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around Hohenwald

The town is a quaint and small community where you will feel at home no matter what shop or restaurant  you decide to visit but if you like to enjoy the outdoors, you'll be able to find your niche with canoeing, fishing, lakes, rivers, hiking trails, and wildlife. Learn about the elephant sanctuary, visit the Amish country nearby and travel to all the nearby wineries. 

Buffalo River

This river is one of the most beautiful rivers in Tennessee and is safe to kayak, canoe or fish, with several areas to swim or swing off ropes to have some fun. 

Natchez Trace Parkway

With the National Park Service designating the entire Natchez Trace Parkway as over 400 miles of road to cycle, this has become a popular town to stop during a route. The Trace is also a great place for a peaceful drive or taking a hike along the way! We are located only 5 miles from the exit of the Parkway.

Meriwether Lewis Monument

Only a few miles from this home is buried Meriwether Lewis, head of the Lewis and Clark expedition, with some artifacts and a cabin in which he stayed. It's fun to visit and learn of some of his expeditions. 

Many wineries to enjoy around this area, making it a full day trip to visit all the ones less than an hour away!

Amber Falls Winery

Natchez Hills Vineyard and Winery

Keg Springs Winery

Grinders Switch Winery

Horseshoe Bend Farm Wines

Amish Country Mall
Elephant Sanctuary

Although you cannot visit the elephants, there is a Discovery Center downtown that explains the sanctuary and the work with the elephants.  These elephants come here to finish out their lives peacefully. 

With several communities and families of Amish descent living nearby, you can find homemade goods, treats and furniture.  On your way, you will have to pass a few horse and buggies so be careful!


Junkyard Dog Steakhous

Hanks Family Diner

Southern Skillet

Los Hermanos Mexican Grill

Lewis and Clarke's Restaurant and Lounge

Casa Grande

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