Kill your time by visiting Long Hunter State Park

Devon Williams

NASHVILLE, TN – During this COVID-19 pandemic, many people tend to have fewer activities due to the restrictions on the community. Rather than just sitting around at home doing nothing, people should get out or exercise to stay fit and healthy. Long Hunter State Park is a good choice for Tennesseans to spend their outdoor activities.

Long Hunter Park is one of the largest parks in Nashville. It is located at 2910 Hobson Pike Hermitage, TN 37076. In Long Hunter State Park, there are four sections to this park, Couchville, Baker's Grove, Bryant Grove, and Sellars Farm, which makes up the 2,600 acres that became a state park in 1974.

Long Hunter State Park also offers fishing, hiking, group camps, backcountry campsites, a visitor center, two boat launch ramps on J Percy Priest Lake, and other recreation options are available as well. This park has a lot of outdoor places so that people have some fun activities here.

The park offers thousands of campsites, hotel-style lodges, and cozy cabins for overnight guests as an option. They also provide catering on-site. People who visit this place can choose their reservation based on some categories such as camping reservations, event reservations, or picnic pavilion reservations.

There are some things to see before visiting Long Hunter State Park due to the virus outbreak COVID-19. People are not allowed to come to the park if they are sick and have contact with a COVID-19 patient. Also, they have to follow all park rules and regulations.

Interested people who want to visit this park can go to the official website for more information

Spend your leisure time here, at Long Hunter State Park!

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