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Gannon's French Broad Outpost Ranch is famous for its Scenic Horseback trails and the famous and historic French Broad river.

The capacity here can hold up to 40 people and the facility is open year round.

There is a 3-night minimum stay in the summer and a 2-night minimum stay in the winter.

Location: 461 Old River Rd, Del Rio Tennessee 37727 Telephone 423-487-3147 Toll Free: 800-995-7678 Fax 423-487-5224

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