Explore Area

Day Trips:

  • Lexington, TN Parkers Crossroads Battlefield visitor center (40 miles N)
  • Jackson, TN.  Known for battle of Salem Cemetery (45 miles to NW)
  • Selmer, TN (15 miles to West)
  • Cornith Interpretative Center and Siege of Cornith Railroad Museum famous for where East/West and North/South Railroads meet (30 miles to SW)
  • Pickwick Dam (28 miles to South/SE)
  • Shiloh Battlefield, National Cemetery and Pittsburgh Landing (18 miles South/SE)
  • Alabama state line (about 30 miles to SE)
  • Savannah, TN known for Original Cherokee Trail of Tears and Cherry Mansion where Gen. Grant stayed (7 miles to East)
  • Tennessee River (7 miles to East)

Longer Trips:

  • Tupelo, MS: Famous for birth place/home of Elvis Presley (80 miles to SE about 1.5 hour trip)
  • Birmingham, AL:  175 miles to South/SE about 3 hour trip
  • Huntsville, AL:  known for US Space and Rocket Center 130 miles to SE 2.5 hours trip
  • Memphis, TN:  Graceland, Elvis home located here (100 miles to West about 2 hour trip on Highway 64)
  • Nashville/Franklin, TN:  where Grand Ole Opry is located (140 miles via highway 22 to Interstate 40 about 2.5 hour trip)
  • Knoxville, TN: 320 miles to Southeast about 5 hour trip
  • Dolly Parton world and Aquarium in Gatlin, TN: 285 miles to East about 6 hours (time zone Eastern Standard)
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