This weekend’s The Wall Street Journal has a great article on visiting Nashville, “Pitch-Perfect Nashville: A long weekend filled with biscuits, barbecue, country couture, hipster hangouts and all the live tunes you can handle“. I have been to many of the suggested ‘must see’ locations and there isn’t a bad one in the bunch.
However, if experiencing the feel and hospitality of the Nashville / Middle Tennessee environment that isn’t designed for you by professional marketing pros appeals to you, take an afternoon away and experience areas just a short drive away like in Cheatham County. The Screaming Eagle Trail has quite a few stops in Cheatham County, most of which are 30 minutes or less from downtown Nashville. From history and arts & crafts in Kingston Springs and Pegram to the relaxing Blue Heron lake cruise and dining overlooking Cheatham Lake, this diversion will add a unique story to your pitch perfect Nashville experience.