About the Park
Henry Horton State Park was constructed in the 1960s on the estate of the former governor of Tennessee, Henry Horton. The park is located on the shores of the historic Duck River, one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. Remnants of a mill and bridge operated and used by the family of Horton’s spouse for over a century may be seen today on the Wilhoite Mill Trail.
The park offers several lodging options, including a lodge, eight cabins, 56 RV campsites, 10 tent campsites, nine primitive campsites, and three backcountry campsites. There are also three group campsites available. The Governor's Table Restaurant and Tipped Canoe Louge are a destination for travelers and locals.
Find a campsite for your next adventure. Henry Horton options include RV and primitive campsites, as well as backcountry camping.
Rent a cabin at Henry Horton and enjoy golfing, dining, paddling, swimming, hiking and more.
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