Rhodes Ferry Park

Rhodes Ferry Park is one of many parks operated by the city of Decatur, Morgan County. The name honors the original name of the city, Rhodes Ferry, named for a landowner who operated a ferry across the Tennessee River in the 1810s. The park is also notable as a departure point for the Cherokee Indian Trail of Tears. The park features a playground, picnic facilities, and walking trails along the river.

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