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The Bledsoe Creek State Park is a state park and recreation area in Gallatin, Tennessee. It features portions of the Bledsoe Creek, Old Hickory Lake, and the Cumberland River.

Developed by the US Army Corps of Engineers in 1954 as a part of their Old Hickory Dam Project, the Bledsoe Creek State Park became a state park in 1973. IT was initially a campground, but later on also allowed boating and recreational fishing (the Old Hickory Lake is filled with catfish, crappie, bluegill, and bass). They?ve also developed several miles of nature trails ideal for hiking. They also offer environmental programs all year round. Wildlife viewing can also be enjoyed in the park. Folks can spot whitetail deer, beavers, foxes, bobcats, and muskrats at the site. Bald and golden eagles can also be seen here during the winter months.
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