Thursday, June 20, 2019


Geni and I arrived May 2nd at our destination Davy Crockett Birth place State Park , TN. for the next two months as Camp Hosts. Its a small park with 100 sites but it has an amazing homestead attached to it, with original log cabins, and farm animals. Davy Crockett was born here in 1780 and died defending our country at the Alamo March 6th 1836.
The park has 71 RV sites and 17 Tent sites, has 5 miles of hiking trails and good fishing along the Nolichucky River which runs along the campground. There also is an original Confederate soldiers grave site located on one of the trails. The visitors center has a small but very nice museum and a short movie that tells the History of Davy Crockett.
Fields of wild Flowers are everwhere

Black Powder Shoot at park

Davy signed this rock in 1780

Awesome swimming pool in park

Park entrance
Tobacco fields are planted in spring 

Trader fair at park

Monument built in 1967 has a craved rock from every state in union

Tom Turkey

Donkey likes Geni

Roscoe hard at work

Nolichucky River by camp Ground

Confederate soldiers grave