Stone Bridge Memorial Park & Visitor Center

Address: 2061 Thornton Taylor Fayetteville, TN 37334 Contact Email: rhoney@fayelectric.com Phone: (931) 433-6059
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Park entrance: Thornton Taylor Pkwy: take Hwy. 64 E. or 64 W. onto Pkwy.

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Miniature of 1861 stone bridge (the original fell in 1969), visitor center, pavilions, walking track, restrooms, waterfall, 1796 cabin and canoe access to Elk River.


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City: Fayetteville, TN
Region: Middle Tennessee
Subregion: Nashville & Surrounding Areas

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