The Emporium, located at 25 E. Main St., in downtown Hohenwald, offers daily lunch specials, sandwiches, soups, and salad bar. 931-796-6965 www.hohenwaldemporium.com
Located right off the Natchez Trace Parkway at 1363 Napier Rd., this 830-acre forested preserve features a large 3 mile long lake, pontoon tours, excellent fishing, and more. Family fun camping the way it used to be. Come enjoy nature at its best and be a part of our camping family. Call 931-796-3211 for reservations or visit http://www.1000trails.com/ for more information.
As you enter the property of the Natchez Hills Vineyard, you will be in awe of the beauty of the vines as they blanket the land. Situated just outside Hohenwald in the curve that joins Lewis and Maury Counties, Natchez Hills Vineyard also includes an Indoor Event Center where talented performers regularly entertain enthusiastic audiences and many private events–including weddings–take place. There is also a full-size pro recording studio above the Event Center and a vineyard stage for Outdoor Festivals and Special Events. Vineyard tours are available by appointment only. Call 931-285-2500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase tickets, book a private event or schedule a tour.
Set in 170 acres of wooded hills, this unusual bed and breakfast offers the choice of three types of accommodations. All have antiques, private baths, and air conditioning. Rates include a full breakfast served in the main house. Nearby are hiking trails, canoeing, bicycling, wildflowers, birds, and other wildlife. Natchez Hills Bed & Breakfast, located at 906 Ridgetop Rd., is now hosting events also. If you are looking for peace and quiet, outdoor activities, or sights to see in the area, call 931-285-2500 or log on to www.natchezhills.com
Second story studio quarters located at 11 E Main St. King size bed, two twin beds, bath and a half, efficiency kitchen. Great space for company meetings, overnight or extended stays. Call for more information at 931-628-3478.
Embassy Inn is located on Hwy. 412 near downtown Hohenwald with all the restaurants nearby. Our property features non-smoking and smoking rooms, Jacuzzi suites, handicapped rooms with refrigerators, microwaves, coffeemakers, hairdryers, and 27″ color TV’s. Free wireless internet, local calls, and breakfast. Major credit cards accepted. Located at 235 E. Main St., call 931-796-1500 or visit www.embassyinnhohenwald.com.
Enjoy the countryside along beautiful Swan Creek and the Natchez Trace Parkway. RV hookups with water and electric, dump station, primitive tent camping, bath house, rooms with breakfast, and restaurant serving Southern Fried Catfish and hand cut Steaks. Located at 1329 Columbia Hwy there is more information and location map at the website http://www.fallhollow.com/ or call 931-796-1480.
McDonald’s is a well-known chain located at 441 E. Main St. offering burgers, chicken, and their famous fries. 931-796-2600
Big John’s Bar-B-Q, 423 E. Main St., is a cook-to-order restaurant specializing in hickory smoked pulled pork BBQ, homemade vinegar slaw, and our popular BBQ baked beans. Other menu items include Hamburger Steak, Ribeye Steak, Chicken Strips, Grilled Chicken, Pulled Ham and Turkey and many other items. We also offer a full range of catering services. Call at 931-796-2244 for more information.
Located at 21 E. Main St., Snappy’s Pizza has homemade pizza, subs and more. For more information call 931-796-4832.
The City of Hohenwald operates the Hohenwald Municipal Golf Course, 829 Columbia Hwy. Located on US Hwy 412 on the east side of Hohenwald, it is a beautifully maintained 9-hole course that lies on 58 acres, par 72, open year round. The greens boast champion bermuda grass with the fairways in bermuda with fescue rough. The facilities include a club house with a snack bar and rental clubs. Rental carts are also available. Players come from a wide area to play the course. A lighted driving range with practice greens and bunkers are also open to the public. Visit the website for more information at http://www.hohenwaldgolf.com/ or call 931-796-5421.
Take a picnic to Wilhelm Tell Platz and relax in the cool grass or under the bandstand. Located on South Maple Street in the downtown area.
Calico Junction Mule Ranch, 142 Grassy Valley Rd., calls to you to come experience trails, adventures and camps just outside of town. There are over 100 trails with new trails going in every year on 2500 acres that wind through hardwoods, pines, valleys, mountains, meadows, streams, and waterfalls. This is a great place to go where you can relax on horseback on a wonderful trail ride or try a wagon ride. For reservations call 931-796-4111 or 615-268-6269. Also visit the website at http://www.calicojunctionmuleranch.com/.
An Amish and Mennonite community is located just 5 minutes east of the Meriwether Lewis Monument and Gravesite area along the Natchez Trace Parkway. Exit the Trace onto TN Hwy 20, and turn left. Yoder’s Homestead Market, located in the community at 3555 Summertown Hwy, is family owned and operated, selling home-style sandwiches, cheese, and deli meats. Lots of home-baked bread and pastries, spices, nuts, pastas, cookbooks and handcrafted lawn furniture available to purchase. For more information call 931-796-1646. Many of the Amish and Mennonite homes have in season produce for sale, also.
Along the Natchez Trace Parkway at milepost 385.9 is the Meriwether Lewis Monument and Gravesite. Meriwether Lewis, Captain of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, is buried here beneath the monument at Pioneer Cemetery. Take time to stroll along the various trails and visit the information station located in a 1930s cabin. The cabin is located near the site of Grinder’s Stand where Lewis died a mysterious death. Was it murder or suicide?
Located at milepost 391.9 along the Natchez Trace Parkway is Fall Hollow. You can hike the moderately strenuous trail to the waterfall. Take a dip in the cool waters when you get there.
Devil’s Backbone State Natural Area is at milepost 394 along the Natchez Trace Parkway. This hiking trail begins at the pavement of the Natchez Trace Parkway, goes out along the ridges of Tennessee’s Highland Rim, down along a creek, and back again. The trail is a moderately strenuous loop with 200 feet of elevation change that is about 3 miles long.
Established in 2003, Keg Springs Winery, located at 361 Keg Springs Rd., produces a full range of superior quality, award winning wines from very dry to sweet. Free Tastings. Gift shop with packaged cheese, meats, crackers and more. Come relax on the patio deep in the hills of Lewis County. Call 931-285-0589 or log on to www.kegsprings.com for more information.