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The park was named for General Nathan Bedford Forrest, the intrepid Confederate cavalry leader, who on November 4, 1864, attacked and destroyed the federal supply and munitions depot at (Old) Johnsonville at the mouth of Trace Creek. His operations were concentrated along the river in the vicinity of the park and the town of Eva.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on April 3, 2013
Boating, camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking, cabins, interpretive center, museum, nature programs, softball, volleyball, horseshoes, badminton, playgrounds
Boat Launch, Cabins, Drinking Water, Dump Station, Flush Toilet, Grill, Hookup - Electric, Hookup - Water, Picnic Table, Playground, Showers, Volleyball
$16-$20 per night
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