Think of a day in Hohenwald at a slower pace enjoying the Buffalo River, streams, and waterfalls, and beautiful forests easily visible from the Natchez Trace Parkway. Step back in time at local shops or at sites exploring the rich history of the area, such as the grave of explorer Meriwether Lewis, Captain of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and for whom Lewis County was named. Rent a horse and take a trail ride through the lush Tennessee countryside. Few other places have such a diverse mix of sites all packed into a small area--an Amish and Mennonite settlement and general store, award-winning wineries, working alpaca and horse farms, a 1960's commune, a natural history museum, antique shops with small town prices, golfing, racing, picnicking, junking, canoeing, camping, and numerous hiking trails. And when you get hungry, there are several unique restaurants ready to serve you. Get away from it all and back to your roots, just an easy drive from Nashville, Memphis, or Birmingham. Check out our video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZihlbG0pLwQ
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