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Things to do and see 

Honey Creek Overlook – just 10 minutes further down the road, beautiful view of river and canyon.  The hiking trail is rated in the top 25 in the USA.

Zenith Picnic Area – is two miles away from our campground, it’s a great place to go fishing and/or swimming on a hot day.

Northrup Falls, TN. State Scenic Area – is a waterfall with a 35’ drop that you can walk behind and swimming is allowed. As you go back towards Allardt on Hwy 52 turn left before you pass the pumpkin water tower, go two miles, and turn right at the big State Scenic sign.

Rugby, TN – a historic British village just 15 minutes east off SR 52.  Museum, Shops, Dining, Hiking.

Brooks General Store – at the curve before you get to Rugby is a quaint but authentic General Store that also serves a great meal.

Ye Olde Jailhouse – the local museum is in this 1889 circa stone building located in the square at Jamestown.

Highlands Winery – first winery in TN one mile south of Jamestown on Hwy 127.

Sargent Alvin C. York Home/Gristmill and Museum – most decorated U.S. soldier of WWI take Hwy 127 north, about 15 minutes from Jamestown.

Muddy Pond - Mennonite Village – great place to purchase leather goods, saddles etc. at Jay’s Tack and Leather. There are also other shops and places to eat. See Rob for directions.

Big South Fork Park Headquarters – Bandy Creek is in the middle of the Park, they have nature exhibits with a tourist shop, swimming pool and hiking.