Directions to Cemetery

Directions to Cemetery

FROM I-65 SOUTH OF NASHVILLE
Exit Brentwood or Old Hickory Blvd. West
Travel several miles until you are in the park with Steeplechase on right
Turn left on Vaughn Rd. (traffic light)
Drive past picnic areas and big open field into woods and cross stream
Soon on right is subdivision named Horseshoe Bend, turn right at entrance
Travel at least a mile to the first left turn which is Cedar Knob
It deadends into a culdesac with two houses
The old dirt road went straight ahead as if continuing Cedar Knob
It is now overgrown and would require 4-wheel drive to manuever
Park here and walk up the old road less than a mile to cemetery
It is on top of the hill with large home yard to left
If I haven’t used weedeater recently, you may have difficulty seeing gravestones

FROM I-40 WEST OF NASHVILLE
There are multiple ways, but easiest directions are to
Exit Old Hickory Blvd. East (or south of interstate – right if coming from the west)
Travel several miles until you cross U.S. 70 a busy commercial street
Drive over hill and past housing until deadend into State Hwy 100
Turn left on 100 and then at a light turn right on continuation of Old Hickory
Soon into park at light you turn right on Vaughn Rd.
Drive past picnic areas and big open field into woods and cross stream
Soon on right is subdivision named Horseshoe Bend, turn right at entrance
Travel at least a mile to the first left turn which is Cedar Knob
It deadends into a culdesac with two houses
The old dirt road went straight ahead as if continuing Cedar Knob
It is now overgrown and would require 4-wheel drive to manuever
Park here and walk up the old road less than a mile to cemetery
It is on top of the hill with large home yard visible to left
If I haven’t used weedeater recently, you may have difficulty seeing gravestones

MAP

https://goo.gl/maps/3czSNh8jTH72    Google Map link to end of Cedar Knob Road, then you must walk up the old dirt road to top of hill for cemetery

 

IMPORTANT NOTES IF VISITING

The cemetery is in overgrown woods behind very expensive houses and not easy to find, especially if no one has used a weedeater on it recently. If it has rained recently it will be muddy on the road up the hill. It is better to walk unless you have 4WD and if you drive just keep going on Cedar Knob Road as if it did not end where pavement ends.  If you can go with someone who has been there before, it will be easier. Also, most of the neighbors are friendly and will help you find the cemetery.

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