Chamber listing

McNairy County Chamber of Commerce

205 W Court Ave., Selmer, TN 38375; (731) 645-6360; Fax: (731) 645-7663; E-Mail: katie@mcnairy.com; Web Site: www.mcnairy.com

McNairy County is famous for the legendary “Walking Tall” Sheriff Buford Pusser. Located near Pickwick Landing State Park, Shiloh National Military Park, and Shiloh Golf Course, McNairy County has lots to offer. Sites of interest include Coon Creek Science Center which is the 12th largest paleontological dig in the world; the McNairy County Historical Museum; Big Hill Pond State Park; Hockaday Broom Museum; numerous rare and historic Civil War sites and the Sheriff Buford Pusser Home & Museum. McNairy County is also known for it’s rich rural heritage and hosts a number of cultural festivals including the Sheriff Buford Pusser Festival each Memorial Day Weekend; the Broomcorn Festival the third weekend in September; the Rockabilly Highway Revival the second Saturday in June; the Bi-annual Artisan Trail Tour in March and November as well as many other events and festivals throughout the year.

Hardeman County Chamber of Commerce

114 S Main St., P. O. Box 313, Bolivar, TN 38008; (731) 658-6554; Fax: (731) 658-6874; E-Mail: hardemanchamber@aeneas.net, Web Site: www.hardemancotn.org

The Hardeman County Chamber of Commerce offers rich information on its nine incorporated towns. Civil War and history enthusiasts will find interesting the Davis Bridge Battle site and 119 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Outdoor enthusiasts and wildlife fans will appreciate the Hatchie River bottomland, which offers plentiful hunting and fishing. Visit both the Little Courthouse and National Bird Dog Museum. Annual Events include the National Field Trial Championship at the Ames Plantation, the Spring Tour of Homes & Historic Sites, Music on the Square, and the Ames Plantation Heritage Festival, as well as other events throughout the year. Other activities available in the area are antiquing, golf and specialty shopping, which includes locally made apple butter and cider as well as fresh baked goods from the Mennonite bakery.

Jackson-Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau

197 Auditorium St., Jackson, TN 38301; (731) 425-8333; Email: lnunnery@jacksontn.com; Website jacksontn.com/tourism

Located on Interstate 40, halfway between Memphis’ Beale Street and Nashville’s Music Row, Jackson is at the center of a 21-county tour area and the intersection of Music and Rockabilly Highways. This prime location lies within a day’s drive of 75% of the nation’s major markets. With over 2,500 hotel rooms, a large variety of restaurants and great shopping, there’s plenty to keep you busy.   Whether you’re playing ball at the state-of-the-art Sportsplex, honoring the rich Civil War History, or experiencing the Rock-A-Billy and Blues beat of what could only be found between the Mississippi and Tennessee Rivers, in the heart of West Tennessee, It All Connects in Jackson!”

 

Decatur County Chamber of Commerce

139 Tennessee Ave. N, Parsons, TN 38363; (731) 847-4202; Fax: (731) 847-3226;E-Mail: dccc@netease.net; Web Site: decaturcountytennessee.org

The Decatur County Chamber of Commerce is your business, industrial and tourism information source for Decatur County. Noteworthy are our five marinas and 25 boat docks offering easy access to recreation fun on the Tennessee River. Outdoor sites include Busseltown Wildlife Refuge and Beech Bend Park. Located on the beautiful Tennessee River, Decatur County provides recreation for local residents as well as tourists to the county. 

Henderson County Chamber of Commerce

149 Eastern Shores Dr., Lexington, TN 38351; (731) 968-2126; Fax: (731) 968-6119; E-Mail: info@hctn.org; Web Site: www.hctn.org

Henderson County is halfway between Memphis and Nashville, just 11 miles south of I-40. The county features six major lakes with over 100 miles of shoreline. Henderson County is also the home of Tennessee’s largest state park which encompasses 48,000 acres. Beech River Cultural Center and Museum focuses on the area’s reformation thru the paleo area up to the end of World War II. Annual events include the Civil War Reenactment and Living History Demonstrations bi-annually in June at Parker’s Crossroads, Festival of the Lakes on July 4th and more.

Chester County Chamber of Commerce

130 E Main St., Henderson, TN 38340; (731) 989-5222; E-Mail: info@chestercountychamber.com; Web Site: www.chestercountychamber.com

Chester County, “The Crossroads of Southwest Tennessee,” is near the heart of America where the quality of life is more than a slogan -- it is a lifestyle. Home of Freed-Hardeman University. Chickasaw State Park draws thousands each year as does the annual October Barbecue Festival. Chickasaw Golf Course, designed by Jack Nicklaus, is located adjacent to Chickasaw State Park eight miles west of Henderson.  

Hardin County Convention & Visitors Bureau

495 Main St., Savannah, TN 38372; (800) 552-FUNN; (731) 925-2364; Fax: (731) 925-6987; E-Mail: info@tourhardincounty.org; Web Site: www.tourhardincounty.org

The Hardin County CVB is your source for information on Savannah, Shiloh, Pickwick Lake and Saltillo attractions, accommodations and events as well as group tour/meeting/convention planning & coordinating services. Annual events include fishing tournaments such as the National Catfish Derby, Savannah Bluegrass Festival, Civil War Living History Demonstrations, 4th of July Fireworks, Sunset Symphony, Darryl Worley’s Tennessee River Run, Christmas in the Park and many other special events. Attractions include Shiloh National Military Park, Shiloh Indian Mounds historic site, the Tennessee River Museum, the Savannah Historic Homes District & Trail, Savannah Art Guild & Gallery, Pickwick Lake and Pickwick Landing State Resort Park & Conference Center, and several quality golf courses.

Brownsville/Haywood County Chamber of Commerce

121 W Main St., Brownsville, TN 38012; (731) 772-2193; Fax: (731) 772-2195; E-Mail: chamber@bhcchamber.org; Web Site: www.bhcchamber.org

Citizens of Brownsville and Haywood County have worked diligently to preserve our rich heritage so that all may enjoy it. A special walking/driving is available of homes and churches in the Brownsville Historic District, placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, and featuring majestic homes and churches. Other points of interest include College Hill Center, which houses three museums; the Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge; and the home of Blues legend “Sleepy” John Estes. The West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center provides visitors with information about West Tennessee and features three museums and a gift shop, as well as the new Tina Turner Museum located in her elementary school, the Flagg Grove School that has been relocated to the Center at I-40 Exit 56. Lots of great food, including state rated Barbeque, melt in your mouth fried chicken, and music events all summer long, and Haywood County is the home of the Memphis Regional Megasite.

 

 

 

 

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