Tennessee State Route 476 (SR 476) is a state highway in Tennessee designated in 2007, located north and west of Winchester. It was created as an access road to Tims Ford Lake, which it crosses twice, and Tims Ford State Park. The route is located entirely in Franklin County, Tennessee.
The drive along SR 476 from Winchester to Tims Ford State Park is a scenic one, passing through rolling hills and farmland, with occasional views of the Tims Ford Lake. The highway is a two-lane road, so it is important to drive slowly and be aware of other traffic.
The drive begins at U.S. Route 64 west west of Winchester, in the community of Broadview. It goes northwest as Mansford Road through farmland before crossing its first bridge over the Elk River/Tims Ford Lake. SR 476 then passes through Tims Ford State Park, where we end the video turning onto the entrance road for the park.