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    From the West: Entering I-40 at the 108, go east to exit 133. Exit onto Tennessee Highway 191 North. This scenic route leads to Birdsong Resort and Marina at mile marker 9 and is the home of the Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm, Tour and Museum. The Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm is the only culturing operation in North America growing Tennessee’s official state gemstone: the freshwater pearl. From the interstate exit, continue north on 191 for 7 miles to the 7 mile marker and located on the right is the Kentucky Lake Scenic Overlook. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the scenic Tennessee River’s Beautiful Kentucky Lake. There is a lot of history from TVA's creation. Continue north on Hwy. 191, then turn left on Highway 70 into the Camden area. In the county seat, stop and visit the Camden Historical Museum, the Patsy Cline Memorial site, and browse in the variety of quaint shops along the way. From the Camden Court Square pick up Highway 191 again and continue on to Eva, TN – home of Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park. At the top of Pilot Knob within the park is the Tennessee River Folklife Museum. Return to Camden via Highway 191, turn west on Main Street to 641 North on to Henry County.

    From the North: From Highway 641, turn left on Main Street to the Court Square. Exit the Court Square on Highway 191 to Eva, TN – home of Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park. At the top of Pilot Knob within the park is the Tennessee River Folklife Museum. Return to Camden via Highway 191. In the county seat, stop and visit the Camden Historical Museum, the Patsy Cline Memorial site, and browse in the variety of quaint shops along the way. From the Camden Court Square, take Highway 70 East. Turn right on Highway 191 South. . This scenic route leads to the Kentucky Lake Scenic Overlook. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the scenic Tennessee River’s Beautiful Kentucky Lake. Only 2 miles farther south (at the 9 mile marker) is Birdsong Resort and Marina – home of the Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm, Tour and Museum. The Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm is the only culturing operation in American growing Tennessee’s official state gemstone: the freshwater pearl. Take 191 South to I-40 West entering at the 133. 1-40 West will lead to the exit 126 for Decatur County, or I-40 East will lead to the exit 143 for Humphries County.

    From the East: Entering I-40 from the Humphries County exit 143 going west on I-40 to Exit 133 – Birdsong Road. Exit onto Tennessee Highway 191 North. This scenic route leads to Birdsong Resort and Marina – home of the Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm, Tour and Museum. The Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm is the only culturing operation in American growing Tennessee’s official state gemstone: the freshwater pearl. Continue north on 191 and only 2 miles down the road (at the 7 mile marker) is the Kentucky Lake Scenic Overlook. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the scenic Tennessee River’s Beautiful Kentucky Lake. Continue north on Hwy. 191, then turn left on Highway 70 into the Camden area. In the county seat, stop and visit the Camden Historical Museum, the Patsy Cline Memorial site, and browse in the variety of quaint shops along the way. From the Camden Court Square pick up Highway 191 again and continue on to Eva, TN – home of Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park. At the top of Pilot Knob within the park is the Tennessee River Folklife Museum. Return to Camden via Highway 191, turn west on Main Street to 641 North on to Henry County.

    From the South: From Decatur County, driving Highway 69/641 northward to I-40. Enter I-40 east bound. Continue on I-40 to Exit 133 – Birdsong Road. Exit onto Tennessee Highway 191 North. This scenic route leads to Birdsong Resort and Marina – home of the Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm, Tour and Museum. The Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm is the only culturing operation in American growing Tennessee’s official state gemstone: the freshwater pearl. Continue north on 191 and only 2 miles down the road (at the 7 mile marker) is the Kentucky Lake Scenic Overlook. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the scenic Tennessee River’s Beautiful Kentucky Lake. Continue north on Hwy. 191, then turn left on Highway 70 into the Camden area. In the county seat, stop and visit the Camden Historical Museum, the Patsy Cline Memorial site, and browse in the variety of quaint shops along the way. From the Camden Court Square pick up Highway 191 again and continue on to Eva, TN – home of Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park. At the top of Pilot Knob within the park is the Tennessee River Folklife Museum. Return to Camden via Highway 191, turn west on Main Street to 641 North on to Henry County.

    For more information contact info@kentuckylaketennessee.com