Nearby Attractions ~ A few of our favorite things!

So much to do in our beautiful Middle Tennessee area!
​      Victor Wooten's 
   Music Nature Camp
       Accommodation 

Loretta Lynns Ranch

Buffalo River Resort
Bass Fishing Tours, Fly Fishing Resort

Victor Wooten,   a 5 time Grammy award winning bass player has his music and nature camps from early Spring to late Fall just 2 miles from the ranch. This series of intense yet enjoyable camps are for the experienced and novice musician alike.

 

Chestnut Hill Ranch Bed and Breakfast provides comfortable and convenient accommodation to Instructors, Special Guests and  Musicians for Music and Nature Camps just 2 miles away. 

 

Near Wooten Woods in Only TN, we are proud to be associated withVictor Wootens Music and Nature Center and Camp. We will take care of you as you learn and grow.  Special rates available for those who attend camp at Wooten Woods.!     .

Loretta Lynn, the 'Coal Miners Daughter' Guest Ranch  is known for a variety of seasonal concerts,ongoing MotoCross, Mansion Tours, museums, and the shops. There is something for everyone.

Buffalo River Resort : Our packages include river fun -kayak or canoe, packed gourmet luncheon, Special treats!

Fly Fishing at Bucksnort Trout Ranch

Bass Lake Fishing Tours  A professional guide will take you for some excellent fishing, fantastic scenery, gourmet lunch and a return to the ranch for a wonderful dinner and overnight. Book it!

Horseback riding at nearby Wolf Creek Stables is available.

Whether following the Civil War Trail or Tennessee's Wine Trail, nearby attractions will satisfy every need. Grinders Switch Winery is just down the road, antique shops are nearby,

                         Golf Courses  State Parks

​Whether enjoying golf on manicured greens or catching that elusive bass in our lakes and rivers, you can return to the ranch for a fabulous meal. Spend the day canoeing the Buffalo or Duck Rivers, take a gourmet lunch and return to the ranch for that wonderful relaxation. Book it!

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​These Mennonite artisans in two communities,  give our visitors a glimpse into days gone by.  Horse drawn buggies travel the road and  hand painted signs advertise created goods not found anywhere else.  You may see mules pulling plows for planting or teams of horses turning huge stone wheels to grind canes producing sorghum, a molasses-like sweetener.

 Artisans and craft people are  throughout the area. Our maps guide you to a variety of handmade goods and skilled demonstrations.

Mennonite Community Local Artisans  Crafts,
Horseback Riding

Our Educational Farm Tours

​Our overnight farm stay guests have the opportunity to interact with our friendly farm animals. 

From chickens to cattle, mini donkeys to mini horses and ducks, all are well behaved and glad to have the attention. We also host Educational Farm Tours for groups so please ask for details.

 Civil War Trail, Wine Trails

Mennonite Communties