La Quinta Inn Crossville
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... sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">Standing Stone Monument
The Standing Stone was a 13-foot (4.0 m)-tall rock that once stood upright on a sandstone ledge in the area. It was the legendary boundary between Cherokee and Shawnee territory and marked the Cherokee Tallonteeskee Trail. The ...
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DAY TRIP: 1 hr 45 min from Nashville one way and about 10 minutes outside of Sparta
... said to be around 3,000. The stone had been brought back and placed on a
pedestal for all to see on land donated by the Cumberland Coal Company. The
Rt 52 Hwy
Rugby, TN 37852
FREE to enjoy. Great place to swim, picnic and play with your friends and family. No playground equipment for the kids, but free parking and great place to hike and enjoy the day.
... for. There were flowers and trees, birds and butterflies, nests, snails, spiders and all kinds of interesting outdoor fun! We enjoyed the company and had such a great time although our stay was way too short... as Sarah put it ...next time we need to come for at least a week. Thank you for opening your home to us so warmly.
From Crossville we drove to Spring Hill TN to visit our friends Tom and Sheila Jones and to meet their little Ozzie. Jacob ...