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Things to Do near McMinnville, TN

Here are some of our favorite local attractions if
you're looking to leave the property and explore
the area. Make sure to check out our Instagram
page @tennesseeglamping for guest
pictures/reviews/details about these attractions.

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Cumberland Caverns

Take an adventure underground at the nearby
Cumberland Caverns. Explore the 30 miles of
passages and discover underground waterfalls
and gleaming pools.

Jack Daniels Distillery

About 1 hour from the property you can
visit the Jack Daniels distillery, take a
tour, and taste samples

Lookout Winery

If you head towards Chattanooga, you can
enjoy wine tasting, pizza, and Tennessee
River views from atop a mountain.

Top 8 hiking trails near
Tennessee Glamping

Collins Gulf Trail

This trail gives you the option to see the overlook with a 1-mile hike or challenge any hiker with the 12-mile stagecoach road trail. Dogs are allowed but make sure you plan your trip accordingly with the summer weather.

Falls Creek Falls

Although it's the furthest from the property at 1 hour away, if you're from out of town this is one of the coolest waterfalls around and a must-see.

Fiery Gizzard

You cant mention Foster Falls without thinking about Fiery Gizzard. This is known as the long way or the difficult way to Foster Falls. It's a point-to-point hike so make sure you plan accordingly because at 12.5 miles each way you won't want to get lost. It's rated difficult with 1758ft of elevation gain so bring your hiking boots.

Foster Falls

By far the most popular hike among our guests. At just a little over 2 miles round trip, you'll be able to get amazing views, pictures, and take a dip in the swimming hole at the base of the waterfall. The hike is very rocky and can be slippery so make sure you don't underestimate this hike. The rocks can be a little tricky for a dog to navigate, especially when it's busy in the summer.

Greeter Falls

This is the easiest waterfall hike and also the closest to the dome. While here you can actually hike to two separate waterfalls each about 1 mile long. Make sure you're dog is comfortable using metal stairs or else you be limited to only one waterfall. Check out this awesome review by She the Adventurous.

Laurel Trail

An easy, dog-friendly that is assessable all year long. At 5.5 miles you'll be able to enjoy a nice easy hike with so much to see.

Savage gulf

The cool part of this trail is that you can make it as easy or as difficult as you'd like. The trails range from 3 miles to 17 miles so make sure you know which trail you're on depending on your level of skill. You can see waterfalls and overlook views while bringing your dog along.

Stone Door Trail

If you're looking for a quick hike with a view then stone door is your kind of hike. A short 1.8 mile out and back hike with an overlook in the middle. Bring your camera because the views in the fall are amazing.
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