Area Attractions 2017-03-28T19:56:11+00:00

Area Attractions

Percy Priest Lake

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  • Percy Priest Lake provides a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities.
  • This beautiful lake covers 42 miles and 14,000 acres.
  • Amenities at the lake include campgrounds, marinas, horseback riding,
  • Picnicking, wildlife watching, swimming, sailing, wakeboarding, jet skiing
  • Long Hunter State Park is attached to the lake has hiking and biking.
  • Catch a large mouth bass, small mouth bass, Cherokee bass, catfish, and trout.
  • With a long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities to choose from.
  • Fishing, hunting, camping, picnicking, boating, canoeing, hiking & horseback riding.
  • The lake is connected to Long Hunter State Park & only 6 miles from Rockhaven Cabins.
  • Our friends at Inflatable Boater rated Percy Priest as one of the top 20 spots to fish in TN.
  • Long Hunter State Park is situated along the shore of J. Percy Priest Lake.
  • There are 4 areas: Couchville, Baker’s Grove, Bryant Grove and Sellar’s Farm.
  • Picnic, swim, hike, backpack, go boating, fish, and observe wildlife
  • There are several great walking trails in the park.
  • Sella’s Farm State Archaeological Area is an attraction for history enthusiasts
  • Sellars Farm is one of the few Native American mounds in Tennessee.
  • The Sellars Farm community was occupied in the period around 900 AD until about 1500 AD.
  • There’s a short loop trail is a good hike and offers a unique learning experience.
  •  Pets are not permitted on the trails
  • Providence MarketPlace is a 103-acre retail gateway to the Providence area.
  • Located only 4 1/2 miles north of Rockhaven Cabins.
  • Designed as a regional “omnicenter” with approximately 830,000 square feet of retail space.
  • Providence MarketPlace is the largest open-air center in Middle Tennessee.
  • The largest shopping center between Nashville and Knoxville.
  • Providence MarketPlace offers a diverse mix of stores.
  • Department stores, specialized retailers, specialty shops, restaurants and a movie theater.
  • Kroger & Publix Grocery stores are in the Providence area.
  • The Grand Ole Opry, a radio broadcast in 1925, is a live-entertainment phenomenon today.
  • Dedicated to honoring country music’s rich history and dynamic present.
  • The Opry showcases a mix of country legends and contemporary chart-toppers.
  • It’s called the “home of American music” and “country’s most famous stage.”
  • Every year, thousands of people come from around the world to the Opry Complex.
  • The Grand Ole Opry is only 15 miles from Rockhaven Cabins.
  • Cedars of Lebanon State Park, named for the cedar forest in the Biblical lands of Lebanon.
  • The park contains 900 acres which are used for intensive recreation.
  • Eight miles of hiking trails meander through the “cedar” forests and glades.
  • Hiking trails are open all year to enjoy glimpses of fox, deer, squirrel, rabbits, and turkey.
  • The park has picnic tables with grills and eleven picnic shelters.
  • The park also features an olympic-plus-sized swimming pool and ample space for sunbathing.
  • Lifeguards are on duty throughout the summer months.
  • The pool opens Memorial Day week-end. There are two diving boards.

Nashville’s Famous Music Row

  • Music Row is an area just to the southwest of Downtown Nashville, TN
  • Home to hundreds of businesses related to country, gospel, and contemporary Christian music.
  • Centered around 16th and 17th Avenues South (called the Music Row area)
  • Music Row is widely considered the heart of Nashville’s entertainment industry.
  • This area has offices of numerous record labels, publishing houses, music licensing firms
  • Recording studios, video production houses, radio networks, and radio stations.
  • The Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, the home of America’s music since 1967.
  • The Museum opened in a $37 million landmark, new building in May 2001.
  • Located on the west bank of the Cumberland River
  • A few steps from the historic Ryman Auditorium and the honky-tonks of Lower Broadway.
  • The Museum presents the crown jewels of its vast collection to illustrate country music’s story
  • A treasure trove of historic country video clips and recorded music, dynamic exhibits.
  • On-site dining and fabulous public spaces all contribute to an unforgettable museum experience.
  • The Music City Star Commuter Train is only 6 miles from your cabin.
  • Click on the link to view schedules and rates.
  • This is a commuter rail service that travels from Lebanon to Nashville and back.
  • The service uses the existing track of the Nashville and Eastern Railroad.
  • Imagine a hassle-free commute without the stress overload of the highway.
  • You can enjoy the scenic view from your window, no driving concerns.
  • The Ryman Auditorium is a 2,362-seat live performance venue.
  • Located at 116 Fifth Avenue North in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • It is best-known as the one-time home of the Grand Ole Opry.
  • Many of the greats of country music have performed at the Ryman over the years.
  • The venue features bluegrass, gospel, folk, and rock, as well as stand-up comedy shows.
  • Riverfront park bridges the gap between Cumberland River and downtown Nashville
  • The Park houses historic Fort Nashborough & holds a number of outdoor concerts and festivals.
  • In the summer, thousands of people turn out each Thursday night for Dancin’ in the District.
  • Nearby, Red Grooms’ Tennessee Fox Trot Carousel pays tribute to legendary Tennessee natives
  • Next to the carousel, RiverSkate, an open-air ice rink, runs each winter.