535 Wiley Parker Road
Jackson, TN 38305
Phone: (731) 668-1400
Fax: (731) 668-1400
All aboard for family fun at one of Tennessee's best visited travel attractions. Featuring Brooks Shaw's Old Country Store Restaurant, 1890's Ice Cream Parlor, and Gift and Confectionery Shop -- all accented with over 15,000 antiques on display. The Village also includes the historic Casey Jones Home and Train Store, a miniature train ride, miniature golf course, amphitheater, and a selection of unique retail shops.
The Muse Park in Jackson is a wonderful spot for a day out with family. The park is lined with beautiful trees and also has a small lake which is a great place for some recreational fishing. The park has Baseball fields and it is also home to a skate park.
If you're a movie buff with a passion for cars, Rusty's TV & Movie Cars displays several specimens that were used in popular films. Some of them include the DeLorean from the Back To The Future series, Scooby Doo and gang's Mystery Machine and Herbie, the Love Bug.
This park contains 165 acres of pristine river bottom land, as well as an interpretive nature center, an observation tower, fishing areas, and picnic tables.
North Park makes for a great day out with friends, playing soccer and several tennis courts for all those who enjoy a good game over the weekends.
Forest Hill park frequently schedules several baseball games. Baseball, being one of Jackson Tennessee's favorite sports, is a great sport to witness in these grounds.
Historic building available for private or public events.
A battlesite which exhibits a log cabin which was once used as a hospital.
This massive sportsplex features 17 fields, designated to softball and baseball matches in the city of Jackson, Tennessee. These two iconic sports of America are celebrated with vigor, with West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex being the hub for these events.
A minor-league baseball facility for the West Tennessee Diamonds, Which also host a variety of concerts.
An Artesian well that was believed to cure "ailments." Once surrounded by a man-made lake which is no longer there the well still continues to bring up water.
This ballpark has witnessed some spectacular games since its inception. With a venue capacity of over 5,000 seats, this ball park is an iconic monument of the region of West Tennessee.