Camping
The park is set within 1141 acres in the rolling hills of the Nashville basin along the Duck River in Middle
park grounds which makes the sites nicely quiet. I stayed at what is called the primitive sites, meaning
they do not have any electricity or water. But that is fine with me, keeps the large RV's away.

There are many activities to do at Henry Horton. The park has a restaurant and hotel on the grounds as
well as an 18 hole golf course. A Frisbee disc golf course is also available. Picnic tables are everywhere
and there are very large areas for softball or flying model planes.

There are a number of canoe rental companies in the area.  I have gone down the Duck River three times
and enjoyed them all.

The Olympic swimming pool is open Memorial Day through Labor Day.  The professional multi-field trap
and skeet range is open to the public Wed-Sun, noon until dark.
give the RV campground a very low rating.  I was disappointed how close most the RV sites are and how
rings are closer to other sites than the one you may be camping in.  I was also disappointed that the
campground host allowed campers to pay for a site, put a card on the pole, but then not occupy the site.   
On a high note:
We attended the local town's (Chapel Hill) 4th of July celebration and firework show.  I would have to admit,
the fireworks was some the best I have seen.  Chapel Hill is a very small town, but their firework
show was bigger and better than I have seen even in Nashville.
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