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In addition to trail hiking, exploring, hot-tubbing, , fresh egg collecting from our chicken coops or just general overall being at ease, you can always venture off the grounds to explore some great nearby attractions.  Here are just a few!  Check out the Guest Cabin book for a complete list (About Us - General Information) or the pictures above!

Mitchell Creek Marina

T​his full-service marina makes it simple and comfortable for water enthusiasts. There are more than 300 boat slips, a boat store, watercraft  and accessory rentals, and a first-class restaurant;  daily serving southern favorites at lunch and dinner, and breakfast on weekends.

 The Boutique at Mitchell Creek is a specialty shop offering name brand clothing, decor, accessories and gifts with a surprising a selection of quality merchandise. You can shop onsite or shop online.

** Highly Recommended

Things To Do

Dale Hollow Lake
Dale Hollow Lake was recently named #1 in the “Top Ten Best Houseboating Lakes in North America” listed by Pick A Slip.  From fishing  (6 of the top 10 world record smallmouth bass, according to Bassmaster, have been caught in Dale Hollow Lake) to floating to skiing to golfing, Dale Hollow Lake offers activities that are sure to please everyone.  

** Highly Recommended

Mammoth Cave National Park

From the beginning, underground explorers doubted that they would ever find the end of Kentucky's Mammoth Cave. Currently measuring 350 miles long and 379 feet deep, Mammoth Cave is known as the longest cave in the world. Geologists estimate that there could be as many as 600 miles of yet undiscovered passageways.

This is a little farther out then the others from TC&B but worth the drive.  Located in Cave City, KY the drive is about 1 hour 45 minutes.  However, it’s a great day trip that offers all kinds of things to do!  .

** Highly Recommended


Standing Stone State Park
Located in Standing Stone State Forest on the Cumberland Plateau, the park takes its name from the Standing Stone, a 12 foot tall rock standing upright on a sandstone ledge, which was supposedly used as a boundary line between two Indian nations. When the rock fell, the Indians placed a portion of it upon an improvised monument to preserve it. The stone is still preserved in nearby Monterey, Tenn.

** Highly Recommended

Cummins Falls State Park
An idyllic, but rugged, 211-acre day-use park located nine miles north of Cookeville on the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River on the Eastern Highland Rim. Located in the Cordell Hull Watershed, the area has been a scenic spot and swimming hole for local residents of Jackson and Putnam counties for more than 100 years. Cummins Falls is Tennessee’s eighth largest waterfall in volume of water and is 75 feet high.  

** Highly Recommended

​    ​​Right Where You Want to Be!

Proud members of the Upper Cumberland Tourism Association.  Be sure to click on the image above to check out all the attractions in the UC area! 

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