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Waze app took us right to this site - easy to find and there is also signage along the roadside. Plenty of parking although we were the only ones visiting at the time. As shown in the photos I have attached, the wide graveled path...More
Would love this site to connect with the Patsy Cline museum in Nashville. It is a little hard to navigate to for anyone with orthopedic issues. Would like to see them add music and speakers at the site
Not much there but it is very nicely done. Physically challenged may find it a bit challenging. You take a gravel path they have zigzagged to get down to it but then coming back up could be rough. You can see the large stone from...More
When you're there it really hits home what a major tragedy this was...as peaceful as it is today, while standing here you can imagine how hard it was for the rescue workers to get to this site (there's a road and homes now, back in...More
Nice little place to stop if you are in the area. It's very close to some of our property in the area but it's off the beaten path. Easy to find though. It is down a gravel road so be careful if you are on...More
This memorial is in its early stage. Besides the boulder (nice), there isn't much. The newspaper articles on display are of poor quality and the sign at the entrance is missing. Steep paths that are being washed away because of poor construction.
We enjoyed the memorial because we are avid Patsy fans. It is a steep walk into the woods, off the main road. I wouldn't go by myself simply because of the world we live in now. For fans it is worth the stop if you...More
We drove for what felt like forever to get to a rock. I felt like more should have been there. A legend died there. I googled and found more information than was given at the site. There is a tiny pavilion with wrinkled and faded...More