Henry Horton State Park
4209 Nashville Hwy
Chapel Hill, TN 37034
From Nashville, take I-65 South to Columbia/Chapel Hill exit #46 and travel East on Hwy. 412 to 431 South, take a right onto
431S and travel approximately 3/4 - 1 mile, taking a left on Highway 99. Follow Highway 99 until it dead-ends at Highway 31A. Turn right and travel approximately 1 mile. Park entrance is on the left.
From Knoxville, take I-40 W toward Nashville. Merge onto TN-840 W via EXIT 235 toward Murfreesboro for 35 miles.
Take the US-31A / US-41A exit- exit 42- toward Shelbyville/Lewisburg. Turn left onto Horton Hwy// US-31A / US-41A / TN-11. Continue to follow US-31A / TN-11 18.6 miles.
From Memphis, take I-40 E toward Nashville. Merge onto I-440 E via Exit 206 toward Knoxville. Merge onto I-65 S
via Exit 5 toward Huntsville 34.4 miles. Take the US-412 / TN-99 exit- Exit 46- toward Columbia / Chapel Hill. Turn Left onto US-412 / TN-99 / Bear Creek Pk / Sylvester Chunn Hwy. Continue to
follow TN-99 3.9 miles. Turn Right onto US-431 / TN-106 / TN-99 0.8 miles. Turn Left onto TN-99 7.4 miles. Turn Right onto US-31A / TN-11 0.7 miles
From Birmingham, take I-65 North to Columbia/Chapel Hill exit #46 and travel East on Hwy. 412 to 431 South, take a right
onto 431S and travel approximately 3/4 - 1 mile, taking a left on Highway 99. Follow Highway 99 until it dead-ends at Highway 31A. Turn right onto 31A and travel approximately 1 mile. Park entrance is on the
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As you come in the main entrance of Henry Horton State Park off of Hwy 31A/Sam Davis Hwy/Nashville Hwy take the
immediate left that runs parallel to 31A. (Do not go straight and do not turn right towards the restaurant.) Follow that road for 200 yards past the rows of picnic tables until you see the large
A-frame shelter. Bear right and go 100 yards past the shelter down the hill towards the river. Parking will be in the two lots on the right and in the marked spaces along the left side of the road.
Please DO NOT park in the grass!
Map of Henry Horton State Park
Close-up of north end.