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Orphans Home Lake

 
  Henry Horton State Park is a delightful site to stretch your legs a bit, and why not a little side trip to Aenon Creek. Any time is a perfect time at Orphans Home Lake if you love the outdoors. The good people of Spring Hill like to hang out nearby, and swing by McCutcheon Creek it's a wonderful place to visit.
This lake is so wonderful. If you need a site to stay Holiday Inn Express COLUMBIA is a nice choice. There's so much to do here at Orphans Home
    Lake that you need to camp here for a while, Yanahli East Wildlife Management Area is a fine spot for that. Going for a horse ride at nearby Spirit Horse Stables is always a fun thing to do.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Orphans Home Lake.
 Lakes Near Orphans Home Lake:
Stephens Lake, Williamson County, 13 miles away
Monsanto Number Fifteen Lake, Maury County, 13 miles away
 Public Lands Near Orphans Home Lake:
Henry Horton State Park, Tennessee, 18 miles away
Radnor Lake State Park, Tennessee, 20 miles away
Montgomery Bell State Park, Tennessee, 32 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Orphans Home Lake:
Traveler's RV Park, Columbia, 7 miles away
Yanahli East Wildlife Management Area, Belfast, 11 miles away
Yanahli West Wildlife Management Area, Culleoka, 12 miles away
Rau-wood Retreat Center, Nashville, 17 miles away
 Hotels Near Orphans Home Lake:
Best Western Spring Hill Inn & Suites, Spring Hill, 1 miles away
Hampton Inn By Hilton Spring Hill TN, Spring Hill, 1 miles away
Holiday Inn Express COLUMBIA, Columbia, 6 miles away
Comfort Inn Columbia, Columbia, 6 miles away
Fairfield Inn & Suites Columbia, Columbia, 6 miles away
 Whitewater Near Orphans Home Lake:
Little Harpeth River, Williamson/Davidson County, 17 miles away
      Class I(II) - 7 miles long (Granny White Pike to Highway 100)

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