Address: 301 Eufala St, Fayetteville, TN 37334, USA
Great place to visit and just enjoy the scenery. Paved path offers a great walkway, with swings to sit and listen to the river. Christmas lights are a bonus this time of year …
Very pretty place to visit. Well maintained, with the exception of the broken and out of food, food dispensers. Some good history to intake and read about here. The ducks are a bonus. So friendly and sweet.
Terrible place to go and eat. Tables were filthy and RATS was running around everywhere. On the tables, the seats and the rafters. It has potential to be a nice park but right now it is terrible.
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Yes. They don't fill it with trout. The only thing I know that they put it there are catfish.
No camping at this park. You could try Sharon Johnson park in New Market, AL or Davy Crockett Park in Lawrenceburg, TN. TN has several campgrounds to choose from. You just have to research. Good luck.
I suppose you could, but the width of the path, especially around the pond, it may be better to walk.
Measuring the distance using Google Maps; It's about a quarter mile track, so four laps.
I don't remember seeing any; there are picnic tables (under shelter and in the open), restrooms, porch swings, a walking path, ducks and feed for purchase, a performance stage, etc.
No hiking trails here. All they have is a walking track that I believe is 1/4 mile (May be wrong). If you're interested in hiking trails in Fayetteville, I recommend Wells Hill Park.
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