Harpeth River State Park


Harpeth River State Park manages nine river access sites along 40 miles of the Harpeth River near Nashville, TN in both Cheatum and Davidson Counties. These sites include natural, archaeological, and historic area and the park is popular for kayaking and hiking.

The park includes several historic \ archaeological sites including Mound Bottom, a Mississippian period complex dated to approximately 1000 and 1300 AD, as well as May's Mace Bluff (a Native American petroglyph from this period located on a bluff overlooking Mound Bottom), and the Montgomery Bell Tunnel.

Hiking trails can be found on AllTrails.

Bluff Overlook Trail

Montgomery Bell Tunnel

May's Mace Bluff

Hidden Lakes

Harpeth River State Park is are accessible to the public, there is no entrance fee or permit required.


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