Blue Heron Campground

Oneida, Tennessee, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Oneida

Leg #2

A travel blog entry by dezdaman

Had a big breakfast, packed out bags and then hit the road. Today was a lot easier as all we had to do was drive along I-75, which has periodic rest areas. Today drove from Detroit to Tennessee and are sleeping in caryville tonight. Had an interesting supper, at a real southwestern restaurant and on top of that there was Bluegrass music! Stayed at an interesting Hampton Inn, which was full of it's history from the ...

County 15 of 95 - Pickett County (Byrdstown, TN)

A travel blog entry by 95counties

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... I walked into the cafe I serendipitously ran into a friend of mine I had not seen in nearly four years. Ivan Raley, the local Pastor at the First Baptist Church of Byrdstown, and I first met back in 2008. It has been a pleasure serving Ivan and his wife, Carole, as their trusted financial ...

National Park / Historic Village

A travel blog entry by heidif

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On the road north to visit the Big South Fork National Park. Saw the river from the trail along the side and then again from the overlook at the top of the gorge. Kids completed their junior ranger badge at the visitor center at Bandy Creek. They enjoyed walking along the river and throwing rocks in the water. Saw one deer while driving through the park.

Drove to ...

Hiking the Honey Creek Trail in the BSF.

A travel blog entry by sharon42

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... Since the trail was dry and easily passable, there was no water in the creek. There are several creeks to cross on this trail, but most were dry when we crossed.
There were many areas which would have been beautiful waterfalls, had there been water. The rocks were laid out perfectly to have the water running over them. There were around four to five falls which were running. Ice Castle Falls, Boulder house Falls, Honey Creek Falls, and two more had a ...

Visiting a Kentucky National Park by Rail

A travel blog entry by meganlocke

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... railroad engine, we were pulled by a switcher (designed to pull several cars at a time) which is unique. But the surprise was at the end of the trip. It went to a National Historic Area, Blue Heron Coal Mining Camp. The park was filled with interpretive exhibits about the original camp. Well worth taking a trip on if you happen to be in the area. I will make a point of going back again sometime.
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