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The Red Clay State Park is a state park and historic site in Cleveland, Tennessee. It is located just above the Tennessee-Georgia stateline and offers 263 acres of area.

Also an interpretive center along the Cherokee Trail of Tears, the Red Clay State Park was created in order to preserve the last seat of the Cherokee national government before the Indian Removal Act of 1830 was reinforced in 1838. The site also served as cotton and pasture land. It is also home to a natural landmark, the Blue Hole Spring, which is a deep pool that flows to the Mill Creek, which was also used by the Cherokee as a water supply.

The Red Clay State Park offers opportunities for picnicking. It also has an ampitheatre and the James F. Corn Interpretive Center.
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