- The list below includes 20 free or cheap things to do in or near Fayetteville, Tennessee, including 55 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, History Museums, Parks and River.
- From The Elk River to Stone Bridge Memorial Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fayetteville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lynchburg, Shelbyville, Tullahoma and Winchester.
The most famous item available through the Lynchburg Cake & Candy Company is their special Lynchburg Whiskey Cake which includes Jack Daniel's Whiskey. They also make milk chocolate candy that is also flavored with whiskey.
The 2,200-acre Tims Ford State Park is located along the Tims Ford Reservoir and Lake. Multiple lodging opportunities are available within the park itself, and guests can participate in boating, fishing, jet skiing, camping, and golfing.
100% 3 votes
2291 Highway 231 South, Shelbyville, TN 37160 MoreLess Info
With 150 acres of farmland, Clearview Horse Farm Horseback Riding offers 1 hour horseback rides to its visitors. The ride begins with training on how to ride a horse and then takes visitors on a tour of the farm.
20% 5 votes
1915 Shelbyville Dam on the Duck River, Shelbyville, TN MoreLess Info
The Fisherman's Park Dam helps to control and maintain the Duck River. The surrounding park features basic water-related activities like boating and fishing along with several walking trails and picnic areas.
The collection at the Beechcraft Heritage Museum was formed over many years through donation or loan of aircrafts and artifacts. Exhibits include several hangar displays as well a technical library and separate library building.
Rock Creek Greenway offers an eight-foot wide, ADA compliant walking path with bridges, benches, and picnic tables. Patrons can enjoy nature walks while observing the natural scenery including creeks and an abundance of greenery.
25% 4 votes
Tennessee's Backroads, P.O. Box 52, Tullahoma, TN MoreLess Info
The Tullahoma Campaign Civil War trail is a 130-mile trail that provides connections to historic sites, museums, battlefields, and cemeteries. Those who are interested in learning about the conflict between the Union and Confederate armies may enjoy what this site has to offer.