Chapel Hill
Fun Things To See and Do...

Henry Horton State Park
4358 Nashville Hwy
Chapel Hill, 37034
931-364-2222
www.tnstateparks.com

Located along on the shores of the Duck River, this park has become known among sportsmen for its award-winning trap and skeet range featuring four trap and five combination skeet/trap fields. During the summer months enjoy the Olympic-sized pool. Enjoy picnics or a canoe trip down the easy-flowing Duck River. A perfect setting for corporate retreats or family reunions with conference facilities accommodating up to 160 people.

 

Lions Club “Super Pull of the South”
310 N Horton Hwy
P. O. Box 98
Chapel Hill, 37034
931-364-2236
www.lionssuperpull.com

Come and enjoy the excitement that never stops as these horsepower monsters roar down the track, chasing the share of over $100,000 in prize money and bragging rights for a year as the “Chapel Hill Champ.” This event has been voted “Pull of the Year” for 8 times by the National Tractor Pullers Association. Advanced purchase of tickets is suggested.

   

Nathan Bedford Forrest Boyhood Home and
Southern Heritage Festival

4435 Pyles Rd
Chapel Hill, 37034
800-380-1896, 615-833-8977
www.elmspringscsa.com

The boyhood home of the great Confederate cavalry general, Nathan Bedford Forrest, is located on land that was originally a Revolutionary War land grant. The site includes the original two story 1820’s cedar cabin and barn plus 57 acres of woods and farmland. In 1997, the Sons of Confederate Veterans acquired the property and began the restoration and maintenance of this historic site. At this time the home is not open on a daily basis; tours are available by calling for advance reservations. This is also the site of the annual Southern Heritage Festival held the 3rd Saturday in June.

 
Southern Scents & More
4400 Thick Rd
Chapel Hill, 37034
931-536-0491

Southern Scents & More is a business with hand-poured candles (93% soy, 7% parafin) featuring over 400 scents. Other items include all kinds of hand made crafts. Most anything you want that is handmade, Southern Scents makes it. If they don't have it they can usually get it.

   

Overnight Accommodations

Henry Horton State Park
4358 Nashville Hwy
Chapel Hill, 37034
931-364-2222
www.tnstateparks.com
A very popular lodging facility for golfers, vacationing families, corporate retreats, etc. The Henry Horton State Park lodge offers 65 rooms and four suites as well as rustic cabins and a campground. Located 40 miles south of Nashville off I-65.
   

Cornersville
Dining



Starlight Cafe
509 N Main St
Cornersville, 37047
931-293-7827

A down-home café serving some of the best Southern food around. A daily buffet is served with meats, vegetables, and various side and desserts. The fried chicken is definitely a must try along with the homemade desserts. Opens at 6 a.m. and serves lunch until 2 p.m. On Friday and Saturday nights they feature fried catfish and steak specials. A great place to eat and very reasonable.

 

Lewisburg
Fun Things To Do and See...

Battle of Farmington Civil War Site
2236 Hwy 64
Lewisburg, 37091
931-359-4732

This site served as the only military action of any consequence in Marshall County in 1863. A monument was raised by the area citizens in 1874 to commemorate soldiers buried there. Located between Lewisburg and Shelbyville.

 
Lewisburg Garden Center and Outdoor Power
980 5th Avenue N
Lewisburg, 37091
931-270-0086
www.lewisburggardencenter.com
The garden center carries seasonal flowers, shrubs, trees, mulch, etc. for gardening and landscaping. Lawn mowers, handheld equipment, storage buildings are available to rent or buy. Carports or metal buildings and a refilling station for portable propane cylinders are also offered.

 

Old Rink Emporium
611 Brents Rd
Lewisburg, 37091
931-359-9789
This fun place to shop has been in business for over 15 years after the local skating rink was turned into a place to find consignment pieces and other great finds. The Old Rink Emporium has furniture, linens, gifts, home décor as well as special “dog treats and accessories” for dog lovers. The shop’s inventory changes often and many items offer a special discount each week. Throughout the year many special shopping events are offered to the public. Visit the FB page for more information.
 
Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association (TWHBEA)
250 N Ellington
Lewisburg, 37091
931-359-1574
www.twhbea.com

The TWHBEA, headquartered in Lewisburg, is the oldest and most prestigious organization devoted to the promotion of the breed. Founded in 1935, the breed registry was established to record the pedigrees of the Tennessee Walking Horse. Its goal is to maintain the purity of the breed, to promote greater awareness of the Tennessee Walking Horse and its qualities, to encourage expansion of the breed, and to help assure its general welfare.

 

Services

City of Lewisburg
131 East Church St
Lewisburg, 37091
931-359-1544
www.lewisburgtn.com
   
Marshall Tribune
111 West Commerce St
Lewisburg, 37091
931-359-1188
www.marshalltribune.com
Covering the news in Marshall County since 1898.
   

Neighbors
Fun Things To Do and See...

(This attraction is located about 30 minutes west of Nashville off of I-40 West or 1 hour and 15 minutes from the Lewisburg area via TN-840 West to Dickson)
Clement Railroad Hotel Museum
100 Frank Clement Place
Dickson, 37055
615-446-0500
www.clementrailroadmuseum.org

Housed in the Hotel Halbrook, our "biggest artifact", the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum, is located in historic downtown Dickson, Tennessee. After opening in 2009, the museum has played host to thousands of travelers both regionally, nationally and internationally.

The hotel was constructed in 1913 and is one of the few remaining examples of a railroad hotel in a small Tennessee town. The Museum features exhibits and programming involving the Civil War, railroading, and local and regional history. The Museum is fortunate to have many artifacts and items that once belonged to Tennessee Governor Frank G. Clement and his family. Museum visitors will see the rooms where the Clements lived while managing the Hotel Halbrook as well as being able to view exhibits featuring Governor Clement's early years, campaigns, and accomplishments.

The Hotel Halbrook is a state-owned historic site and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

For more information visit www.clementrailroadmuseum.org.

   

Milky Way Farm
520 Milky Way Rd
Pulaski, 38478
931-808-2281
www.milkywayfarm.org
Milky Way Farm founds it beginning in a nickel candy bar and you have probably had at least one. It was Frank Mars, the founder of Mars Candy, that built this farm back in the early 1930s. The historic Milky Way Farm offers tours, weddings, group luncheons, corporate meetings,festivals and events. Schedule your visit today.
 
Marshall County, created in 1836 from Giles, Bedford, Lincoln and Maury counties; named in honor of John Marshall (1755-1835), Revolutionary War soldier and Federalist leader, U.S. Congressman, Secretary of State, and Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Tennessee Backroads Heritage
P. O. Box 52, Tullahoma, TN 37388 - 931-454-9446 - 800-799-6131