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Discover the good life. Hike. Canoe. Birdwatch. Fish. Stop in quaint historic towns peppered throughout the journey. And learn about one of country music’s superstars, Loretta Lynn, at her famous plantation home and museum.

Loretta Lynn's Kitchen

Restaurants

All-you-can-eat buffet with classic country music and memorabilia from the 1980s film, Coal Miner’s Daughter. Pick up a souvenir and learn about Loretta Lynn.

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15366 Hwy 13S
Hurricane Mills, TN 37078

(931) 296-1122

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Buffalo River Resort

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

Buffalo River recreation destination for hiking, tubing, kayaking, canoeing horseback riding and fun right on the river.

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3520 N Hwy 13
P.O. Box 248
Lobelville, TN 37097

(931) 593-2000

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Heath's Canoe Rental Inc.

Water Sports

Introduce yourself to the Buffalo River on a canoeing adventure with easy access points.

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1076 Hwy. 13 N.
Lobelville, TN 37097

931-593-2306

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Lobelville

Explore Tennessee

Lobelville is a small town known for its easy access to the Buffalo River and local, handmade products from the nearby Mennonite community.

Linden

Explore Tennessee

Downtown Linden is a great weekend getaway location close to the Tennessee River with restaurants, shops, and a historic hotel.

Perry County Welcome Center

Visitor Services

Pick up local brochures and trail guides to get out and explore Perry County.

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215 E. Main St.
Linden, TN 37096

931-589-2453

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B & H Dairy Bar

Restaurants

Locally owned and operated since 2006, enjoy the small-town, friendly atmosphere serving delicious lunches, dinners, and frozen treats.

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1039 Squirrel Hollow Dr
Linden, TN 37096

931-589-2921

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Commodore Hotel Linden

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

This 1930s building has been restored to offer deluxe accommodations, fine dining for guests and live music on most Saturdays.

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114 East Main Street
Linden, TN 37096

9315893224

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Mousetail Landing State Park

Nature & Parks

Relax on the beautiful Tennessee River at one of Tennessee’s newest state parks, featuring two campgrounds, boat access, picnic areas and hiking trails.

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Three Campground Rd.
Linden, TN 37096

731-847-0841

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Cedar Creek Iron Furnace

History

Built in 1834, this furnace once turned out 40 tons of ore a week, and it’s the only surviving double-stack furnace in Tennessee.

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Buckfork Rd
Linden, TN 37096

931-589-2453

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Flatwoods

Point of Interest

This village is a popular canoe trail-head with access point to the Buffalo River.

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11711 Hwy 13S
37096 TN
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Buffalo Bud's Canoe, Kayak & Campground

Water Sports

Located directly on the Buffalo River, Buffalo Bud’s offers authentic river cabins for fishing getaways, plus a campground and canoe rentals are also available.

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580 Slink Shoals Rd.
Linden, TN 37096

931-589-3500

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Crazy Horse Recreational Park

Nature & Parks

For adventure or some fun in the sun, this outdoor wonderland on the Buffalo River features paddling trips and camping sites.

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2505 Waynesboro Hwy
Waynesboro, TN 38485

931-7225213

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Green River Stables

Guest Ranches & Farm Inns

This ranch offers family rides in an arena or through 2,700 acres of trails and also features modern boarding stables and a rider’s lounge.

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642 Waynesboro Hwy
Waynesboro, TN 38485

931-722-7002

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Waynesboro

Explore Tennessee

This town is the gateway to a wide range of outdoor activities. From the Natchez Trace to the Tennessee River, Waynesboro provides access to many adventures.

Antique Mall of Waynesboro

Shopping

Multiple vendors keep this mall stocked with furnishings, collectibles and glassware.

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104 Public Sq.
Waynesboro, TN 38485

931-722-7449

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Sherry's Fine Jewelry

Shopping

Shop for locally hand-crafted pearl jewelry or Greek leather jewelry—providing customers with a variety of handbags, accessories, and skincare products.

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112 Public Sq.
Waynesboro, TN 38485

(931) 722-3664

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Emeralds Restaurant

Restaurants

A casual, full-service dining experience awaits you at Emeralds. This local favorite is known for its homemade pizzas, steak and chicken dishes.

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126 Public Square West
Waynesboro, TN 38485

931-772-5611

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Golden Goodies Bake Shop

Restaurants

For something sweet, try cakes and cupcakes in this quaint local restaurant and bakeshop.

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112 East Frank Boyd Street
Waynesboro, TN 38485

931-722-3663

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Clifton

Explore Tennessee

Founded in 1840, this relaxing river town offers historic sites and outdoor recreation opportunities.

Pirate's Lair

Restaurants

This New Orleans-themed eatery offers some spicy Cajun dishes and live piano music. It’s sure to add a kick to your step! Only open on Friday and Saturday.

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106 Main St.
Clifton, TN 38425

931-676-6972

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T.S. Stribling House Museum

Museums

Visit the historic home of T.S. Stribling, the first Tennessean to win a Pulitzer Prize in literature for his 1933 novel, The Store.

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300 E. Water St.
Clifton, TN 38425

931-676-3370

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Collinwood

Explore Tennessee

Just off the Natchez Trace, Collinwood is a great place to stop and explore a historic railroad town.

Wayne County Welcome Center

Visitor Services

For true hospitality and a great experience, stop for area information and to view special exhibits.

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219 East Broadway
Collinwood, TN 38450

931-724-4337

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The Dragonfly

Coffee & Tea

This emporium features locally created arts and crafts, while the lounge serves specialty coffees and smoothies for a pick-me-up.

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100 2nd Avenue North
Collinwood, TN 38450

931-724-6400

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Collinwood Depot Branch Library

History

The only surviving building associated with the Tennessee Western Railroad, this renovated 1916 depot is currently the public library.

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101 E. Depot Street
Collinwood, TN 38450

931-724-2498

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McGlamery Stand

Point of Interest

John McGlamery operated an inn and trading post on the Old Trace here in 1849.

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Natchez Trace Parkway milepost 352.9
38450 TN
United States

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Savannah

Explore Tennessee

Self-proclaimed the “Catfish Capital of the World,” this riverside town boasts rich Civil War history and takes pride in preserving its Southern heritage.

Tennessee River Museum

Museums

Home to the Hardin County Visitor's Center, this place explores the Tennessee River and its influence on the land, its people and heritage of Tennessee.

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495 Main St.
Savannah, TN 38372

731-925-8181

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Savannah Historic District and Trail

History

Self-guided walking tour explores homes and buildings of downtown, including the historic Civil War site, Cherry Mansion.

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265 W. Main St.
Savannah, TN 38372

731-925-8181

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Savannah Cemetery

Point of Interest

Buried here are the grandparents of author Alex Haley, who wrote Roots and Mary Elizabeth Patterson, best known for her role as “Mrs. Matilda Trumball.”

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400 Cherry St. South
38372 TN
United States

731-925-2841 Visit Website

Walker Branch State Natural Area (SNA)

Point of Interest

A 225-acre, Natural Area off the Tennessee River provides a breeding ground for dragonflies and damselflies, with over 42 different species identified here.

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1st Pittsburg Landing
38372 TN
United States

731-925-8181 Visit Website

Pickwick Landing Dam

Point of Interest

Constructed in the 1930s, follow an access road to an exhibit featuring one of the dam’s original turbine blades including a 95-site, full-featured campground.

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Wharf Road
38326 TN
United States

731-925-8181 Visit Website

Pickwick Landing State Park

Nature & Parks

This 1,400-acre park offers outdoor opportunities, a 119-room inn, two campgrounds, restaurant, 18-hole golf course, public beach, picnic areas and play fields.

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116 State Park Ln.
Counce, TN 38326

731-689-3129

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Shiloh National Military Park

History

Explore a 10-mile driving tour through one of America’s best-preserved battlefields with 156 monuments, 217 cannons and more than 650 historic tablets.

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1055 Pittsburg Landing Rd.
Shiloh, TN 38376

731-689-5696

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Shiloh Indian Mounds National Historic Landmark

History

A Native American town once existed over 800 years ago at this site. A 1-mile trail gives visitors access to wayside exhibits and individual house mounds.

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1055 Pittsburg Landing Rd.
Shiloh, TN 38376

731-689-5696

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Hagy's Catfish Hotel Restaurant

Restaurants

On the Tennessee River, this restaurant is run by the third generation of the Hagy family and is one of the oldest family-owned restaurants in the country.

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1140 Hagy Lane
Shiloh, TN 38376

(731) 689-3327

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Meo Mio's

Restaurants

Enjoy cajun and seafood at this family friendly restaurant near the Tennessee River.

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10645 Hwy 641S
Bath Springs, TN 38311

731-549-2555

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Carroll Cabin Barrens State Natural Area (SNA)

Point of Interest

A 250-acre natural area near the Tennessee River. Enjoy a 2-mile hike through this oak-hickory forest and diverse ecosystem featuring limestone glades or “barrens.”

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1350 Smith Gravel Pit Road
38329 TN
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731-8476225 Visit Website

Decaturville

Explore Tennessee

Decaturville is a good spot to fill up on fuel or grab a snack and then head out on the waters of the Tennessee River.

Parsons

Explore Tennessee

Founded in 1889, learn about this old railroad town at the local museum and then choose one of the local restaurants that serve Tennessee catfish.

Parsons & Greater Area Museum

Museums

This museum tells the compelling story of West Tennessee life through exhibits, including dinosaurs, Native Americans, early settlement and area occupations.

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535 Tennessee Ave. S.
Parsons, TN 38363

731-847-6358

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Rivershack Restaurant

Restaurants

You can’t beat fresh catfish when you dine near the Tennessee River and the reviews state that it’s well worth the wait. Please call ahead, open Thursday through Saturday.

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1002 Perryville Rd.
Parsons, TN 38363

731-847-6610

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Fish House Diner

Restaurants

Get a filet or whole fish, plus salad bar, at this popular spot. Open Thursday-Saturday.

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820 Pentecostal Campground Rd.
Parsons, TN 38363

731-847-3261

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Little Josh's Family Restaurant

Restaurants

Enjoy some fresh Tennessee River catfish with all the trimmings when you stop in.

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4238 Hwy 412 East
Parsons, TN 38363

731-847-9005

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Beech Bend Recreational Area

Water & Amusement Parks

Camp where the Beech and Tennessee Rivers merge. Picnic areas, boat launches, clean restrooms, and canoeing available. Including full hookups and dump station.

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22 Beech Bend Park Ln.
Decaturville, TN 38329

731-847-4252

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Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge-Duck River Bottoms

Point of Interest

Hike the .25-mile trail to see the river delta and diversity of underwater species. More riverine species exist in the Duck River than in all of the rivers of Europe, combined!

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Refuge Ln.
37134 TN
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Tennessee Freshwater Pearl Farm Museum

Nature & Parks

Located at Birdsong Resort & Marina, this museum details the past and present of pearl culturing. Find informative exhibits, tours, pearl jewelry, a gift shop and more.

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255 Marina Rd.
Camden, TN 38320

731-584-7880

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Camden

Explore Tennessee

Named for a borough of London, England, Camden is known for its unique shopping experience over Labor Day weekend, the ”Bargain Highway,” a 30-mile yard sale.

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Eva Beach & Eva Archaeological Site

Point of Interest

A park and recreation area for swimming and boating along the Tennessee River.

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Park Road
38333 TN
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Nathan Bedford Forrest State Historic Park

Nature & Parks

This 2,587-acre state park, named after Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, includes campgrounds and hiking trails, from a .25-mile hike to a rugged 20-mile trek.

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1825 Pilot Knob Rd.
Eva, TN 38333

731-584-6356

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Paris Winery

Breweries, Distilleries, & Wineries

With over 9,000 grapevines grown, this vineyard produces 23 different types of grapes. Visit the Venetian-inspired building and dine at Ruggero’s Italian Bistro.

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2982 Harvey Bowden Road
Paris, TN 38242

731-644-9500

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Big Sandy

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This small, wildlife-friendly peninsula town shares its name with the Big Sandy River.

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Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge - Big Sandy Peninsula

Point of Interest

This 7,000-acre area provides habitat for waterfowl, songbirds, migratory shorebirds, bald eagles, and more! Pace Point is one of the top 10 birding locations in the state.

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Lick Creek Rd.
38242 TN
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Benton-Houston Ferry

Point of Interest

There are three remaining ferries in Tennessee. One is on the Screaming Eagle Trail. This ferry connects Erin and Houston County to the east side of the Tennessee River.

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Hwy 147
37175 TN
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Danville Landing Recreation Area

Point of Interest

Danville was once a thriving town situated along the old L&N Railroad Bridge. Today, the area offers boating and fishing, including a handicapped accessible fishing pier.

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12401 Hwy 147
37175 TN
United States

931-289-3633 Visit Website

Southernaire Motel & Restaurant

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

This spot caters to its “fly-in” guests, located next to the McKinnon airport—it’s a handy place for those coming in on a quick fishing trip. Try their excellent prime rib.

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50 Overlook Ln.
Stewart, TN 37175

(931) 721-3321

Eiffel Tower

Point of Interest

The 12th-tallest Eiffel Tower replica in the world, situated in Eiffel Tower Park. Enjoy the swimming pool, disc golf, paved trail or let the kids enjoy time on the playground.

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650 Volunteer Dr.
38242 TN
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Paris

Explore Tennessee

The oldest incorporated town in West Tennessee, known for the “World’s Biggest Fish Fry” in April. The Courthouse, which was built in 1897, is one of the oldest in the state.

Paris

North Poplar Historic District

Point of Interest

This beautiful neighborhood retains excellent examples of late 19th- and early 20th-century residences. The Cavitt Place houses the Paris-Henry County Heritage Center.

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642 North Poplar St.
38242 TN
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Paris City Cemetery

Point of Interest

The resting place of most early Paris settlers. A block south of Ruff Street, an African-American Monument memorializes former slaves and freedmen before the Civil War.

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Ruff St.
38242 TN
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Paris-Henry County Chamber of Commerce & Tourist Information

Visitor Services

Located 3.1 miles from the Paris-Henry County Court Square.

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2508 E. Wood St.
Paris, TN 38242

731-642-3431

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Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge-Britton Ford/Sulphur Wells Area

Point of Interest

This section includes an Administration Building and Visitor Contact Station, access to a driving tour of the Britton Ford Peninsula and hiking trail, open March-November.

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Bobcat Den Rd.
38256 TN
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Paris Landing State Park

Nature & Parks

Established in 1942, this state park features an inn, restaurant, cabins, campground, marinas, picnic area, swimming beach, ball fields, 3-mile hiking trail and golf course.

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16055 Highway 79 North
Buchanan, TN 38222

(731) 641-4465

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Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area

Nature & Parks

Take a drive along the Woodlands Trace National Scenic Byway, “The Trace,” to explore this popular inland peninsula known for outdoor fun, history and beauty.

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1268 Woodlands Trace National Scenic Byway
Dover, TN 37058

270-924-2000

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Stewart County Chamber of Commerce

Visitor Services

Providing information on Dover, Fort Donelson, and recreation around the southern entrance to the Land Between The Lakes area. This facility is also available for rentals.

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117 Visitors Center Ln.
Dover, TN 37058

931-232-8290 or 931.305.1401

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Mama Mea's Pizza and More

Restaurants

Mama Mea’s is famous for their family-friendly atmosphere and Italian specials, like Stromboli and their Pizza Burger! Great salads and desserts available on the menu.

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109 Visitors Center Lane
Dover, TN 37058

931-232-6500

Fort Donelson National Battlefield

Civil War

February 1862, this battlefield was the first major Union victory in the Civil War. See the remnants of the historic fort, cannons and clear vistas of the Cumberland River.

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120 Fort Donelson Rd.
120 National Park Rd. (VC)
Dover, TN 37058

931-232-5706

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Fort Donelson National Cemetery

Point of Interest

This is the final resting place for soldiers originally buried in the Fort Donelson area. The shelter contains interpretive panels and a grave locator.

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174 National Cemetery Rd.
37078 TN
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Stewart County Historical Museum

Museums

The 1888 historic W.D. Sykes-Brandon House, built in the style of a river showboat, serves as the museum, with rotating exhibits that depict the county’s early history.

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174 Church St.
Dover, TN 37058

931-232-8290

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Dover

Explore Tennessee

Dover is best known for its Civil War history and area wildlife. This is the northern gateway to the Tennessee River Trail and Woodlands Trace National Scenic Byway.

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The Dover Grille

Restaurants

This is "another friendly place"" right on the Dover Square that serves steaks, sandwiches and Tex-Mex.

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310 Donelson Pkwy.
Dover, TN 37058

931-232-7919

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Surrender House/Dover Hotel

History

Originally built in 1851 as the Dover Hotel, this structure was General Simon Buckner’s headquarters during the Civil War. The exterior is restored to its original appearance.

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101 Petty St.
Dover, TN 37058

931-232-5706

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Stewart County Public Library

Point of Interest

Stop by to check out a book and enjoy story time, we also offer public computers and free internet access. Take the time to research your geneology or history of the area.

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102 Natcor Drive
37058 TN
United States

931-232-3127 Visit Website

Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge

Nature & Parks

This refuge was established in 1962 to provide a habitat for migratory birds with an emphasis placed on providing habitat for wintering waterfowl.

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643 Wildlife Rd.
Dover, TN 37058

931-232-7477

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Bear Spring Iron Furnace

Point of Interest

The original charcoal cold-blast furnace was built in 1830, then destroyed in 1862 by Union troops. The current furnace was re-constructed in 1873.

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Hwy 49
37058 TN
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Limekilns (5)

Point of Interest

Erected around 1871, these white-stone Limekiln’s once produced 60,000 barrels of lime per year until the 1940s. Today, only remnants of the limestone industry exists.

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Hwy 49/ Hurricane Loop Rd.,
37061 TN
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931-289-5100 Visit Website

Quarry Limekiln and Cave

Point of Interest

Explore the Quarry Limekiln and Cave for a look at one of the few remnants of the limestone industry in Erin. Park behind the Piggly Wiggly at 3611 West Main Street

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3611 W Main St
37061 TN
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Erin

Explore Tennessee

Erin’s rich Irish heritage entails immigrants coming to construct the railroad in the late 1800s. Every March, a week-long Irish Days festival celebrates Erin’s Irish heritage.

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Betsy Ligon Park and Railroad Pavilion

Point of Interest

Visit the Leprechaun railroad worker in this park. Hike the 2-mile Besty Ligon Walking Trail to view historic sites, and explore old train cars along the old L&N railway bed.

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17 Front St.
37061 TN
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931 289-5100 Visit Website

Fitz's Family Steakhouse

Restaurants

Visit this local landmark eatery for the traditional “meat and three” southern fare and to hear the latest town news and gossip. For dinner, try their steaks or fish dinners.

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5985 Hwy 49
Erin, TN 37061

931 289-5100

Waverly

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Since 1836, Waverly replaced Reynoldsburg, which now lies beneath Kentucky Lake. Visit Waverly Square, stroll through downtown antique shops and historic buildings.

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Mi-De-Ga Theatre

Arts & Entertainment

Opened in 1936, this classic movie house has operated ever-since as a movie theater.

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106 W Court Square
Waverly, TN 37185

931-296-4500

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Waverly Cafe

Restaurants

Peruse a used book at this café and enjoy delicious pastries, coffee and sandwiches.

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123 North Court Square
Waverly, TN 37185

(931) 296-1116

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Humphreys County Chamber of Commerce

Point of Interest

Learn about Waverly at this center, located inside a historic Greyhound Bus Station.

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124 E. Main St.
37185 TN
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Humphreys County Museum / Butterfield House

Museums

Explore military and county history, view Antebellum décor, visit the site of the old First Kansas Artillery Civil War fort and see an old post office building from Denver. Open Fri.-Sun., 1-4 p.m.

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201 Fort Hill Rd.
Waverly, TN 37185

931-296-3739

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Waverly Train Explosion Memorial

Point of Interest

On February 24, 1978, a railway tank-car derailed and exploded, killing 16 people. View vivid photos and read compelling stories from within a restored L&N caboose.

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E. Railroad St. & E. Richland Ave.
37185 TN
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Johnsonville State Historic Park

Nature & Parks

Named for Andrew Johnson, this town was later destroyed by Confederate General Forrest. See remnants of the town’s supply base, rifle pits, and preserved redoubts.

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90 Nell Beard Rd.
New Johnsonville, TN 37134

931-535-2789

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Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge-Duck River Bottoms

Point of Interest

Where the Duck River meets the Tennessee River is affectionately called the "Big Bottom." These bottomlands are some of the most fertile land in the nation, and are now home to thousands of wintering waterfowl, hawks, bald eagles, shorebirds and egrets. The area has an extensive system of refuge roads to view wildlife, and there is an info kiosk at the entrance. Visit the Pintail Point Observation Deck for excellent photo opportunities. Area open year-round; some roads closed Nov. 15-March 16.

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Refuge Ln.
37134 TN
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Cissie Lynn's Country Store & Music Barn

Shopping

This store, museum and live music spot is owned by Loretta's daughter, Cissie. Check out autographed pictures and albums from some of country music's biggest stars and view a variety of handmade goods from Tennessee. Pick up a fried bologna or fresh deli sandwich and say hello to Cissie, who is usually working the counter.

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8000 Hwy 13
Hurricane Mills, TN 37078

931-296-2275

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Loretta Lynn's Ranch - Event Venue, Campground, Tourist Destination

Campgrounds & RV Parks

This 3,500-acre complex celebrates Loretta Lynn. Tour her Plantation Home, walk through a simulated coal mine chute, or check out the historic water-powered mill.

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8000 Hwy. 13 S.
Hurricane Mills, TN 37078

931-296-7700

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Bruton Branch Recreation Area

Campgrounds & RV Parks

This primitive campground and picnic area encompasses 34 sites, with a few on the lake. Includes a bathhouse, playground and boat ramp. Open April through October.

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940 Branum Lane
Savannah, TN 38372

731-689-3129

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Beaver Dam Creek Marina

Marina & Park Lodging

A friendly marina with southern hospitality, good food, and a free wide-boat launch with plenty of parking. Gas and bait available. The gateway to great fishing spots!

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1280 Lodge Rd.
Camden, TN 38320

(731) 584-3963

Perryville Marina

Outdoor Activities

Full service marina offering boat service, boat slips, RV camp sites, fuel (gasoline and diesel), pump out services, pontoon boat rentals, fishing bait, tackle, and much more.

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108 Perryville Marina Ln.
Parsons, TN 38363

731-847-2444

Bear Inn River Resort

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

Top-rated for rooms, cabins, rates and service—situated on 6 acres, each room is designed specifically to capture history and deliver comfort to those residing in it.

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2250 Billy Nance Hwy.
Clifton, TN 38425

931-676-5552

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Miss Monetta's Country Cottage

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

A fully furnished cottage with accommodations for six to eight. Enjoy Collinwood’s country living, local offerings of shops, restaurants, Welcome Center and history.

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207 W. Tennessee St
Collinwood, TN 38485

(931) 724-9309

Riverstone Marina

Nature & Parks

A privately-owned, full-service, public marina. Including a variety of boat slips, dual access boat ramps, marina store, fuel, outdoor pavilion, and large deck for events.

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100 Lacey Tyler Road
Counce, TN 38311

(731) 549-3744

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Mermaid Marina Cabins

Outdoor Activities

Mermaid Marina provides a stocked store, boat rentals, fuel, bait, boating supplies, apparel, a variety of boat slips for rent, camping sites and a full service restaurant.

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110 Lagoon Ln.
Decaturville, TN 38329

731-852-2743

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Parsons Inn

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

This motel features free Wi-Fi and a microwave in every room. Guests can hike along the Tennessee River Trail or take a 20 minutes drive to Mousetail Landing State Park.

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249 W. Main St.
Parsons, TN 38363

731-847-2378

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Cherokee Marina

Outdoor Activities

A great place to visit on the Tennessee River. Come and enjoy—fun for all ages.

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1748 Cherokee Heights Rd.
Sugar Tree, TN 38380

731-847-3625

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Buchanan Resort

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

A superb choice for fishing, boating, vacation or weekend getaway on Kentucky Lake.

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785 Buchanan Resort Rd.
Springville, TN 38256

731-642-2828

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Mansard Island Resort & Marina

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

Situated on 50-acres with lodging units, campground, fishing ponds, swimming pool, playground, full service marina, store with gifts, bait, tackle, boat rentals and more.

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60 Mansard Island Dr.
Springville, TN 38256

731-642-5590

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Dixie Land Country Cabins

Cabins & Chalets

Enjoy cabins in a country setting for weekend getaways or family reunions. Amenities include kitchens, baths, air conditioning, satellite TV, BBQ picnic areas, and parking.

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1613 Donelson Pkwy (US Hwy 79)
Dover, TN 37058

931-232-9225

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Dover Inn Motel

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

Ideally located just minutes from Land Between the Lakes, Kentucky Lake and Barkley Lake, Dover Inn Motel & Cabins is your home away from home.

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1545 Donelson Pkwy (US Hwy 79)
Dover, TN 37058

931-232-5556

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Sunset Motor Inn

Hotels, Inns & Resorts

Four minutes from the Land Between The Lakes, southern entrance.

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314 US Hwy. 79
Dover, TN 37058

931-232-5102

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Enochs Farmhouse Inn Bed & Breakfast

Bed & Breakfast

A cozy house with two bedrooms and small kitchen. Enjoy a country picnic outside.

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3133 Enochs Ln.
McEwen, TN 37101

931-582-3385

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Battlefield Campground

Campgrounds & RV Parks

Enjoy a trip to see the history of the Battle at Shiloh National Military Park.

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69 Jordan Rd.
Shiloh, TN 38376

731-689-3098

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Clifton Marina

Marina & Park Lodging

Site offers boat slips, diesel, gas, clean-out pump, food, and fishing bait and supplies.

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111 Harbor Dr.
Clifton, TN 38425

931-676-5225

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Cuba Landing Marina

Outdoor Activities

A full-service marina with friendly staff, great fishing and beautiful sunsets.

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302 Cuba Marina Ln.
Waverly, TN 37185

931-296-2822

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Green Acres RV Park

Campgrounds & RV Parks

On-site amenities include a general store, swimming pool, playground, and laundry.

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215 Ziffel Cir. (Hwy. 128 S.)
Savannah, TN 38372

731-926-1928

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Indian Creek Canoe Rental and Campground

Outdoor Activities

An out-of-the-way sanctuary where one may enjoy nature at its best through camping and rental activities available, such as canoeing, kayaking and tubing.

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8 Melson Way
Olivehill, TN 38475

318-729-0684

Shoal Creek Canoe Run

Outdoor Activities

The perfect family activity—enjoy spectacular scenery while floating along the creek. Bring your cooler, stop for a picnic, fish for a while, or take a dip in the clear water.

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470 Iron City Rd., Hwy. 227
Iron City, TN 38463

931-845-4991

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Fox Chase Golf Course

Outdoor Activities

Fairways gently roll into generous greens. Scenic par 3s, short par 4s and long par 5s.

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2510 Hwy. 57
Counce, TN 38326

731-689-4500

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Magic Valley Golf Course

Outdoor Activities

This low-lying, 118-acre rolling hills 9-hole golf course is open to the public year-round. Golf cart rental, pro shop, sandwiches and refreshing drinks are all available.

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2252 Eva Rd.
Camden, TN 38320

731-584-9964

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Shiloh Falls Golf Club

Outdoor Activities

This course was designed by professional golfers’ Fred Couples and Jerry Pate.

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95 Old South Rd.
Counce, TN 38326

731-689-5355

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Shiloh Golf Course

Outdoor Activities

Semi-private club popular for its service, relaxing country setting and great values.

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2915 Caney Branch Rd.
Adamsville, TN 38310

731-632-0678

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Tennessee River Golf Club

Sports

This 18-hole layout has Bermuda tees, fairways with bent grass greens and hilly terrain.

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35 Golfview Ln.
Decaturville, TN 38329

731-852-2582

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Willow Ridge Golf Course

Sports

Lush fairways flow to beautiful greens at this golf course with rolling landscapes and scenic water hazards.

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2065 Erin Rd.
McEwen, TN 37101

931-582-9966

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Bucksnort Trail Ride

Outdoor Activities

Horseback riding on miles of wooded trails gives a unique thrill. During our week-long rides we will serve you 3 home-cooked meals and live music.

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2887 Poplar Grove Rd.
McEwen, TN 37101

615-419-6536

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Buffalo River Trail Ride

Outdoor Activities

Campsites with or without electrical hook-ups, modern bath houses and miles of picturesque trails for the horseback rider. Relaxing, peaceful camping and riding.

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5929 Bromley Cemetery Rd
Waynesboro, TN 38485

931-722-9170

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Lady's (Finger) Bluff Nature Trail

Point of Interest

This Small Wild Area has a 2.7-mile foot trail round-trip, with parking at the trail head. Hike along gnarled cedars, limestone outcrops, fresh water springs, and wildflowers.

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US Hwy 412 West, to Hwy 923 and ultimately to Lady's Bluff Road
37096 TN
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TN National Wildlife Refuge: Busselltown Unit

Point of Interest

This 700-acre area primarily consists of bottom-lands and some woody wetlands managed for winter waterfowl using cooperative farming program by local farmers.

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Mouse Tail Rd
38363 TN
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Coleman Farms

Farms & Orchards

This peach orchard offers tours year ‘round and for school groups by appointment.

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85 Orchard Ln.
Savannah, TN 38372

731-925-9710

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Dark Fired Farms

Farms & Orchards

This family farm specializes in agritourism and offers several family-fun events throughout the year. Pick your own strawberries or enjoy a corn maze in the fall.

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175 Lorena Bagwell Drive
Dover, TN 37058

(931) 627-9428