Tennessee Walking Horse Trail
In 1935, seven local horse trainers and breeders gathered to create the first walking horse association. The first year 208 horses were registered. This trail weaves through Southern Middle Tennessee featuring the burial place of “Strolling Jim” - the first World Grand Champion of The Celebration (buried on the grounds of the former Walking Horse Hotel - Wartrace), The Celebration Grounds (Shelbyville), the Walking Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association (Lewisburg), and various walking horse farms. Several trail events are held throughout the year.
Wartrace Chamber of Commerce
P O Box 543
Big Creek Winery
7027 Main St
Wine tastings “locally grown” made from whole fruit. Local products in gift shop. Picnic area available. Special events held throughout the year.
Miller’s Grocery - A Country Café
7011 Main St
Known for outstanding food featuring chicken, catfish, bbq ribs and outstanding vegetables and salads. Featuring down-home cooking and fabulous desserts in an atmospheric old country store. Live music on weekends. Open for lunch and dinner. Closed on Monday. Check website for specific times.