Henry Horton State 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 an inn, eight cabins, 56 RV campsites, 10 tent campsites, nine primitive campsites and three backcountry campsites. There are also three group campsites available. The inn features The Governor’s Table Restaurant, open seven days a week.
The Buford Ellington championship golf course at Henry Horton State Park is a challenging course, heavily treed with hardwoods and contains 37 bunkers.
Duck River anglers can catch largemouth and smallmouth and red-eye bass and catfish, among many other species.
The Henry Horton Trap and Skeet Range includes five skeet fields, two trap fields and a lodge building with concessions. Gun rental and ammo are available. A picnic shelter is available for large shoots or related gatherings. No pullers provided. Must be 18 years of age or youth sportsman. A valid hunter education card required for shooters under the age of 18.
Henry Horton Meeting and Event Spaces
Henry Horton offers a versatile and varied selection of meeting spaces for events. Located near the inn, the conference center/recreation lodge is ideal for weddings, birthday parties, and small conferences. In addition to the conference center, there are four large rooms located at the inn that are suited to business presentations, corporate seminars and banquets. There are also two additional meeting rooms located inThe Governor’s Table restaurant that are ideal for chamber breakfasts and private dining. Overhead projectors, microphones with speakers, flipcharts, easels and dry erase boards may be reserved and an LCD projector is available for daily rental. Catering is offered by The Governor’s Table Restaurant.
Source: Tennessee State Parks