There was no pickin or paintin today, but instead a Sunday afternoon drive through the park. We are blessed in Lawrenceburg, TN, to have this beautiful park, established here in 1959, when I was just a wee little girl. Many things in this small town are named after Mr. David Crockett. He was not born here, but lived here, had a Mill here and he was one of the founders and officials of our town.
There's a restaurant.
This covered bridge was recently rebuilt after the original was washed away by a flood.
The park also has an olympic size swimming pool, several playground areas, 2 campground sites, many, many picnic spots with grills and tables. There are tennis courts for the athletic, or walking trails for us slower moving people.
So, if you ever make it to my neck of the woods, you'll want to be sure to visit our beautiful park, The David Crockett State Park.
For more information clickhttp://www.tnstateparks.com/DavidCrockettSP