STEP 1: First Meeting on February 14, 2006. Click here for community identified assets
STEP 2: Windshield Tour. Click here.
STEP 2: Detailed Drive Through Fentress County showing signage and business locations. Click here for Adobe PDF File.
STEP 5: Visitor Analysis and Recommendations. Click here for Adobe PDF File.
STEP 6: Map Created of Attractions and Offerings:
Alvin C. York (Sgt. York)
Home Place & Grist Mill State Historic Site
Hwy 127 North, Pall Mall
(931) 879-5366

Visit the birth and home site of America's most decorated World War I Soldier. A picnic beside the gristmill in the park with a delicious sack lunch from the General Store will prove to be relaxing and serene.

Historic Site
York Home
Grist Mill
Wolf River
Bridge - Wolf River
Burial Site
*** York Academy in Jamestown (Major Renovation Project to Ever Save It!!)
Equestrian Opportunities:
True West Campground, Stables & Mercantile
Hwy 154, Jamestown

Accommodations for horse and human, centrally located for access to the riding trails of the Big South Fork. RV sites, cabin rentals, shower houses, barns, tack, saddles, supplies, gifts and old western clothing. Special events held monthly, including bluegrass music and meals.

East Fork Stables
3598 S. York Hwy., Jamestown
(931) 879-1176

Includes organized trail rides and cookouts on 12,000 acres, cabins, lodges, mercantile and more! The Gernt House, a restored and updated farm house of German architectural influence listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the 1880s home of pioneer Bruno Gernt is one of a number of lodging opportunities at East Fork Stables.

Saddle Valley Campground
350 Burks Road (Pickett Parkway), Jamestown

26 campsites with electric hook-ups for horse camping, fire rings, heated bathhouse with six total showers, toilets, sinks and plenty of hot water, plus 42 covered stalls in five different barns, nine large open pens and a large corral. Cabin rentalplus one stall available (no electricity).

Wildwood Lodge Bed & Breakfast
3636 Pickett Park High, Jamestown
(931) 879-9454

The Lodge B&B has 10 guestrooms, each with private bathrooms, heating and air conditioning. All rooms have a TV and a VCR with tapes available from an extensive video library. Three cabins and a cottage with heating and cooling system and full kitchens. All bedrooms, lounges and decks have ceiling fans. Each cabin has a TV/VCR and wheelchair accessible and all the doors are 36" wide. The stable includes 26, 10'x12' stalls.

Zenith Stables Horse Campgrounds
929 Cole Place Road, Allardt
(931) 879-5252

Located between Allardt and Rugby on Hwy 52. There are 38 camping sites. All have water and electric. Some include septic hookup and there is a dump station. There are two bunkhouses that sleep 8-12 people with a refrigerator and a wood heater for chilly days. Clean bathrooms, hot shower and a kitchen facility available for general use. Also 53 barn stalls, out pens and tie outs are permitted. Bedding is furnished as well as clean buckets in each stall for water. You supply your own feed and hay.

Horse Themed Shop - Horse Stuff Etc., Inc.
2110 Pickett Park Highway, Jamestown
(931) 879-7513

One the left as one heads into Jamestown is a tack and feed stored specializing in trail riding gear. From saddle bags to saddles, if it has to do with trail riding, they have it. Also apparel, home decorations, gifts, Leanin' Tree stuff, grooming and stable supplies. "If it has to do with horses, we've probably got it!" Open from 8 - 5:30 every day except Wednesday and Sundays.

Farmers' Co-op (Feed for Horses)
1219 Old Highway 127-S, Jamestown
(931) 879-8114

Drive to Jamestown, at the T-junction turn left on the old Hwy 127. Drive through Jamestown and it is on your left on the far side of town. Open five days a week and half day on Saturday.

Other Lodging:
Jamestown Inn
Ruth's Overnight
Jordon Motel
Pine Valley Cabins
Buck's Overnight Lodge
Highland Manor Winery
2965 South York Highway, Jamestown.
(931) 879-9519

Tennessee's oldest winery offers free tours, wine tastings, a unique gift shop, even a picnic on the grounds! With major events from Spring through Fall, you're going to love coming to Highland Manor. Open 365 days a year. This is a MUST SEE!

General Stores:
Cumberland Mountain General Store
Hwy 127 South, Clarkrange
(931) 863-3880

Original 1923 fixtures, old-time merchandise for sale at "old-time" prices! Antique furniture, glassware, crocks, quilts, lamps, pictures, cast iron, tools, advertising, primitives, country collectibles, etc.

- Rock-A-Billy Cafe and Soda Fountain (located in back of store) takes one back to the 50s with old fashioned burgers, fries, milkshakes, hand-dipped ice cream and more!

General Store at Pall Mall (Sgt. York)
Forbus General Store
near the Pickett County Line

Great fudge, fairly typical general store merchandise. Has tables in the back for deli meats and card tournaments. Seems active in coming up with ideas to get people into the area throughout the year.

R.M General Store (right on the border of Scott/Morgan and Fentress Counties - all 3 claim.
Historic Jamestown:
Mark Twain Park
Old Hwy 127
Downtown Restaurant - Gina's Dairy Mart
Ye Ole Jail
Hwy 52 - Downtown Jamestown on the Square
(931) 879-9948

This century old building made of native sandstone is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is home to the Fentress County Chamber of Commerce. There are a number of other sandstone historic building around the Square. Also located downtown are the Courthouse, City Hall, shops, banks and restaurants.

Historic Rugby
Hwy 52 East
(888) 214-3400

This restored Victorian village founded in 1880 by British author and social reformer Thomas Hughes, survives today as both a living community and fascinating historic site, unspoiled modern development. Tour the Schoolhouse, library, church, original building, commissary store, and grab a delicious bite to eat at the harrow Road Cafe. Click here.

State/National Park(s):
Pickett State Park
Hwy 154, Jamestown
(931) 879-5821

This 17,372 acre park and forest possess a combination of scenic, botanical and geological wonders found nowhere else in Tennessee. The uncommon rock formations, natural bridges, ancient Indian occupation remains and numerous caves are of particular interest. The park is adjacent to Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area.

Colditz Cove State Natural Area
1 mile off Hwy 52, Allardt

The 1.5 mile loop will take you behind the 60 foot high Northrup Falls. This is a short and easy hike with a well-defined walking trail.

Dale Hollow Lake
Big South Fork
Muddy Pond Mennonite Community
Hwy 62 West in Monterey (Putnam County)
(931) 445-7829

An old fashioned community with Amish ways, the Mennonites offer breads, pastries, homemade ice cream and of course sorghum for sale. Enjoy the bakery, leather shop, variety store, general store, Country Porch and sorghum mill. Open Monday through Saturday. (931) 445-7370.

Annual Events/Festivals:
127 Yard Sale - Annual 4 day event www.127sale.com
Pumpkin Festival in Allardt
Always first weekend in October. This event promises the biggest pumpkins, best country cooking and fun for kids of all ages.
County Fair
Bluegrass Festivals
Antiques and Art:
Bluetick Antiques, Jamestown
Possum Trot Antiques and Gifts
Hodgkins Art/Custom Framing, Jamestown
Cumberland Mountain General Store (see above under General Stores)
Century Farms: Fentress County has eight farms that are over 100 years old. Help us celebrate these farms and their legacy. We're proud of these farms and appreciate the character and culture they've added to the community. They are: Big Dry Farm, Clayton Upchurch Farm, Jerry Green Farm, Kenthrease Farm, Otto Pile Farm, Reed Farm, Williams & Pile Farm, W.R. Reed Farm.
King's Daylily Farm
(931) 863-8291

Bursting with gorgeous daylilies, King's Daylily Farm is sure to please. These blooms are absolutely breathtaking. Call for hours and events.

Wolf River Valley Growers
170 Greenhouse Lane, Pall Mall
(800) 841-5210

Family owned and operated. Nestled in the Pall Mall Valley, Wolf River Valley Growers offers the most beautiful plants and flowers you've ever seen. The prices are right too! Don't miss their big Spring Celebration. Open year round, call for yours.

Hunting Lodges
East Port Marina & Resort
Civil War Sites

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