Wheelin' In The Country, Inc Off Road Park is located in Summertown, Tennessee. Owner Darron Buchanan welcomes you to join him on the privately owned 700+ acres of off road adventures! Trails of all levels of difficulty are available, from the beginner to the more extreme 4x4 enthusiast. Primitive camping showers & restrooms, concession type foods, shop and repair area - all are just some of the extras at Wheelin' In The Country. Hills & hollers, twisters, gullies, rock ledges, rock garden, flex ramp, off road track, ravines, mud pits and ponds are just a few of the obstacles offered.
Just a short drive to Lynchburg, TN and you will find how it all began. Legendary whiskey maker Jack Daniel's Distillery is a site you won't wish to miss while staying with us.
An American icon and Nashville's number one attraction, is known for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages. It's where unforgettable moments happen every week...moments like the night Little Jimmy Dickens scaled a ladder to invite Trace Adkins to become an Opry member...or the night Carrie Underwood brought the house down with her rendition of the Tammy Wynette classic, "Stand By Your Man"...or the night Vince Gill invited jazz vocalist/pianist Diana Krall to the stage for an impromptu duet. With country music's new stars, superstars, and legends live on stage, you never know what'll happen next. Don't miss a moment. For more information, call 615-871-6779
This 300ft paddlewheel riverboat offers fun-filled cruises year-round. Call 1-866-567-JACK to make reservations!
One of the greatest battles of the War Between the States erupted near the banks of the Tennessee River at Shiloh, Tennessee.
The ride that warms your heart and tests your britches! February 24th - March 5th... Boaz to Montgomery... 10 Days of family fun!
The Birthplace of Minnie Pearl...
Grinder's Switch is a real location just outside of Centerville, Tennessee, which consists of the railroad switch which it is named. It was also the hometown of "Minnie Pearl", the comic character portrayed on the "Grand Ole Opry" by, Sarah Ophelia Colley Cannon, who grew up in the nearby Colleyville neighborhood of Centerville.