Johnsonville State Historic Park
Johnsonville State Historic Park is a day-use park named for former President Andrew Johnson. This 2000-acre park located in Humphreys County commemorates the site of the Johnsonville Depot, the Battle of Johnsonville and the historic town site of Johnsonville that existed from 1864-1944 prior to the formation of Kentucky Lake.
Johnsonville State Historic Park Rangers offer a variety of interpretive programs for the public throughout the year. These programs include guided hikes, a Junior Ranger Camp, and a number of living history programs such as the annual Battle of Johnsonville Commemorative Living History Event which is held in early November.
The park also has some great recreational opportunities for those who just enjoy being in the outdoors. Approximately 10 miles of well-maintained trails meander through this historic area and are enjoyed by hikers and recreational walkers alike.
For more information, visit the Johnsonville State Historic Park website.