates walking part of the original Trail of Tears. The lower trail by the river is really pretty. We enjoyed it, just needed help staying on course because it’s not one trail.

Wayne Baker
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Hiking

Navigating on or near roadways and crossing parking lots were anybody’s guess on AllTrails. In the woods, it was pretty reliable. Good variety of terrain and a beautiful day for a walk in the woods!

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Onezean Otey
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Hiking

A beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day for a neighbor. Won’t you be mine?

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Jeff Burkhart
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Hiking

nice hike plenty of views and wildlife. some up and down on woodland trails.

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Ron Morris
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Hiking

not very well marked to say the least! but nice hike

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Jason Helton
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Very good trail for running. Mostly narrow dirt trails with a nice break into about a mile of an asphalt trails.

scott little
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Did the Shoal Creek trail. Incredibly pretty with multiple places that the trail opens up to the creek. Classic Middle TN creek - cold, clear water and lots of rocks and shoals to create beautiful rapids and riffles. Several feeder springs running perpendicular into creek over interesting rock formations. A few good climbs make it a decent workout if you start at the top near the museum and hike to the campground and back. The museum is pretty cool and worth stopping in after your hike. Historical David Crockett museum complete with live raptors (owls, hawks) and some neat displays with stuffed bear, deer, etc. Very interesting historical displays about frontier life and Crockett's political history.

Lucien Buettner
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Hiking

All this is, is a road and if you find another trail it is only asphalt the whole way. It is NOT hiking.

Buddy Baldwin
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A great trail system on land Davy Crockett had some businesses. I have hiked and camped here since I was very young.

Bill E.
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Camping

The park itself was enjoyable and had plenty of activities/areas for children to enjoy. The tent camping areas are very tight and mostly on gravel. I would return but instead I would look for a different location to pitch the tent.

Joe B King
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Hiking

Great trail! Lots of animals running around. Can't wait to come back this way again!

Joey Morris
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Hiking

Shoal Creek Trail in Davy Crockett State Park is one of my favorite trails of all time. Moderate hike of a little over a mile along Shoal Creek. Starts in the back of Campground 1 and ends at the back of the park at the falls. Several other trails branch off or connect to this trail to make for a great short hike or an all day one.

Rob Heineman
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Hiking

We have spent many days hiking at Crockett state park. There are a good selection of trails with many levels of Ease to choose from. There are lots of deer, turkeys, and geese to be seen and the staff and rangers have been terrific. A great place to spend a day or two.

Mary Woodis
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Camping

We spent the 4th of July weekend at David Crockett State Park. We had a very nice time. We took our travel trailer. The park is beautiful. We enjoyed hiking and swimming. We saw wildlife on a daily basis. It would be nice if they would update the camping pads and add sewer hook-ups.

Keith Winburn
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Hiking

great place for family fun

Brittany Adams
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Ryan H.
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Brittany Adams
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Brittany Adams
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Brittany Adams
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Noel Blanton
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Brittany Adams
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Brittany Adams
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Isaiah Haynes
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Robert Archibald
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Alex Proctor
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