Fall raspberries, pumpkins, blueberries; large, round colorful pumpkins; year-round plump, juicy apples—fresh, local ingredients are the key to making the most flavorful applesauce, apple butter, pumpkin pies, pumpkin butter and so much more. Easy canning and freezing lead to eating the freshest and best when you are at home.
Hayrides, pumpkin patches, Christmas Tree farms, sleigh rides and winter events are just a beginning to fun on the farm in Tennessee.
River Ridge Farm
Located on the banks of the Clinch River below Norris Dam, they offer a variety of experiences: Guided horseback trail ride of one hour, draft horse-pulled wagon rides from one to two hours, fall color tours and guided spring flower tours ranging from two to four hours and picnic shelters. ...more
Shull's Farm and Corn Maze
Corn maze, pumpkins, gourds, locally grown fresh produce and fruits, Homemade baked goods and canned goods country style! Along with craft items made right here in Johnson County. ...more
Still Hollow Farm
Still Hollow Farm is proud to be designated as a "Tennessee Century Farm. " It has been continuously owned and operated by the Allen/Birdwell family since 1857, when James Allen Sr. ...more
Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Museum, Farm, Tour & Jewelry Showroom
Visit North America’s only freshwater pearl-culturing facility--the official historical site of pearl-culturing for the State of Tennessee, growing the official State of Tennessee gem, the freshwater pearl. Birdsong Resort is the home of The Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm--the only freshwater pearl-culturing farm in America. ...more