Milepost 350.5- Sunken Trace- Three sections of the original road show how the route was relocated to avoid mudholes.
Discover one of the hidden treasures along the Natchez Trace when you stop in at the Wayne County Welcome Center in Collinwood for a warm welcome (or good-bye) to Tennessee.
Friendly volunteers will give you information and help direct you to attractions like Collinwood’s Old Depot Library, the only surviving building associated with the Tennessee Western Railroad, and the T.S. Stribling Museum in Clifton, where a once-forgotten Pulitzer-prize winning author is remembered.
Tour the small museum at the Welcome Center, learn about local festivals like Old Timer’s Day, Singing on the Farm, Pumpkin Harvest, Horseshoe Riverbend, the Tour de Wayne Bicycle Ride, enjoy home cooking in our local restaurants and join in small-town activities like fish fries, bean suppers, and gospel singings.
Find bargains in antique shops in Collinwood and Waynesboro. Stay a while and canoe the beautiful Buffalo River or Shoal Creek, rent a pontoon boat and float the Tennessee River, or ask about fishing and hunting in the many creeks and lush valleys.
123 south oak drive Collinwood TN 38450 The Collinwood City Pool opens memorial day weekend, closes the 2nd weekend in August. (Dates may vary) There are always 2 life guards […]
Hwy 13 South Collinwood TN 38450 The downtown city park includes playground equipment, a pavilion, picnic tables and lots of green open space.
Collinwood, Tennessee Bed and Breakfasts Collinwood, Tennessee is located adjacent to the Natchez Trace Parkway at milepost 355. These Collinwood, TN accommodations are part of the Natchez Trace Bed and […]
Glenrock Branch along the Natchez Trace Parkway is located at milepost 364.5. It’s only a short walk down a trail to the creek and limestone bluff.Read More
A favorite among locals that has been serving area farmers for over 75 years. Located on Broadway, just across from the Wayne County Welcome Center.
A true emporium experience, featuring locally created arts & crafts, select antiques, new gift items and a fun and inviting coffee lounge.
Be sure to visit the Wayne County Welcome Center located at 219 East Broadway, just off mile marker 355. An all volunteer staff is available to assist you in your travel plans.
This camp is beneath 50 year old oaks in Volunteer Park across from the Wayne County Welcome Center. Picnic areas and scheduled activities during summer months.
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 […]
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 […]
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
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 […]
“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, […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]