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Ashland City, TN - Attractions

Ashland City, TN - Attractions

The Cheatham County county seat, Ashland City is just down the road from Nashville. Follow Highway 12 out of Nashville or you could sail down the Cumberland River.
Just Down The Road from: Charlotte, in Dickson County, and accessible from I-24 from two different exits.

Here are just some of the things you can do in Ashland City...

Harpeth River Bridge Campground. - This public campground is off Hwy 49 W and sports 15 sites, flush toilets, boating, fishing, grills and senior citizen discounts. Contact them for additional information at 931-792-4195.

Lock A Campground. - This public facility has 45 sites with electric, water, flush toilets, showers, sewer stations, boating, fishing, swimming area, phone and they offer senior citizen discounts. Give them a call at 931-792-3715.

Cheatham Wildlife Management Area

Provides opportunity to watch birds, including bald eagles. Riding trails for horses, small and big game hunting, archery, and rifle ranges open to the public.

Cheatham Wildlife Trail Rides
P.O. Box 354
Ashland City, TN 37015

Ride the wooded trails in the 20,000 acres of Cheatham Wildlife Management Area. Rides are scheduled for Feb. 15, 1999; March 13, 1999; and April 10, 1999. Proof must be shown of a negative Coggin's test for each horse or riders will not be allowed to ride. Plan to arrive between 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. You will register as you pullup in your vehicle. There are trail leaders or you can ride on your own. Experienced riders can ride for 4 - 5 hours, 3 - 4 hours for moderate and a 2 hour ride for novices. Concessions are available. There is a cost of $10.00 per horse. The proceeds will be used to build restrooms.


From I-40 take exit 204. Take Briley Parkway to Hwy 12 north into Ashland city. Turn left onto Hwy. 49 West at the traffic light at the courthouse in Ashland City. Cross the Cumberland River, turn left onto Hwy. 250. Travel approximately 5 miles to the Duke's Store and entrance to the Cheatham Wildlife Management Area.


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