Learn more about I-40 Haywood County Solar Farm Welcome Center.
The Solar Farm Welcome Center is accessible to westbound travelers off of interstate 40, mile marker 44 in Stanton, TN. The center is surrounded by a 25 acre, five-megawatt solar farm, overseen by the University of TN. This circular interactive SPECTRUM exhibit brings solar power to life for visitors. Here you can learn how solar energy really works and how the sun is keeping the lights on. It showcases the innovations and opportunities solar power brings to Tennesseans.
FREE Hotel/Motel/Campground/Attraction RESERVATIONS made on site
FREE Tennessee Vacation Guide & Highway Map
STATEWIDE Brochures & Coupons Available
Welcome Center Assistant(s) on Duty from 8 am until 6 pm daily for information and directions
Central Time Zone
Security Officer on site
Weather Monitor in the Lobby
Civil War Exhibit
Double-sided Men's & Women's Rest Rooms with ADA Accessible Stalls
Separate Family Assisted ADA Accessible Rest Room
Baby Changing Stations in Men's & Women's Rest Rooms
Vending Building with Drink & Snack Machines
Picnic Tables: 5 Covered, 3 Un-Covered
Pet Walking Area
63 Car Parking Spaces, 4 ADA Accessible
15 Truck Parking Spaces, 1 ADA Accessible Truck Parking Space
8 Bus/RV/Boat spaces
Two Hour Limit in ALL Parking Spaces
No overnight parking is allowed
No dump station
No Grilling or open flames
No Unloading of Livestock
For the most up-to-date hours and information, please contact I-40 Haywood County Solar Farm Welcome Center directly.
I-40 Westbound, Haywood Co. Welcome Center
Mile Marker 44
Stanton, TN 38069
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