Seasonal Farms & Horseback Riding

Seasonal Farms * Horseback Riding

Horse greetings

 

Bring your own horse, or ride theirs.  The point is to get out and enjoy the beauty of Tennessee from a point of view as seen by our settlers over 200 years ago or a different point of view than normally seen when communing with nature.

 

walking horse association400x6001) BEAVERDAM CREEK FARM – 516 Sulphur Creek Rd, Centerville. (931) 623-3732. A family run farm growing healthy, certifi ed natural vegetables and grass fed beef & lamb. www.beaverdamcreekfarm.com 

2) BOLO CLUB & CAMPGROUND – 738 Sinking Cove Rd, Sherwood. Guided tours 8 times year, miles of trails with creeks & caves, camping accommodations & cabins, 50 covered stalls with water & lights, day rides. Farrier available. (800) 794-3071, x202 www.theboloclub.com 

3) BONNIE BLUE FARM – Waynesboro. Goat dairy & farmstead cheese; rustic log cabin. (931) 722-GOAT(4628) www.bonniebluefarm.com 

4) BUFFALO RIVER TRAIL RIDE – 5929 Bromley Cemetery Rd., Waynesboro. (931) 722-9170 www.brtr.com 

5) CALICO JUNCTION MULE RANCH – 142 Grassy Valley Rd., Hohenwald. Carriage wagon rides, trail rides & more. Appointments: (931) 796-4111 www.calicojunctionmuleranch.com 

6) CEDAR CREEK – 1326 Warner Bridge Rd., Shelbyville. U-pick pumpkin patch, corn maze, hay bale maze, tractor-pulled hay rides, farm animals & more. (931) 684-9814 www.cedarrockinc.com 

7) CLEARVIEW HORSE FARM – 2291 Hwy. 231 S., Shelbyville. Horse riding & lessons, RV hookups, lodging, indoor & outdoor arenas, pond, trails, shows & more. (931) 684-8822 www.clearviewhorsefarm.com 

8) CROSSTIES WARTRACE HORSE STABLES – 635 Higgins Rd, Wartrace (931) 215-7560

9) DOC’S BERRY FARM – 425 Hillwood Dr., Loretto. U-pick blackberries, blueberries & muscadines. (931) 853-6442

10) FARMER BROWN’S PRODUCE – 43 Railroad Bed Rd., Iron City. Fruits & vegetables for sale: blackberries, cantaloupes, grapes, squash, corn, etc. (931)242-8033

11) FORGIE FRUIT FARM – 2000 Collier Rd., Lewisburg. U-pick peaches & cherries. Mon.-Sat., 8AM-6PM. (931) 359-0153 www.forgiefruitfarm.com 

12) GRANDADDY’S FARM – 454 Highland Ridge Rd., Estill Springs (near Tims Ford State Park). Open Sept. 10-Oct. 31. Hayrides, corn maze, pig races, animal barn, 40-foot hillside slide; market offers fall decor including over 35 varieties of mums & over 75 varieties of pumpkins, gourds & winter squash. (931) 327-4080 www.grandaddysfarm.com 

13) GREEN RIVER STABLE & HORSE BOARDING – 642 Waynesboro Hwy., Waynesboro. (931) 722-7002 www.greenriverstables.biz 

14) HOLIDAY ACRES FARM – 346 Campbellsville Pk., Ethridge. Petting zoo, hayrides, mazes, pumpkins, mums. Open weekends in Oct. (931) 829-2660 www.holidayacresfarm.com 

15) LIMOLAND – 8076 Columbia Hwy., Pulaski. Mon.-Sat., 9AM-6PM; Sun., 1-5PM. Greenhouse open April-June. Strawberry patch open late April-early June. Pumpkin patch open Oct. (931) 363-5744

16) LYON FAMILY FARM – 130 Bellview Rd., Taft. U-pick pumpkins, animal barn, petting zoo, hay rides, corn maze. (931)205-1853 www.lyonfamilyfarms.com 

17) MANY CEDARS CAMPGROUND & TRAIL RIDE – 233 Pollock Cemetery Rd., Hohenwald. Approximately 3,200 acres of wooded forests with 65 miles of easy to challenging trails; Buffalo River winds through site. (931) 796-4384

18) MONKS FARM, MARKET & CORN MAZE – 42 Smith Rd., Fayetteville. Corn maze, haunted maze & maze for small children; 25 acres of public fi shing; beans, corn, herbs, okra, potatoes, pumpkins, squash & tomatoes for sale. (931) 433-6913

19) NATCHEZ TRACE RIDING STABLES – Hwy. 7 & Natchez Trace Pkwy., Primm Springs. 2-hour guided horseback rides. (931) 682-3706 www.nashvilleshorsebackriding.com 

20) RING FARM – 2628 Greens Mill Rd., Columbia. Corn maze, wagon rides, children activities & weddings. (931) 486-2395 www.ringfarm.com 

21) TOTTY’S BEND FARM & DAIRY – 1653 Totty’s Bend Road, Duck River. (931) 729-7769. A micro-farm specializing in sustainably produce goat milk, bath and body products.

22) WILLIAMSPORT WMA HORSE TRAIL – 1794 Buck Daniels Rd., Culleoka. Call for information & reservations; bring your own horse. (931) 840-6107

23) WOLF CREEK RANCH – 120 Windsor Road, Centerville, TN 37033. (931) 306-1267 Saddle Up Saturdays - www.wolfcreekranchtn.com 

 

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