Port Royal State Park

Parks | Exit 11

The town of Port Royal was one of the earliest towns and trading centers in Tennessee. It is said that Port Royal almost became the State Capitol, lacking only a few votes. At the height of the town’s success, it witnessed the forced removal of thousands of Cherokees during the Trail of Tears. Today, Port Royal State Historic Park preserves in public ownership and interprets the structures, landscape, collections, and other cultural resources associated with the town of Port Royal, Tennessee.


Port Royal State Historic Park includes ADA accessible restrooms and a picnic area with several tables, one being wheelchair accessible.

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3300 Old Clarksville Hwy
Adams, TN
United States

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