Trunk or Treat in the Park
Please come and join us for Trunk or Treat and spooky trail at Bledsoe Creek State Park in the Gallatin, Sumner, Hendersonville area of Tennesseee. Located in the stage area of the day use portion. This is a popular Halloween event that is a twist on the old Trick or Treat idea during October. Stay for hot chocolate. Everyone invited!
Hendersonville Trunk or Treat in the Park at Bledsoe Creek State Park takes place on Saturday October, 18, 2014 and Saturday, October 25, 2014
Bledsoe Creek State Park Information:
Summer: 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Winter: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
For Further Information Contact:
Phone (615) 452-3706
Bledsoe Creek State Park is located on the backwaters of Old Hickory Lake. Surrounded on three sides by water and forest, this 164-acre park offers campers and day-use visitors an opportunity to observe an abundance of songbirds, waterfowl, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, and rare native wildflowers.
The surrounding community is rich with history; the park was named for settler Isaac Bledsoe, who built a frontier fort close to here in 1779. Bledsoe’s Lick provided water and attracted game for Native Americans at Castallian
Springs, a large prehistoric Mississippian village, and white settlers, who hunted abundant buffalo. Nearby Wynnewood, an early stagecoach stop, is the largest
standing log structure in Tennessee.
From Interstate 65 Traveling From Nashville: Traveling north from Nashville on I-65, take Exit 95 to Vietnam Veterans Blvd. (Hwy. 386). Take Hwy. 386 to Hwy. 31-E North into Gallatin,TN. Pick up Hwy. 25 East and travel approximately 7 miles to mile marker 20. Turn right onto Zieglers Fort Rd. Travel 1 mile to the park entrance.
From Interstate 65 Traveling From Kentucky: Exit I-65 at exit 96, Hwy 174 East, follow signs to Gallatin and Hwy 25.
From Interstate 40 East: Take Lebanon Exit 238 (Hwy. 231) off of I-40 through Lebanon. Travel 15 miles to Hwy. 25. Turn left and travel 7 miles to Zieglers Fort Rd. Turn left and travel 1 mile to the park entrance.
From Interstate 40 West: Take Gallatin Exit 232 (Hwy. 109) off of I-40. Travel north 15 miles across the Cumberland River Bridge. Travel 2 miles to Airport Rd. and turn right. Travel to the intersection at Hwy. 25. Turn right onto Hwy 25 and travel 2 miles to Zieglers Fort Rd. Turn right and travel 1 mile to the park entrance.iCal