Quality Inn & Suites
634 David Street
Centerville, TN 37033
Phone: (931) 729-5600
Fax: (931) 729-6979
A farm community which was known as Minnie Pearls hometown.
This area boasts 1,850 acres of woods for hunting and many lakes for fishing.
RV travelers will find a full-service campsite just 30 miles northwest of Nashville. The spacious grounds of Dickson RV Park have the feel of the great outdoors, even though the city is just few miles away. Amenities include swimming pool, playground, recreation field, showers, laundry facilities and food market. Visitors may want to spend some time exploring Dickson. Surprisingly, this unassuming town boasts the Renaissance Center, a state-of-the-art facility utilizing the latest technology to promote educational programs and art exhibits.
The Elephant Sanctuary is a voluntary project that provides refuge to Asian and African elephants. Elephants are not caged here and are allowed to stay in their natural habitat. Check website for details.
The Natchez Trace Parkway provides a scenic and historic drive for visitors to the Middle Tennessee area. Stretching over 400 miles (643.73 kilometers) between an area just southwest of Nashville to Natchez, Mississippi, the Natchez Trace Parkway winds through such cities as Jackson and Tupelo, Mississippi and Cherokee, Alabama. Significant stops along the parkway include a variety of Indian mounds in the Middle Tennessee and northern Mississippi areas, a number of historic Confederate grave sites, and a variety of natural vistas. Visitors to the Natchez Trace Parkway may wish to camp along the way or cycle through parts of the parkway and surrounding areas.
Discover the oldest plantation church in its' original condition, there are tours available.