The Meeman Museum and Nature Center is named for Edward J. Meeman, courageous conservation editor of Scripps-Howard newspapers who helped establish this park and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on April 3, 2013
Bicycling, boating, camping, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, picnicking, swimming
campsite has water/electricity/restrooms. 49 sites with tables and grills.
$20 per night
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Reviews of Meeman-Shelby Forest SP
Reviewed by KatNipp on December 29, 2014
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My only complaint is the lack of signage on the roads. It can be a bit confusing.
The park itself is nice and forested and sites were well designed and heavily wooded. We enjoyed our stay in this quiet and peaceful park.
The location is great for seeing Memphis, too. It served as a stopping point on our route from Houston to the Great Smoky Mountains and we enjoyed a few days here. We also did some sight-seeing in town.
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