80 miles from Nashville in Tennessee, Hohenwald is the county seat of Lewis County - named after Meriwether Lewis, of the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition. Hohenwald camping resort visitors can see Lewis’ Gravesite and National Monument. Lewis died nearby on the Natchez Trace historic path that links Tennessee and Mississippi. Created by Native Americans, it was used in the 18th century by explorers, traders and settlers. Now, Natchez Trace RV Resort guests can follow in the footsteps of history and take a scenic drive or cycle along parts of the 444-mile Natchez Trace Parkway ‘All-American Road’, which stays close to the original route.
To really enjoy the Hohenwald camping experience, learn more of Hohenwald’s history at the Lewis County Museum, before exploring today’s diverse community around Natchez Trace RV Resort – visit the thriving art gallery, see a performance at the 1939 Strand Theatre, taste at three local wineries, play golf on the municipal course, or rent a canoe for a relaxing float along the buffalo river.