A brand new guide, complete with directions, is available for all that would like to tour our area.
Outdoors is the place to be! Lewis County has lots to offer land and water. Canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding, camping, and dirt track racing to name a few.
Festivals and other events are great for tourism and the local economy. In 2013, as a result of taxes generated by tourism in Lewis County, each household paid $126.74 less in local and state taxes. Some of our most popular events include:
This is Nashville’s Trace: a road trip through charming Tennessee towns linked together by the UNSPOILED BEAUTY and stories of the Natchez Trace Parkway and National Scenic Byway.
The 920-acre Devil's Backbone State Natural Area offers a visitor the opportunity for a quiet hike in a natural environment which has had little affected by modern human activity. The trail takes the hiker from the pavement of the Natchez Trace Parkway (located at milemarker 394 in Lewis County) out along the ridges of Tennessee's Highland Rim, down along a creek, and back again.
Memorial Park is a 20.2 acre park located within the city of Hohenwald. Recreational facilities include four baseball and softball fields which are utilized by the local Dixie Youth organizations, two tennis courts, two basketball courts, gym, public swimming pool, playground and a walking track.