Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park is 2.3 mi. n.e. on SR 191 to 1825 Pilot Knob Rd., following signs. Within the 2,587-acre park, Pilot Knob overlooks the locale of the Battle of Johnsonville; in 1864 Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest destroyed Union boats and supplies with camouflaged artillery. A monument overlooks Kentucky Lake. Tennessee River Folklife Interpretive Center displays a variety of regional exhibits. Many recreational opportunities are available.
Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.). Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted.