Come explore everything that Fayette County has to offer. From a small antebellum town to kayaking down the Wolf River or learning about the vast agriculture, this area has a lot to offer. Fayette County is primarily a rural agricultural area, but it also has a vast forest area filled with cypress-studded swamps. This unique natural treasure makes up the southern part of the county and is favored by sports enthusiasts and environmentalists. The best-known outdoors event, the National Field Trails for bird dogs, held annually since 1903, is also in Fayette County. So come and find these hidden treasures!
This museum houses information, art, photography, and memorabilia representing a variety of pointing dog and retriever breeds, hunting, field trial activities and shooting sports. The facility is designed for the enjoyment of all who appreciate the special partnership between man and dog. Dog lovers, don’t forget to check out the gift shop.Learn more
This 18,400-acre plantation is home to a wealth of 19th-century history pertaining to the settlement and culture of southwestern Tennessee. It is privately owned and operated, and functions as one of the Research and Education Centers for the University of Tennessee’s Agricultural Experiment Station system. During the Heritage Festival each October, visitors can imagine life in the 1800s through re-enactments, demonstrations, and the historical buildings and furnishings of Heritage Village. In February, the plantation hosts the National Field Trial Championship for All-Age Bird Dogs.Learn more
La Grange is home to many beautifully restored historic structures (some private residences), concentrated on Main Street/Hwy 57 and the few blocks to the north and south. Take your own detour off Main; the homes are visible from the street. Places of interest include Tiara, Westover of Woodstock, Tyrone Place, The Allen Cogbill Home, Hancock Hall, Twin Gables, Gable Villa, Woodlawn, LaGrange United Methodist Church, The Old Parsonage, Immanuel Episcopal Church, LaGrange Cemetery and LaGrange Civic Center.
Interpretive markers identify native trees along the 600-foot long, elevated boardwalk and 1,500-foot walking trail, located in Ghost River State Natural Area. This site offers excellent bird watching year-round.Learn more
This district is composed of buildings dating from 1870-1950 and are representative of the town’s transition from a railroad town to a center of commerce.Learn more
This store was opened in 1927 as R. M. Johnson General Merchandise. R.M. Johnson was foreman on construction of Macon-Rossville Road. He opened it when road completed. The building was also Amoco gas station at one time. He also operated a sorghum mill and grist mill.Learn more
This café sits on the site once occupied by Rossville’s gas station, a favorite spot for dime Cokes and penny candy. The current restaurant has been a local favorite for over 20 years. The two businesses behind the café are housed in the town’s original fire station and jail, which held only two prisoners at a time.Learn more
Located in the county seat of Fayette County, the district is comprised of buildings constructed between ca. 1830 and ca. 1930 around Court Square and irregular pattern along N. Main St.Learn more
Although the entrance says the cemetery was established in 1838, it was actually established in 1829.Learn more
The Tent City marker tells the story of Black Fayette County sharecroppers who were evicted from their lands for participating in a voter registration drive and attempting to exercise their political power.Learn more
A true symbol of fine taste, class and style, Tennessee Pewter has graced the most sophisticated homes and tables for decades. Our pieces have celebrated birthdays, baptisms, holidays, weddings and other cherished events, holding precious memories and serving as beautiful heirlooms for future generations. The prestige, beauty and elegance of Tennessee Pewter—just like its finish—never fades.Learn more
Boondocks offers the latest styles in boots and apparel from brands that have been staples in the western industry for years. You will find quality goods at the lowest price possible. We take great pride in making sure you are fitted properly and look great in your selections. We don’t want to be a “Jack-of-All Trades” store, we want to be experts at what we do; so we only focus on boots, apparel and accessories. We leave the animal feed and tractor parts to the other guys.Learn more