From Chattanooga on I-75 take exit 3A (e. Brainerd Rd.) & travel 8 mi. East on Brainerd Rd., turn right on London Ln., for 2.8 mi., turn left on Mt. Vernon Rd., for 4 mi. Turn left on Old Apison Rd., for 0.7 mi. turn left on Red Clay Park Rd., travel 1.5 mi. to park entrance.
Red Clay State Historic Park is located in the extreme southwest corner of Tennessee, just above the Tennessee-Georgia state line. The park encompasses 263-acres and contains a natural landmark, the Blue Hole Spring. The spring was used by the Cherokee for their water supply during council meetings.
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Free admission to the Park
March through November: 8:00 a.m. until sunset------December through February: 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Open year-round except for Christmas holidays.
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