Henry Horton State Park Inn

Address: 4358 Nashville Highway Chapel Hill, TN 37034 Phone: (931) 364-2222 Toll-free: 800-250-8612
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Henry Horton State Park is located 40 miles south of Nashville on U.S. Hwy 31A between the towns of Chapel Hill and Lewisburg. The park is accessible via I-65 by turning east on State Hwy 99 and following the signs. From Nashville: Take I-65 South to Columbia/Chapel Hill exit #46 and travel East on Hwy. 412 to 431 South, take a right onto 431S and travel approximately 3/4 - 1 mile, taking a left on Highway 99. Follow Highway 99 until it dead-ends at Highway 31A. Turn right and travel approximately 1 mile. Park entrance is on the left. From Birmingham: Take I-65 North to Columbia/Chapel Hill exit #46 and travel East on Hwy. 412 to 431 South, take a right onto 431S and travel approximately 3/4 - 1 mile, taking a left on Highway 99. Follow Highway 99 until it dead-ends at Highway 31A. Turn right onto 31A and travel approximately 1 mile. Park entrance is on the left.

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Henry Horton State Park is located 40 miles south of Nashville on U.S. Hwy 31A between the towns of Chapel Hill and Lewisburg. The park is accessible via I-65 by turning east on State Hwy 99 and following the signs. From Nashville: Take I-65 South to Columbia/Chapel Hill exit #46 and travel East on Hwy. 412 to 431 South, take a right onto 431S and travel approximately 3/4 - 1 mile, taking a left on Highway 99. Follow Highway 99 until it dead-ends at Highway 31A. Turn right and travel approximately 1 mile. Park entrance is on the left. From Birmingham: Take I-65 North to Columbia/Chapel Hill exit #46 and travel East on Hwy. 412 to 431 South, take a right onto 431S and travel approximately 3/4 - 1 mile, taking a left on Highway 99. Follow Highway 99 until it dead-ends at Highway 31A. Turn right onto 31A and travel approximately 1 mile. Park entrance is on the left.

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