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This park is a great balance between the brief but ever-so important history of Sycamore Shoals and great hiking. There are points along the trail to help hikers understand what occurred at Sycamore Shoals and why it was so important. This park also...more
We got in a lot of easy steps and took beautiful photos at this lovely park! Very peaceful and clean. Loved the colorful flowers covered in butterflies! The ladies at the front desk near the gift shop were kind and informative. Invited us to stay...More
Tennessee S, Owner at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park, responded to this reviewResponded August 6, 2018
Thank you for your kind words about our terrific staff and the cleanliness of our park. We will make sure to pass your comments along. Hope to see you soon!
We traveled over 200 miles to attend the outdoor drama, Freedom! The Saga of Sycamore Shoals. It was well worth the travel! It was fantastic, with a cast of at least 100 people, attention to historic detail and great special effects. We highly recommend it....More
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Tennessee S, Owner at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park, responded to this reviewResponded July 26, 2018
Thanks for sharing your review of our production! The work of many goes into making it such a special event at our park. We hope you will return again in the coming years.
Stopped in to look at the fort. Had no idea there was a reanactment going on and we arrived just as it started. Perfect timing! Happy to see the efforts of those who worked putting together this event for the public.
Tennessee S, Owner at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park, responded to this reviewResponded June 4, 2018
This is great news! We're excited you were able to see a reenactment. We work hard to provide historical interpretive programming. Hope to see you again!
Gorgeous fort, educational bliss, & artistic achievement. While, I always emotionally suffer for the Native Americans, this was a victory for the frontiersmen; the setting & history is the makings of real movie thrills.
A great place for children to visit and learn of the early history of the area. The museum the fully of interesting things. The fort is fun to visit. The drama in July is a must to see the reenactment of the settlement.
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Tennessee S, Owner at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park, responded to this reviewResponded January 12, 2018
Sycamore Shoals truly is a great place to step back in time! We appreciate you recommending our museum and upcoming reenactment in July. Hope to see you there!