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Long Hunter Park is an outdoors treasure-trove
Mar 20, 2013 10:00 pm
Long Hunter State Park, located on the shores of Percy Priest Lake along Wilson County’s southwest boundary, is a 2,600-acre outdoors paradise.
Nestled between the Nashville metropolis and the rapidly-developing Mt. Juliet area, the park – which opened in 1978, a decade after Stones River was dammed to create Percy Priest -- is a naturalists’ bastion. It features hiking trails, camp sites, swimming areas, nature studies and boating and fishing in Percy Priest and Couchville Lake.
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