The Camp Blount Historic Site Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit working to PRESERVE Camp Blount's history, PROTECT the site from further encroachment, and EDUCATE visitors about this prominent piece of history.
The creation and ongoing development of the Camp Blount Historic Site is a collaborative effort between the Tennessee Historical and Wars Commissions (TN Department of Environment and Conservation), local government, and the Camp Blount Historic Site Association.
Camp Blount is a park owned by the State of Tennessee and managed by the City of Fayetteville. The site does not currently offer tours or camping spaces. Trails are open to the public; however, usage of the pavilion and grounds for private events carries restrictions and must be approved by city and state entities.
Third Annual Volunteer Days
School Day: September 27, 2024
Public Day: September 28, 2024
Planning is underway and details to come!
Discover the Camp Blount Historic Site Association
As Tennessee celebrated the 200th anniversary of its role in the War of 1812, a vision for the Camp Blount Historic Site began to take shape. Today, work is underway to bring this vision to life.