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Just took a short camping trip this weekend. I’ve never been so bored at a park. Not much to do except take the 2 short hikes. Lake is full sun, so no shade to pull one of the metal jon boats into if you want...More
“New to the area” day trip, discovery excursion took us to the AJ State Park.
Park fees are a per person charge, $1.25 each for us “seniors.”
Museum hours are limited so check to be sure it fits your travel schedule. Without the museum /...More
Nice park lots to see and do. Our campsite was NOT level so prepare yourself. Our site was number 4. See pics of how we had to level our pull behind. Very tight curves within campground ... not for beginner driving their camper in especially...More
We had a reservation we made online through reserveamerica as we have many other times for other campgrounds. We drove into the park and passed by the day visitor "check-in". We followed the direction sign towards the campground, driving through looking for the site number...More
Well maintained grounds. The office is very interesting with all of the Jackson information and era correct displays. Rates are very reasonable for camping. Boats are available with oars and life vests provided, just no motors. They have playgrounds, a couple shelters and a well...More
This state park is relatively compact. It offers an easy 1-mile trail around the lake as well as - boat rentals, a nice playground for kids, picnic areas and some historical interest. Nature-wise, we had a nice time. Nevertheless, this place is unsupervised and it...More
small. yet historical powerful park. Great combo of nature and history make this a wonderful stop. Love the markers and monuments to Andrew Jackson. The museum, which is only opened on Saturdays is fantastic. original relics along with replicas helped tell the story of Jackson's...More
This is a nice little State Park which is the birthplace of President Andrew Jackson. There is a really good picnic shelter with a fireplace. A first rate museum. Good camping and fishing and an important piece of statuary of the young Andrew Jackson. There...More