Catfish to Cannonballs in Hardin County

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Hardin County Convention & Visitors Bureau

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The Hardin County Convention & Visitors Bureau is located inside the Tennessee River Museum in Savannah and offers a full line of convention, group tour and visitor information, planning and coordination services.

Hear the cannons roar at Shiloh National Military Park, located in Hardin County. Walk in the footsteps of soldiers, where elaborate monuments now stand, and discover one of the most decisive battles of the American Civil War. Fought April 6 and 7, 1862, Shiloh gave General U.S. Grant his sternest test, and witnessed the death of General Albert Sidney Johnston, the highest ranking American ever killed in combat.

Sportsmen flock to scenic Hardin County, home to Pickwick and Kentucky lakes. World-renowned fisherman Bill Dance said, "Our country is blessed with some great smallmouth fisheries, but year in and year out, none has been more consistently dependable than my favorite-- Pickwick Lake."

Hardin County is the ideal destination for a weekend getaway or to spend the rest of your life. A retiree's paradise, Hardin County is known for its affordable cost of living, outdoor lifestyle, and rich connection to history.


Pack your bags for Hardin County...we'll be waiting for you.

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Historic Cherry Mansion, General Grant's Headquarters during Battle of Shiloh
Cherry Mansion
Shopping in downtown Savannah
Downtown Savannah
Pickwick Landing State Park Marina
Pickwick Marina
giant catfish
Fishing on river or the lake
Savananh Bluegrass Festival
Savannah Bluegrass Festival
Tennessee Street Park at night
Tennessee Street Park
tour Shiloh NPS
Shiloh NPS
Hardin County courthouse in downtown Savannah
Savannah/Hardin County courthouse
Hardin County Convention & Visitors Bureau

495 Main St.
Savannah, TN 38372

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