The quaint town of South Pittsburg is known as the home of Lodge Cast Iron Cookware and the National Cornbread Festival. Downtown is a great mix of restored buildings and businesses that have helped to define the town for many years. Lodge Cast Iron tradition created by the iconic cast Iron company dates back to 1896 and encompasses so much more than skillets: this is the place to buy a piece of cookware that could literally last for 100 years! South Pittsburg is a point of interest on the Pie in the Sky Trail, one of 16 regional trails in Discover Tennessee Trails & Byways, your pass to the backroads that will help you discover what lies off the beaten path in Tennessee.
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