Bridge Memorial Park
At the corner of Hwy 431/231 & Thornton Taylor Parkway.
See a replica of the historic Stone Bridge and Pristine Cascade
as you walk through this beautiful park. Visit our visitor
center located in one of two historic log cabins.
Downtown Fayetteville Square
Visit our unique downtown square and enjoy shopping in the
unique gift shops, admiring the architecture of the buildings,
and watching the whittlers at work on the courthouse lawn!
Shop in the several famous stores featured in Southern Living
Magazine and on prime time talk shows.
110 N Elk Avenue
Find exactly what you are looking for in the South's Largest
Designer Fabric Outlet located in downtown Fayetteville, Tennessee.
114 W Market Street
Dine "behind bars" in a turn-of-the century jail
cell while you enjoy delicious cuisine. This restaurant featured
in national publications including Southern Living.
931-433-6387 (Fair Office)
931-433-1234 (Chamber of Commerce)
Selected as the Number 1 County Fair in Tennessee Mark the
second week in September on your calendar to attend
this award winning fair. Activities include a Demolition Derby,
Harness Races, Agriculture Exhibits, Carnival Rides, and Top
Lincoln County Museum
521 Main Avenue South
931-438-0339 or 931-433-1234
Visit this museum located in the Old Borden Milk Plant and
view a large collection of items from days gone by. Don't
miss the military, medical, and agriculture exhibits. Also
see the enormous arrowhead collection.
Home Walking Tours
Mulberry Avenue Homes, Elk Avenue Homes, and Washington Street
Get your free guide at the Chamber of Commerce and take a
self-guided tour of the beautiful homes in these historic
neighborhoods. One has been named to the National Register.
Host of Christmas Past
During the second weekend in November, Fayetteville becomes
the setting for a Norman Rockwell Painting. This festival
brings thousands of visitors to enjoy an old fashioned high
tea, trolley rides, strolling musicians, a candlelight walking
tour, and much, much more.
Fayetteville is the Antique Lover's paradise. With an abundance
of antique shops and malls to serve your special needs, your
treasure hunt can begin in the heart of Lincoln County. Downtown
Fayetteville boasts the most antique shops per square mile
in our area.
of Commerce Welcome Center
208 South Elk Avenue
Fayetteville, TN 37334
The Chamber of Commerce Welcome Center can assist you with
brochures, maps, and information. Call ahead for organized
tours and hospitality. Stop by for restroom facilities and
your welcome package filled with appreciation gifts and coupons.
recognized nationally for genealogy records.
County Public Library Genealogy section
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
on the Elk River
Elk River Canoe Rental
Elk River Adventures
Elk River Canoe Rental
Star Wheels Skate Center
Fayetteville Golf and Country Club (Private)
and Recreation Center
- KidsPark -
a community built playground for children ages 5-12
- Kiwanis Park
- Playground equipment, pavilion, open grassy play area,
- SJ King Park
- Three pavilions, soccer fields, playground equipment
- William Battle
Park - playground equipment, picnic tables, basketball
- Wells Hill
Park - Hiking trail, waterfall, picnic area
- Davidson Park
- baseball fields, pavilions, playground equipment
- Southern Lincoln
County Recreational Complex - soccer, baseball, and softball
Recreational Complex - Table tennis, pool tables, tennis
courts, basketball courts, gun range, walking track, softball
and baseball fields,
AND REUNION PLANNING
and Lincoln County is the ideal location for your next family
reunion, convention, or other annual event. Let us be your
host. The Chamber of Commerce can help you plan the most memorable
event with these special touches we provide.
- you will feel right at home without the work! Enjoy the
reunion package that includes reduced rates, a complimentary
hospitality suite, red-carpet treatment, and goody bags upon
arrival for every family or group member!
Packages - Arrange for a tour package of your choice or
try them all! Call the Chamber of Commerce to schedule tours
of the historic museum, antebellum homes, scenic trails, and