We first went to this beautiful Tennessee state park back in the 90's when the kidlets still liked to camp with us before becoming irrational teenagers. It's one of our favorite state parks, in a beautiful spot in the rolling hills of southcentral Tennessee. We finally returned this past weekend to relive those days, and see how the park has been faring. They have 2 campground areas, with the first directly on the banks of Shoal Creek, where Davy Crockett briefly lived and operated a mill before it was lost to a flood. The second is about a mile away, but is larger and has newly renovated earlier this year with super nice campsites and bathhouses. There is a nice restaurant overlooking a small lake, cabin rentals, boat rentals on the lake, and a great swimming pool that is very popular in the summer. We love the low key feel of this place, and another thing that makes it great is that it's only about 5 minutes from the main strip of Lawrenceburg, with plenty of restaurants, big box stores, and everything you might need!