Four Mile Market RV and Tent Camping

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Four Mile Market RV and Tent Camping

Four Mile Market RV and Tent Camping

1609 Chisholm Road

Cypress Inn

Just off the Natchez Trace at Mile Marker 351 (Hwy 13) Phone 931 724-5320

The Dragonfly

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The Dragonfly

Located just behind the Wayne County Welcome Center, the Dragonfly is a true emporium hosting works created by more than 25 local artisans. From watercolor prints to hand-crafted decorative guords, stained glass and painted rocks, there’s something here for everyone!  Enjoy an ice cold fruit smoothie or warm cappuccino while you shop!

100 Second Avenue
Collinwood, TN 38450

Chad’s Family Restaurant

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Chad’s Family Restaurant

Located across from the Collinwood Train Depot Library, just off mm 355. Meat and three weekly buffet and will cook to order. Open Mon-Th 6am to 8pm, Fri-Sat 6am to 9pm and Sundays 11am to 2pm.

Phone: 931-724-2423

100 E Depot St
Collinwood, TN 38450-4652

Meme’s Kitchen

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Meme’s Kitchen

Open for Breakfast, lunch, dinner and anytime in between! Open Mon-Th 6am to 8pm, Fri-Sat 6am to 9pm. Sunday buffet 6am to 2pm. Located on Hwy 13 south of Collinwood between mm 351 and 355 of the Natchez Trace Parkway.

Phone: 931-724-2444

927 Highway 13 S
Collinwood, TN 38450-4615

Coast to Coast Rooms

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Coast to Coast Rooms

Just off mm 355 on Broadway Street in Collinwood. Phone  931 724-9119 or 724-4893 after 5. If no answer: 931-332-1601 or 931-332-1602.

101A 3rd Avenue South
Collinwood, TN 38450

Depot Library and Museum

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Depot Library and Museum

The Collinwood Depot Branch Library is housed in the Depot Station that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places April 1, 1988. The current building was originally built in 1916 which was home to 4 rooms. The Depot was placed next to the completed railway that connected Collinwood to Iron City in 1913. With the town booming in 1918, a baggage room and additional warehouse were added to the station. With railway operations on the down turn, the station ceased operation in 1939 and the tracks were removed in the early 1940’s. After the abandonment and removal of the railway the Depot was, in the ensuing years, used as a house, warehouse, and at one time a grist mill. The Collinwood City Government utilized the Depot as City Hall from 1965-1977 and later was home of the local Senior Citizen Center. To the advantage of the citizens of Collinwood the depot building has been renovated and is know known as “The Collinwood Depot Branch Library” and is open to the public Tuesday-Friday 10:30a.m.- 5:30p.m and Saturdays 10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.

Miss Monetta’s Country Cottage

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Miss Monetta’s Country Cottage

“A condo on the street” for travelers along the Natchez Trace. Two bedroom, one bathcottage with a pull-out couch, washer/dryer, front and back porches with rockers, central heat and air, fully equipped kitchen – all the comforts of home in a historic 1934 cottage on a shady two acre lot.


400 West Tennessee Street

Collinwood 38450


Phone: 931 724-9309

Larry and Dianne Butler, Owners

www.missmonettas.com

lwbutler@tds.net

Camping Sites in Collinwood

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Camping Sites in Collinwood

Primitive overnight camping is allowed in all three Collinwood parks and RV hookups are available for a small fee. Please contact Collinwood City Hall at 931-724-9107 or the Wayne County Welcome Center at 931-724-4337 during regular business hours or Ricky Bratton at 931-722-8415 after 5:00 pm. Daily RV Hookup Fee $15.00.

Tennessee Fitness Spa at Natural Bridge

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Tennessee Fitness Spa at Natural Bridge

Tennessee Fitness Spa is located 95 miles southwest of Nashville, Tennessee at beautiful Natural Bridge. This historic site may be the only double span natural bridge formation in the world. It is a purely natural formation that was formed over millions of years by nature. Indians used the site over several different periods of history. Tribes including the Yucchi Indians from Mexico, the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Muskogean, Creeks and Cherokees walked the trails around Natural Bridge long before the white man came to this country. The last Indians here were the Cherokees but they were ordered out by Andrew Jackson in the 1800’s, known as the “Trail of Tears”. The site is bordered by Forty-Eight Creek which is crystal clear cool water. Many species of fish can be seen from the banks. Another popular creation of nature on the grounds is the “Ice” cave. The temperature in the cave is a cool 58 degrees year round. The stream coming out of the cave is stocked with rainbow trout. Public access to the Natural Bridge is available only on Sundays from 9 am to 3 pm. Visit www.TNSpa.com

Tennessee River

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Tennessee River

Tennessee River


The Tennessee River is the largest tributary of the Ohio River. It is approximately 652 miles (1049 km) long and is located in the southeastern United States in the Tennessee Valley. The river was once popularly known as the Cherokee River, among other names.

Clifton Marina, Ross Creek Landing Golf Course and the T.S. Stribling Home and Museum are just a short drive away. From the Natchez Trace Parkway follow Hwy 64 West to Historic Clifton resting right on the banks of the Tennessee.

Buffalo River

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Buffalo River

Buffalo River is located on the Natchez Trace Parkway at milepost 382.8.
Buffalo River is located on the Natchez Trace Parkway at milepost 382.8.

One of Tennessee’s most scenic rivers, the Buffalo meanders through the northern part of Wayne County. The river is famous as a float stream for canoe and kayak enthusiasts. From moderately fast rapids to lazy, slow moving waters, a journey down the Buffalo River is to experience nature at its best. For those who fish, the river is home to an abundance of small-mouth bass, rock bass, and catfish. From milepost 355 follow TN Hwy 13 north approximately 20 miles to the Buffalo River.

Wayne County Welcome Center

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Wayne County Welcome Center

 Welcome to Collinwood!   

Upon your arrival, please visit the Wayne County Welcome Center in Collinwood, at mile marker 355 off the Natchez Trace Parkway and approximately 13 miles north of the Alabama state line. Our staff of volunteers will help direct you to your destination and provide useful information on attractions all across Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi. Their cookies and coffee are pretty good, too! All listings on this page are just a short drive from our Welcome Center and accessible from the Natchez Trace Parkway.