Although they do have a small Jr. Pumpkin Patch, the star of this farm is their large corn maze. They also have a variety of other attractions including jumping pillow, gem mining, petting zoo and more!
This self-proclaimed screampark is set on the actual Jeremiah Lexer plantation and boasts 5 scary attractions! Lexer is Tennessee’s most notorious serial killer and, according to Frightmare Manor, you may be able to actually glimpse his spirit on the property. This is a seasonal attraction.
This studio offers a variety of art options including, paint your own pottery, canvas painting, and glass fusion. Projects are available for both children and adults. Birthday parties are available.
Claiming to be the region’s largest indoor aquatic attraction, this water park resort boasts family-friendly accommodations as well as an expansive indoor water park. You do not have to be staying at the resort to enjoy the park. Day and week passes can be purchased separately.
This brand new family resort and indoor water park may take over as largest indoor park, when it opens in 2017.
This center features a large swimming pool as well as a feature filled splash pad. Daily and 25 visit passes can be purchased for a nominal fee.
This botanical garden provides a self-guided tour that identifies 73 species of trees, many of which are flowering in the appropriate season. There are also a variety of seasonal flowers along the paved walking path. This garden is free to the public.
- Virginia pine
- Scotch pine
- White pine
- Leyland cypress