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The Johnsonville State Historic Park is a state park and historic site in New Johnsonville, Tennessee. It is best known for being the site of the 1864 Battle of Johnsonville.

Situated on the old town of (now flooded) Johnsonville, the Johnsonville, State Historic Park is a 600 acre park located on the eastern side of the Kentucky Lake. It is named after the Military Governor Andrew Johnson and is preserved for being the site where the Battle of Johnsonville took place. The site offers a hiking trail six miles long featuring the historic parts of the area.

The Johnsonville State Historic Park is also famous for fishing as it contains miles of Tennessee River shoreline. There are also some picnic facilities available at the site.
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