Hiking Areas, Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Bird Watching, National & State Parks
The Visitors Center at the Reelfoot Lake State Park is a central attraction that is necessary for learning about the lake and the history of the area. There are ecological and animal exhibits as well as artifacts from Native Americans and English settlers.
With over seventy acres to explore, North Park has an extensive recreation area available for outdoor activities. The full park contains walking trails, athletic fields, playgrounds, hockey rinks, tennis courts, volleyball courts, playgrounds, and a fishing pond.
Jackson, Tennessee is home to Casey Jones Mini Golf. The facility has two courses; one is quite simple, and the other more challenging. This family-friendly attraction features Christian background music.
Museums, Historic Sites, General Tours, Toy Stores
Jackson's Casey Jones Village is a quaint commercial center and events venue. It is also a large railroad museum, and the bulk of its exhibits demonstrate the relationship between the emerging American rail system and Tennessee's economic development.
At Hollywood 16 Cinemas, guests can see newly released movies in their theaters. They offer standard concession food like popcorn. The front of the theater shows large posters of movies coming out soon.
Jackson 10 Cinema shows the latest films in theaters featuring high back lounger seats. Other amenities available at the cinema include digital projection, concessions and special events like live streaming Met Opera performances.
The Oak Ridge Playhouse produces a diverse season each year of dramas, musicals, children's theater, and comedies. Established in 1943, the theater is one of the oldest in the southeastern United States.
Movie buffs must not miss Rusty's TV & Movie Car Museum in Jackson, Tennessee. The museum's collection includes many famous autos from film and television programs. Its most famous item is the DeLorean time machine from the 'Back to the Future' franchise.