NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - It's Thanksgiving Day, but what if there is no home-cooked meal? Tennessee's state parks have turkey and all the trimmings available.
Restaurants at eight state parks will be open on Thanksgiving Day to serve hikers, backpackers and nature-lovers who want to spend their holiday enjoying nice weather and scenic views.
The parks that are serving Thanksgiving meals are Cumberland Mountain State Park, David Crockett State Park in Lawrenceburg, Fall Creek Falls State Park, Henry Horton State Park, Montgomery Bell State Park, Natchez Trace State Park, Paris Landing State Park and Pickwick Landing State Park.
The price for meals ranges from $12.95 to $15.95 and group reservations are recommended.
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