Pembroke Oak Grove Road to Jefferson Davis Memorial
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Date Submitted: April 28, 2012
Submitted by: bikesand beards
Motorcycle Road Length: 17 Miles
You can start this trip in Clarksville Tennessee at the intersection of Tiny Town Road and Pembroke Road. From there head north on Pembroke Road (which changes names to Pembroke Oak Grove Road (AKA Route 115) once you pass into KY). Take this road north and you'll come out of Tennessee and into Kentucky after less than a mile. Just stay on this road and follow the signs until you come to the Memorial site in Fariview Kentucky.
This was my first trip on my cruiser. Clarksville is nto that great, and neither is Oak Grove. But once you pass over the interstate you come into Kentucky farm country. Just miles and miles of farm country, fresh air, very little traffic. You will see very old barns, and even pass a old style school house that is stil in use. You will also go through a very small town that appears to be almost completely empty. There are very old hosues that are very cool to look at and take pictures of. The Jeffeson Davis Memorial itself is very simple. There is a huge Monument, some kind of visitor center and a place to sit and eat under a pavilion.
There are no insane curves and stuff like that. Just a nice easy ride.
The Jeffeson Davis Memorial itself is very simple. There is a huge Monument, some kind of visitor center and a place to sit and eat under a pavilion (their web address is - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jefferson_Davis_State_Historic_Site) . Other than the memorial, there is almost nothing out here. You can eat and fuel up at a truck stop at the interstate if you want.
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