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The Henry Horton State Park is a state park and recreation area in Chapel Hill, Tennessee. It offers 1140 acres of area available for different kinds of recreational activities.

Established in the 1960s the Henry Horton State Park is named after a former Tennessee Governor, Henry Horton. The site was his former estate. Today, however, it is transformed into a massive recreational area, best known for its championship 18-hole golf course. The park also has lodging facilities in forms of inns and cabins. There are also five skeet fields, two trap fields, courts for baseball, basketball, tennis, volley ball, and disc golf, and an Olympic sized swimming pool at the site.

Aside from these, visitors of the Henry Horton State Park can also enjoy camping, hiking, and picnicking here.
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