Alamo/Bells

Tennessee Safari Park

637 Conley Road, Alamo, TN 38001; (731) 697-7360; Web Site:www.tennesseesafaripark.com
Located just off Hwy. 412 approximately 16 miles from I-40 Exit 79, Tennessee Safari Park is West Tennessee’s newest attraction with 100 acres that are home to over 300 animals including more than 60 species of exotic animals found in Africa. Open Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sun. 12 p.m. - last car at 4:30 p.m.

Crockett County Chamber of Commerce

29 North Bells Street, Alamo, TN  38001;  (731) 696-5120;Fax: (731) 696-4855; E-mail: crockettchamber@crockettnet.com; Web Site:  www.crockettchamber.com
A non-profit voluntary organization of business and professional people, working together to build a healthy economy and improve the quality of life in the community.  Evidence of the Chamber’s work can be seen everywhere in the County.  The annual Business Expo, one of the best trade shows in West Tennessee, is attended by over 2,000 people each year in March.  With its annual Cruise in Crockett Auto, Motorcycle & Tractor Show held in September, the Chamber provides an enjoyable event for our enthusiast as well as entertainment and games/activities for the entire family.  The Chamber also assists with the West Tennessee Cotton Festival (Aug.), Green Frog Pioneer Village Family Fall Festival (Sept.) and the Bells Fall Fest (Oct.).  Visit the Chamber to learn more about Crockett County, a unique place with a different pace.

Green Frog Farm

Hwy 412, Bells, TN 38006; (731) 663-3319; E-mail: greenfrog412@yahoo.com; Web Site: www.greenfrogfarm.org
Located 14 miles west of Jackson.  Beginning in 1991 with a donated country store with an 1840-era log house, Green Frog has grown to include all the elements of a rural southern village. From the simple pioneer homestead to a country church and blacksmith’s shop, you can enjoy West Tennessee history in a beautiful pastoral setting.  Stroll the scenic grounds in the shade of 75 varieties of trees that comprise the Louise Pearson Memorial Arboretum.  Marvel at the awesome machinery of a 1915 four-stand Continental gin that is the centerpiece of the Cotton Museum of the South.  Guided tours available with advance notice. Look for seasonal flavors featuring blackberries and blueberries grown on the family farm.  Refresh at TNQ BarBQue with some of the best barbeque and other treats. Create memories by hosting your special occasion in the lovingly restored May Chapel, banquet hall and event barn.  Spend a special day or two in the new log cabin bed and breakfast. Green Frog is the perfect place for weddings, reunions, and meetings. 

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