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KINGSTON SPRINGS Photo by Desmond Lake Carving by Lundy Cupp Local Wood Carving Artisan

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Brush Creek Recreation Area River Road, 3.5 miles south of Ashland City The area is for day-use and features a picnic shelter available for reservations, a playground, rest rooms, picnic tables with grills, an accessible fishing trail with pier and a launching ramp with courtesy float. Take Highway 49 across the Cumberland River and turn left on River Road to reach Brush Creek Recreation Area. Cheatham Dam Recreation Area Cheatham Dam Road off Hwy. 12, Cheap Hill Located 11 miles northwest of Ashland City, the right bank is a day- use area that provides picnic shelters that may be reserved. The area also features numerous individual picnic tables with grills, a beach with sand (no life guard on duty), boat launching ramps, playgrounds, volleyball courts, a softball field and public restrooms. Sycamore Creek Recreation Area 4 miles northwest of Ashland City Located on Chapmansboro Road, Sycamore Creek is a day-use area featuring a picnic shelter that may be reserved, a playground, restrooms, picnic tables with grills and a boat- launching ramp with courtesy float.

Nashville National Golf Links 1725 New Hope Road Joelton, TN 37080 615.746.0400

L undy and his art have been featured in art galleries (Including a solo exhibit in 2017 at Ensworth Gallery in Nashville, TN), two PBS television shows (Tennessee Crossroads and Tennessee’s Wildside), multiple television interviews, local newscasts, two feature articles in Nashville Arts Magazine and multiple blogs including one by the Editor of Fine Books and Collections Magazine for his book carvings. He is also a regular contributor to the international publication Woodcarving Illustrated Magazine featuring both his woodcarving and pumpkin carving. “I created that piece initially because I love this town and the incredible community spirit,” Lundy said, adding that both his love and reverence have grown over these last years. Known as “the old man in the tree,” the current piece was initially created to make something of a tree that was dying.

Adventureworks Zipline 1300 Narrows of The Harpeth Road Kingston Springs, TN 37082 www.adventureworks.com Ashland City Disc Golf 233 Tennessee Waltz Parkway Ashland City, TN 37015 615.792.7553 Dry Creek Trail Races www.worldsmarathons.com/ marathon/dry-creek-trail-races Foggy Bottom Canoe 1270 Hwy. 70 Kingston Springs, TN 37082 www.foggybottomcanoe.com Mound Bottom Archeological Site 1301-1399 Cedar Hill Road Kingston Springs, TN 37082 Narrows of the Harpeth 1640 Cedar Hill Road Kingston Springs, TN 37082 Riverbluff Triathlon Riverbluff Park Ashland City, TN 37015 www.abovethefoldevents.com/ riverbluff-triathlon.html With 3 Distance Options Ashland City, TN 37015

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