October 22, 2016 Pulaski, TN 



Best Value Inn             

 Budget Inn              

 Comfort Inn

Miss Butlers Bed and Breakfast         

Super 8 Motel

Tennessee Valley RV Park


David Crockett Motel         

 Best Western Villa Inn            

A Richland Inn                 

Parkview Motel

Regency Inn          

The Granville House Bed & Breakfast

David Crocket Campground/State Park





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Best Value Inn

Best Value Inn
I-65 Exit 6/1415 Bryson Road
Ardmore/Elkton, TN 38449
Phone: 931-468-2594
Fax: 931-468-0572


Budget Inn

Budget Inn

All ground floors and newly remodeled rooms.
1025 Columbia Highway
Pulaski, TN

Comfort Inn

Comfort Inn of Pulaski

1140 West College Street
Owner: Mayur R. Patel

Miss Butler's Bed & Breakfast

429 West Jefferson Street
Owners: J. Michael & Fran Douthitt


Super 8Super 8 Motels

Welcome to Super 8, Pulaski

2400 Hwy 64
I-65 & Hwy 64 Exit 14 East
Pulaski, TN, 38478 US

Super 8 Motel / Pulaski

TN Valley RV Park

2289 Hwy. 64
Pulaski, TN 38478


Pull-Thru Level Sites Long and Shady
Full Hook-Ups Water, Sewer, Electric
Hot Showers
Laundry Facility
Dump Station
LP Gas (Propane)
Pets Welcome
Horses Welcome
Swimming Pool
Wireless Internet
Camping Store
Durhams Citgo --across the street

Nice Campground

Website - Click Here


Best Western

Villa Inn

2126 N Locust Avenue, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, United States, 38464-4401
Phone: 931-762-4448  Fax: 931-762-4998

Best Western Villa Inn - Lawrenceburg, TN


Parkview Motel
1105 W. Gaines
Lawrenceburg, Tn
Room Service, Free Parking, Handicapped Accessible Rooms, Non-smoking Rooms, Outdoor Pool, Air Conditioned Rooms, Cable Television, Other Features: HBO & Showtime, Coffee Available in Office.


Regency Inn
2000 North Locust Ave.
Lawrenceburg, Tn
Phone 931-762-4467
FAX = 931-762-4469
E-mail = TheRegencyInn@aol.com
Enjoy your stay in the largest hotel rooms in the area. We provide the best value during your stay. We also have refrigerators and microwaves available for your convenience. Along with this, we also offer a free breakfast to get your day started off right. Our facilities include meeting rooms and also the largest hotel swimming pool in town!


Richland Inn-Lawrenceburg
2125 N. Locust Ave.
Lawrenceburg, Tn
Free Limited Breakfast, Free Parking, Handicapped Accessible Rooms, Non-smoking Rooms, Meeting Facilities, Air Conditioned Rooms, Data Ports in Rooms, Cable Television.


The Granville House Bed & Breakfast
229 Pulaski St.
Lawrenceburg, Tn
An elegant Victorian era home located in historic downtown Lawrenceburg. Minutes away from Hwy. 64 and Hwy. 43, close to both I-65 and Natchez Trace Parkway.


David Crocket Motel

503 E. Gaines St., Hwy. 64E
Lawrenceburg, Tn
1 Mile East of David Crockett State Park
2 Blocks From Downtown Lawrenceburg
1 Block from Hwy. 43 & 64 Junction on Hwy. 64 East.
Only Extended Stay Motel in Lawrenceburg.

David Crocket Motel web site


David Crocket State Park / Campground

park_sign_wpe1D.jpg (15832 bytes)David Crockett - pioneer, soldier, politician, and industrialist - was born near the little town of Limestone in northeast Tennessee in 1786. In late 1816, he moved to Lawrence County and served as a justice of the peace, a colonel of the militia, and as a state representative. Along the bank of Shoal Creek, in what is now his namesake park, he established a diversified industry consisting of a powder-mill, a grist-mill and a distillery. All three operations were washed away in a flood in September, 1821. Financial difficulties from this loss caused Crockett to move to West Tennessee whereStream - {Click to enlarge]. he was elected to Congress. While in Washington, he fought for his people's right to keep land they had settled on in the new frontier of West Tennessee. Crockett died at the Alamo Mission in March of 1836 while aiding the Texans in their fight for independence from Mexico.

Dedicated in May, 1959, in honor of one of Tennessee's most famous native sons, David Crockett State Park is located on U.S. Highway 64 in Lawrence County, one-half mile west of the city of Lawrenceburg.
For a map to the David Crockett State Park - [Click Here]
For a map of the David Crockett State Park - [Click Here]


Large camper station - [Click to enlarge].
Bath house - [Click to enlarge].The park's two campgrounds contain a total of 107 sites, each equipped with a table and grill plus electrical and water hookups. Ultra-modern bathhouses provide hot showers, commodes and lavatories. There is a dump station for self-contained rigs. Campsites are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are not accepted and the stay limit is two weeks.

Camping Rates:
The camping day runs from 4:00p.m. one day to 3:00p.m. the next day. Persons occupying a site after 3:00p.m. will be charged for an additional day's camping.

Base Rate
Tenn. Seniors
Other Seniors

June 1st - Sept. 30th



Camp spot - [Click to enlarge].

For Camp Ground Maps - click on [Camp 1] - [Camp 2]

Small camper station - [Click to enlarge].The above rates are for the first two people on a site; for each additional person 7 years and over, add 50 cents per day. Tennessee residents who are 100% disabled (with proper identification), receive a 50% discount on camping. Non-residents who possess the Golden Access Passport or a disabled person's license plate will receive a 50% discount regardless of age. Non-residents who possess the Golden Age Passport will receive a discount. The park's Scout Camp may be reserved by non profit organizations at a cost of 50 cents per person.

Note: The electrical outlets on the campsites only have 30 amp service. An adapter which adapts down to 15 amps is available at the park office, with a $10.00 deposit.


Inside picture of Crockett Park Restaurant - [Click to enlarge].
The park's restaurant, with a seating capacity of 240, is situated on a hill overlooking scenic Lindsey Lake. Open year-round, it features fine southern cuisine at popular prices. Two private dining rooms are availablFood bar inside Crockett Restaurant - [Click to enlarge].e for group functions. The restaurant can also cater to groups of up to 250 persons. Located inside the restaurant is an excellent collection of art. You'll find many collectables here including various memorabilia. Come enjoy our fine selection of foods and crafts.


An Olympic-size swimming pool with a modern bathhouse and concession stand offers the very finest in aquatic enjoyment. There is ample sunbathing space and a wading pool for children. Lifeguards are on duty during swimming hours and the pool is open from early summer through mid August.

Forty-acre Lindsey Lake provides year-round fishing enjoyment, and large stringers of bass are not uncommon. Rowboats and pedLindsey Lake - [Click to enlarge].al boats are available for rent at the park boat dock. No personally owned boats or motors are permitted on the lake. Fishermen over 13 years of age must possess a valid Tennessee fishing license. Fishermen using boats Bike & Excersize path - [Click to enlarge].must provide their own flotation devices and paddles or electric trolling motor.

A full range of recreational facilities and activities can be found at Crockett Park including a paved bicycle trail. Other activities include hiking, tennis, softball, volleyball, ping- pong and much more.

One of the many shelters for gathering - [Click to enlarge].With the many various shelters available throughout the park, you'll also be able to host those summer family reunions, friendship gatherings, cookouts, birthday celebrations or any other group function. Looking for just a simple outdoor barbeque experience? We have an abundance of picnic  locations all around the park which include tables and grills.

Children feeding ducks - [Click to enlarge].David Crockett State Park is also a sanctuarTwo young deer playing near the path - [Click to enlarge].y. Here, you will be able to enjoy many varieties of plants and animals. Known throughout Tennessee are the Deer families and bird varieties that live and breed within the safety of the park.

Programs and Activities:

Water-wheel for milling - [Click to enlarge].
A park naturalist and recreation director are on duty throughout the summer months. Both provide a variety of planned activities and programs including guided tours, organized games, arts and crafts, historical demonstrations and presentations, campfires, movies, slide shows, hayrides and more.

Falls and stream - [Click to enlarge].The park naturalist operates the Crockett Museum where milling demonstrations are presented during the summer months. The museum exhibits depict the life and times of Crockett as a pioneer, soldier, politician and industrialist. There is no admission charge to the museum. There is a large Amphitheatre located in the park as well to host a variety of plays, congregations, wedding ceremonies and many other activities. A large Scout Camp is located in the middle of the park that can be reserved for all scouting occasions. Come experience the beauty and fascination of the great outdoors here at David Crockett State Park.

Special Events:

  Davy Crockett Days
David Crockett Arts and Crafts Festival
2nd Weekend in August
Labor Day Weekend

For more information, view the following list of facilities which will give you seasonal and hourly operation:

Park Office:     

Summer Season:
Mon - Sun

7:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Winter Season:
Mon - Sun

7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Park Restaurant:

Sat & Sun

7:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Mon - Sun

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Fri - Sat

4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Interpretive Center:

Summer Season Only:
Tue - Sat

9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Sun 1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
. . . Interpretive Programs:
Check the entrance station and park bulletin boards for campfire programs and special events happening in the park.

Swimming Pool:

Summer Season Only:
Tue - Sat

10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sun 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

  Boat Dock:

Boat Rental
Paddle Boats:
Fishing Boats: