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Book direct and save on these Lawrenceburg, TN cabins near David Crockett State Park. When staying at one of these Lawrenceburg, TN vacation rentals, be ready to experience Amish Country. Around the area are shops with homemade preserves, furniture, and textiles. The Amish came to Lawrence County in 1944 and have derived their livelihood by growing local crops. Learn more about Amish Country through guided tours. Outdoor enthusiasts appreciate the variety of hunting, canoeing, fishing, cycling, birdwatching, golfing, and four-wheeling. David Crockett State Park is a popular tourist destination. Bring your family and friends to enjoy the natural beauty of David Crockett State Park and explore over six miles of hiking trails. During your hike, you will have stunning views of Shoal Creek, Crockett Falls, forests, and limestone bluffs. The state park also has opportunities for boating and sightseeing.
Downtown Lawrenceburg provides hidden treasures of antiques and gift shops. David Crockett Country dates back to 1836 and is even listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Crockett 1950’s Theater is one of the last operating theaters from it’s era. After checking out the historical theater, stop by the Lawrenceburg Old Jail Museum built in 1839. There is even an Amish Heritage Welcome Center Museum with horse drawn wagon tours. Tennessee’s oldest Amish farm is now called The Amish Heritage Farm Museum. This is one of the only places where you can tour inside an Amish house and school while being allowed to take pictures. By the end of this trip, you will become more knowledgeable about the Amish culture.
Only an hour and a half drive away from the country hub - Nashville, TN. By staying at one of these Lawrenceburg, TN vacation rentals you have close access to a variety of live shows, musicals, nightlife, and museums. Although these cabin rentals give you close access to Nashville, there are plenty of unique opportunities in Lawrenceburg itself such as the Middle Tennessee District Fair held in September. Before the end of your stay, be sure to stop by the Statue of Davy Crockett, a historical landmark in this area.
Lawrenceburg is tucked within the beautiful, lush landscape of southern Tennessee. Whether you prefer to spend your time in the outdoors or exploring the city, Lawrenceburg has you covered.
On your visit to Lawrenceburg, David Crocket State Park is a good place to start. There are plenty of trails for hiking as well as a paved bike path. There are waterfalls hidden throughout the park and the rich greenery and rolling hills provide beautiful views. If you get overheated, there’s both a pool and Lake Lindsey to jump into. Launch your boat out into the lake, rent a paddleboard or canoe, or simply relax on the sandy beach. If you travel 20-30 minutes to the north, you’ll find the Laurel Hill Wildlife Management Area, which is over 14,000 acres of rolling Tennessee land, prime for hunting, horseback riding, ATV adventures, and fishing for crappie and bass. Rattlesnake falls and Stillhollow Falls are also found northward and are a must if waterfalls are your priority,
If you want to stay within Lawrenceburg proper, Veterans park or Scout’s Park and disc golf course are great places to spend the day relaxing. Afterward, head into town to fill up on local cuisine; try Yum on The Run for soups and salad, Fiesta Mexican for your favorite Mexican dishes, or hit Rick’s Barbecue and The Brass Lantern for American classics.
If you are looking for a unique experience, check out the James D. Vaughn Southern Gospel Museum and the Amish HeritageWelcome Center and Museum. Both are informative, fun and provide a historic experience you won’t find elsewhere.
Speaking of unique, pop into the Powder Hill Mill Trading post to find an eclectic collection of antiques and Americana memorabilia. It will be hard to walk away without finding something that will pique your interest.
Tennessee is a beautiful state and Lawrenceburg highlights the best of it. Book your cabin and get ready to start exploring this rich area.
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