Greeneleafe Inn

Address: 201 Murfreesboro Hwy, Manchester, Tennessee, 37355, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 201 Murfreesboro Hwy, Manchester, is near Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park.
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Travel Blogs from Manchester

Jack Daniel Distillery & Lynchburg, Tennessee

A travel blog entry by laurapopoff on Sep 08, 2014

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Got up at 0830 am, showered, dressed & down for breakfast. Headed off to Lynchburg & the Jack Daniel Distillery tour. Free tour was Great! & tour guide Jason was very good (retired firefighter) We walked into town after & had lunch at the a Iron Kettle restaurant. We went to the general store & bought some souvenirs. In another shop I found some sanuk sandals on sale so bought that & some Whiskey fudge. ...

State Park Campground

A travel blog entry by rvcraigers on Sep 01, 2014

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We arrived in Manchester, Tennessee and found the Old Stone Fort campground/park. We traveled deep into the woods and had a whole loop to ourselves since all the Labor Day campers had left. The site was above the river and to level it they had made a thick asphalt pad. It was so thick, ...

Alabama to Madison Virginia

A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Aug 25, 2014

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... here as there is always lots of things to do, fishing in the lake, going for long walks in the forest, fixing things around the house and so on.

This time I caught two fish big enough to eat.

Our stay in the USA is coming to an end and we are now busy advertising our Van, good old Black Bear. Next week we will be in Ft. Lauderdale to hopefully find him a new owner. There will be one more final update from down there before we catch our plane in mid ...

Old Stone Fort State Park

A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on Jun 22, 2014

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... lead way I want to allow her..While we were suiting up for the hiking and spraying off with the OFF with Deet bug spray, Tony and Noel went into the visitors center and museum (no doggies allowed in here)

Hiking at Old Stone Fort

A travel blog entry by sharon42 on Jun 17, 2012

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... falls on a second creek. There are some nice wading areas on this creek.)

Sunday we headed down the trail. It began at the museum and headed in several directions. One trail lead beside the Duck River. There were three falls on this river below the dam. The first set of falls was Blue Hole Falls. There was a wooden ladder which you could climb down, or you could climb down the rocks right beside it. The first time I visited this park last ...