A DREAM COME TRUE… “615 Candle Lab is a dream come true for me to open my own shop of creative ideas to share with family, friends and new friends. Creating your own candle by choosing your favorite vessel to add a unique fragrance that you love, with friends, drinks and laughter is what the experience is all about. Growing up in Mt. Juliet my whole life, I’ve always loved the old building beside the railroad tracks. Well, now I get to share it with you. The oldest building in Mt. Juliet is now my newest shop to share with you. I have made connections with local artists for unique candle vessels for you to choose from, along with the incredible pieces the local artists create to sell in the shop. These items include paintings, hand-crafted ceramic pieces, blown glass jewelry and much more. I hope you enjoy your experience of making your own candle and your time with friends. Please plan to come back to make more candles and also shop the unique retail.” Amy Hammer
The Hermitage is a historical plantation and museum located in Davidson County, Tennessee, United States, 10 miles east of downtown Nashville. The plantation was owned by Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States, from 1804 until his death at the Hermitage in 1845.
Canoe the Caney is the largest canoe and kayak rental facility on the Caney Fork River. With our positive attitude and large fleet of canoes and kayaks, it’s no wonder people call us the best!!! We love the river, and it shows in all that we do. Come by and see what the fuss is about!
In 2005, Scott and Rebecca Paschal had the opportunity to purchase the remaining 100 acres of Scott’s family farm. The Paschals had farmed this portion of land for decades and lived in the Brush Creek community for seven generations. In 2006, Scott and his father, Tom planted several acres of grapes with plans to become commercial wine grape growers. However with a change in Tennessee state law, it became apparent that eventually the farm needed to develop into a farm winery. With lots of work from their three sons, Scott and Rebecca began to build the infrastructure needed to start a small farm winery. In 2015, on Easter Saturday, Scott, Rebecca and their family opened Cellar 53 Winery to the public. A majority of the wines produced use Tennessee grown fruit with the majority being grown on the eight acres of grape and blackberry vineyards. Come visit! Thursday through Sunday – Noon to 6 pm. Also, the winery is available for small private tastings. Just give us a call! Currently, the winery does not rent out event space for weddings or any other private event or party.
Our Amenities Elm Hill RV Resort is situated on a peninsula with pristine views of Percy Priest Lake that can be taken in from the fire pits, benches and picnic tables throughout the resort. Kick your feet up and enjoy our sanded beach area, outdoor pool and pavilion area. If you’re interested in exploring Percy Priest from the water, please speak to us about boat, kayak and paddleboard rentals with easy lake-front access from our camper docks. We offer 131 full-hook up sites with cable and Wi-Fi included. Reservations We now offer online reservations! Please visit the reservation link at the top of the page to book today. If you have any questions, please call us @ 615-710-9365.
Four Corners Marina, the home of Four Corners Yacht Club, is a full service marina on Percy Priest Lake. Besides offering boat slips for rent, the marina has a variety of boats available for rent. The rental inventory includes 30-foot pontoon boats and Starcraft deck boats. The 30-foot pontoon boats can accommodate as many as 15 people and include a slide for a day of fun on the water. A new ship store offers souvenirs, snacks, cold drinks, boating supplies, fishing supplies and more. Boat slips are available with an annual lease. The covered boat slips can accommodate boats ranging from 20 feet to 80 feet in length. Discounts are available if the entire year’s rent is paid in advance. Marina amenities include:
Boat slip rentals
The cost of boat rentals is determined by the hours of usage plus the cost of the gas used. Specials are available for advance rental reservations. Four Corners Marina is spacious with the room to accommodate hundreds of boats. Cajun Cove Restaurant at the marina serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Don’t worry about running out of fuel. The fueling station even has 50-foot long hoses to make gassing up your boat easier.
Welcome to Imagine That! Art Studio where we invite you to explore your artistic side through classes for all ages, canvas painting parties, workshops, camps, and paint your own pottery. Our friendly staff and talented teachers help create a warm atmosphere where you can spend quality time with your friends and family. We not only create art here, we also create memories!
Enjoy a relaxing day among the wooded banks and rocky bluffs of J. Percy Priest with our fleet of rental boats. From pontoons for relaxing to bass boats for the committed angler, Elm Hill can outfit you with your desired craft. Due to high demand, we encourage you to make reservations two to four weeks in advance for holidays and weekends. Rates exclude taxes and the cost of fuel. All pontoons are equipped with propane grills, safety equipment and all but the smallest are fitted with a second deck and water slide. The 30’ to 36’ models are furnished with toilets.
We offer affordable Stand-Up Paddle (SUP) Board & Kayak Rentals, SUP Yoga, Fitness & Intro Classes, Excursions and more. Our entire staff is WPA (World Paddle Association) certified.
We are located inside Hamilton Creek Marina on Percy Priest Lake. This is a beautiful lake launch, without a marina.
We care about our waterways. We donate a portion of our proceeds to the Cumberland River Compact and other organizations to protect our local watershed.
Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort is a family recreation paradise just 10 miles from downtown Nashville. Our property features a first-class waterpark, exciting zip lines and rope courses, lakeside accommodations and so much more!
Nashville Superspeedway, Middle Tennessee’s racing jewel, is back on the NASCAR schedule in 2021!
A year-round family-friendly destination in one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, Nashville Superspeedway is a staple on the regional sports, entertainment, and festival scene.
Nashville Superspeedway hosted its first NASCAR events in April 2001. Through 2011, the 1.33-mile D-shaped oval with 14 degrees of banking was home to 21 NASCAR Xfinity Series races, 13 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events, and eight Indy Racing League contests.
The largest concrete-only track in NASCAR, Nashville Superspeedway is owned by Dover Motorsports, Inc., which also owns Dover International Speedway in Delaware.
Nashville Superspeedway is a must-see attraction during your family’s next visit to Music City!
Sellars Farm is a Mississippian Period town site near Lebanon, Tennessee. It’s a state archaeological area and is managed by Long Hunter State Park. It’s open from 8:00 am to sunset every day. Sellars Farm is open to the public for self-guided walking tours, and park rangers from Long Hunter occasionally give guided tours. The walking distance on the trail is approximately 1.4 miles over fairly level ground. Most of the length of the trail is under trees or has intermittent shade. About .5 miles is completely exposed to the sun during warm months when the trees are filled out; that exposure would increase a bit in the late fall and winter after the trees lose their leaves. Clean portable restrooms are located near the beginning of the trail. An informational kiosk, designed by Dan Webber, at the entrance to Sellars Farm gives an excellent illustrated overview of the Mississippian Culture Period and the Sellars Farm site. Tour brochures are available at the kiosk that include a map and guide to the site, with numbered points corresponding to markers along the trail that explain the site’s features. Visitors interested mainly in hiking or experiencing nature should enjoy the walking trail. The trail is kept mowed down, but the rest of the area is left natural. In the spring and summer the ancient man-made earthworks are hard to see under the heavy foliage, even the large platform mound, but the plants and flowers are in full view.
Shutes Branch is located on the popular Old Hickory Lake, just a short drive outside of Nashville. There’s plenty of opportunities for boating, biking, swimming and fishing, as well as sailing. Facilities Shutes Branch offers various picnic sites, a boat launch and fishing platform. The reservable group picnic shelter holds 50 guests and comes with electric hookups. Natural Features Old Hickory Lake is a 22,500 acre reservoir created by the Old Hickory Lock and Dam on the Cumberland River. The lake is named after former president Andrew Jackson, a Tennessee-native nicknamed “Old Hickory” for his tough and aggressive personality. The lake features 440 miles of scenic shoreline, surrounded by wooded flatlands and plenty of access points. Recreation Bikers of all skills levels will enjoy the Shutes Branch Mountain Biking Trail, accessed from the picnic area. The first part of the trail is ideal for beginners, while the second portion will challenge more experienced cyclists with rockier terrain, ledges and tight turns. With its close vicinity to the water, Fishing and swimming are consistently popular activities at Shutes Branch. Recreation Sites
Group Shelter Electric
Day Use Area
Boat Trailer Parking
Flush Toilets (Seasonal)
Table & Benches
Nearby Attractions Nearby fishing piers attract anglers at Rockland, Sanders Ferry, Shutes Branch and Bledsoe Creek State Park.History buffs will enjoy a day trip to The Hermitage, a National Historic Landmark and home of former president, Andrew Jackson, during the early 19th century.
The Wilson County Veterans Museum is a gorgeous, new attraction in WilCo that is a great experience for the whole family with a lot to see and learn. The museum honors men and women who have served their country by educating the public through their collection of military uniforms, videos, and even a real UH-1 Huey helicopter used in the Vietnam War. To honor these men and women, there is also a memorial plaza that you don’t want to miss! The museum is open Monday-Friday from 8-4 PM, and admission is FREE!
Our 12-acre working peach and apple orchard is open for the summer. Come on in for fresh produce and baked goods as well as weekend cookouts and Friday morning Storytime. Our rotating products allow for an exciting variation every week.
The Capitol Theatre is a muti-purpose event venue located in the historic downtown Lebanon square. Minutes outside of Nashville, Mt. Juliet, Watertown, and Gallatin, the Capitol Theatre is home to public and private events ranging from weddings, concerts, movies, musicals and more! Visit the Capitol Theatre today, a stage for any setting!
This renovated historical Lebanon theatre is home to countless memories, filled with evenings of music, movies, love and endless good times.
Right on the square, the Capitol Theatre is now an elegant multi-purpose venue with the ability to host private and public events, entertain with live theatre and music, movie viewings, and more!
With performances from entertainers such as Matty Monk and Dueling Pianos, The Little Kings, Shotgun Oakley, The WannaBeatles, and more, the Capitol Theatre entertains its guests at every occasion. The Capitol is proud to be the newest local entertainment venue located in Middle Tennessee.
Our Fun Center has been designed with the family in mind. The 16 ½ acre center has plenty of room for everyone to have fun.
We offer :
2 18 hole Putt-Putt Courses
Golf Driving Range
Batting Cages (Baseball)
Cedars of Lebanon State Park is named for the dense cedar forest that existed in the Biblical lands of Lebanon. The park contains 1000 acres which are used for intensive recreation. An additional 10,000 acres are operated by the Forest Division.
Seasonal Drive-thru Lighting Event: We will be open every night from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve — Monday-Friday 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Saturday and Sunday’s 5pm-10pm (weather permitting)
Experience Cheekwood, the 55-acre estate built by the Maxwell House Coffee fortune in Nashville, Tennessee. Originally built as the home of Leslie and Mabel Cheek in 1929, Cheekwood is one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era estate. The Botanical Garden is a spectacular showcase of color and horticultural diversity. With 13 specialty display gardens and stunning natural landscape, every season offers something new. The Historic Mansion & Museum has Collections of American and Contemporary Painting and Sculpture along with English and American Decorative Arts. Visitors can enjoy year-round family-friendly activities for all ages along with a restaurant and gift shops.
Wilson County is inviting visitors to get to know its legacies and landmarks from a nation divided on the Tennessee Civil War Trail. Four permanent markers now stand on the Tennessee Civil War Trail which leads through Wilson County:
The Square, where Confederate General Robert H. Hatton’s statue is also located
Seawell Hill (at the site of the former Castle Heights Military Academy), where Confederate General Joseph Wheeler camped with his soldiers during their raid in Middle Tennessee
West Main Street, at General Hatton’s former residence
Cedar Grove Cemetery, where General Hatton, Robert Caruthers, the only elected Confederate governor of Tennessee, and James Barry, the last surviving Confederate War veteran in Tennessee, are buried along with 150 other Confederates
The Civil War in Lebanon, Caught in the Crossfire
Cumberland University is located in Lebanon, TN, 30 miles east of Nashville. Founded in 1842, Cumberland University offers a variety of educational, athletic and social experiences to enhance the learning opportunities of the current student body. The university has an exceptional academic program steeped in the liberal arts. Athletic teams regularly compete for conference and national championships.
Fiddlers Grove sits on a knoll among the trees at the James E. Ward Agricultural and Community Center in Lebanon, Tennessee. This re-created historic village consists of original and replicated buildings, some using original materials from structures originating in the many small rural communities throughout Wilson County, Tennessee. The village houses historical structures, and many of the buildings display collections significant to our Wilson County history.
Located 30 minutes from Downtown Nashville, Long Hunter State Park has many recreational opportunities for everyone. From the Bryant Grove Swim Beach to over 25 miles of trails, exploration awaits.
Park Hours: 7 A.M.-Sunset
Nestled near Watertown, Tennessee, on 90 acres in a beautiful valley bordered by two streams, the TreeLand is a tradition for many families. Enjoy free hot chocolate, hot apple cider, cookies, marshmallows you roast on the campfire. Explore the natural beauty of the property and the wildlife who call this home. Well-behaved pets are welcome! No chainsaws or firearms please.
The Sadie Ford Heritage Farm and Art Center is across the road from Cedars of Lebanon State Park. It occupies 73.3 acres of farmland with a 1920’s Farm House, barn, milking shed and many other features.
Located in the quaint community of Carthage in Smith County Tennessee just a short drive East of Nashville the area provides unlimited outdoor adventures surrounded by the Cumberland and Caney Fork Rivers as well as Cordell Hull and Center Hill Lake. Caney Fork River Outfitters. Kayak, canoe rentals with full or half day river trips and shuttle service.
The newly re-imagined and re-branded “WilCo Pow Wow” will be bigger than ever in 2020, featuring over 150 Native American dancers and drummers, authentic Native American food, arts, crafts and entertainment activations such as pottery making, weaving and tomahawk throwing. We are excited to partner with the Wilson County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau to reach a wider audience expanding throughout the U.S., and to put our Wilson County Native American history on a nation-wide stage.