A World of Wonder in the Mountains of Tennessee
Delve into nature and history in Southeastern Tennessee. If the ancient trees could talk, what stories they would tell!
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This state forest is just a short drive from our property and offers acres of land for hunting, hiking, horse riding, off-road and ATV riding. Franklin Forest offers around 60 miles of side by side trails. With the proper equipment, the forest can even be accessed from the park. Guests will have to go through 5 miles of rural roads to do so.
Russell Cave National Monument
Discover 10,000 years of human history, tucked away at Russell Cave. In the 1950s, archeologists uncovered a large quantity of artifacts representing over 10,000 years of use in a single place. Today, Russell Cave helps bring to light many cultural developments of phenomenal human journeys.
Nickajack Cave and Wildlife Refuge
Where can you witness 60,000 bats emerging at sunset? Where did Johnny Cash find an angel that lead him to safety? Partly flooded Nickajack Cave was once a Confederate saltpeter mining operation and is one of the more than 10,000 caves in Tennessee. Take a kayak or small boat and marvel at the bats fluttering harmlessly all around you.
See seven states from Lookout Mountain! Because of the gradual curvature of the Earth, you can see hundreds of miles away with high-powered binoculars. Spend your day immersed in the historic Civil War battle that took place on Lookout Mountain, called the “Battle Above the Clouds.”
Just 20 miles away on Lookout Mountain in Northern Georgia, Rock City is the home of Tom Thumb Golf – the world’s first miniature golf course. Intense natural beauty, coupled with garden gnomes and children’s dioramas make Rock City one of the greatest examples of American ingenuity ever. Big fun!
At 145 feet, Ruby Falls is the tallest underground waterfall in the United States. Descend 260 feet into a giant cave at Lookout Mountain to experience the thunderous roar of Ruby Falls. Kids love it! Lakisha (age 6) says, “We went through the caves like dinosaurs!”
Murder & Mayhem Haunted History Tour
Discover the spooky stories and unexplained events that lurk around every corner of nearby Chattanooga, a city with an eerie history that lives on through its ever-present ghosts. The Murder & Mayhem Tour is a walking tour for people 13 years old and up.
Jack Daniel’s Distillery
World Famous Jack Daniel’s in Lynchburg is made the old-fashioned way and it’s just 65 miles from Sasquatch Farm. You owe it to yourself to visit the 150 year old birthplace of your favorite sippin’ whisky.