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Outdoors is the place to be!  Lewis County has lots to offer land and water.  Canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding, camping, just to name a few.  

Kayaking and Canoeing

The Buffalo River, a natural attraction for weekend canoe and kayak enthusiasts, is one of the last rivers classified as "scenic" in the Southeast. Sports fishermen and women will find a variety of fish types including bass, bluegill, perch and more. Canoeing, or "floating the Buffalo," is a perfect way to spend the day in Lewis County.

In 2022, Lewis County’s Buffalo River Blueway offers 2 public access points. The first is located at Metal Ford on the Natchez Trace Parkway. Public access on Natchez Trace Parkway milepost 382.8 at Metal Ford. Take out for this segment is located at the newly updated Grinders Creek Public Access point is 2581 Buffalo Road (at the Mouth of Grinders Creek and the Buffalo River). This segment provides an enjoyable 5- mile floating trip for all ages. Future Public Access points are planned for development on Lewis County’s segment to include Texas Bottom and Riverside, both historic takeout points for full day float trips. Kayaking or canoeing the Buffalo River is a cool way to spend the summer. Contact Debbie Landers at 931-796-4084 for outfitter information or bring your canoe or kayak and put in at any of several points.

Camping

There are several business members of the Chamber of Commerce who can help you find out more information. For instance, On the Buffalo offers kayaking, canoeing and campgrounds, as well as bed & breakfast accommodations on a 12-acre site right on the Buffalo River for your outdoor vacation experience. Fall Hollow Resort offers space for RV and Tent camping, and has a bed & breakfast as well. Located on the beautiful Swan Creek with lots of room to explore, tube and swim. Natchez Trace Thousand Trails NACO - Hohenwald, Tennessee - RV LIFE Campground Reviews near the Natchez Trace offers cabin and lodge rentals, boat and local canoe rentals, RV camping sites, tent and pop up camper and hammock friendly campgrounds is the only one of its kind in South Central Tennessee.

We will continue to update our information about suggestions about places to stay, as well as river destination points. Check back here often.

Natchez Trace Thousand Trails NACO -
Hohenwald, Tennessee - RV LIFE Campground Reviews
1363 Napier Road
Hohenwald, Tennessee 38462

Fall Hollow Resort
1329 Columbia Hwy
Hohenwald TN 38462

 

Campground and Kayaking | On the Buffalo | Tennessee
606 GAITHER HINSON Road
WAYNESBORO TN 38485 (State Route 99 between Hohenwald and Waynesboro)

Camp Wonder Wander Creativity Retreat Center
613 Gaither Hinson Rd
Waynesboro, TN 38485(State Route 99 between Hohenwald and Waynesboro)


Category: Outdoor Sports