HARDIN COUNTY: COVID-19 #WeAreinThisTogether
The Hardin County Convention and Visitors Bureau offices are open. Visitors may call 731-925-8181, Facebook message us at Tour Hardin County, email Beth@TourHardinCounty.org . Tennessee River Museum is open to visitors.
While folks in Hardin County and around the world are practicing social distancing due to COVID-19 concerns, we wish to stay strong and do our part.
Follow the CDC guidelines for yourself, for the safety of others, for your business, and while experiencing Hardin County.
Follow Tour Hardin County on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for digital experiences. See what experiences are available for you and your family to explore or to do at home, and check back often for updates.
Experience the OUTDOORS
Getting outdoors and connecting with nature is a way to help maintain both physical and mental health. Studies show time outside in nature reduces stress and improves your energy. Remember health professionals advise social distancing for any outdoor activity.
SHILOH NATIONAL MILITARY PARK – roads and trails are open; all activities are cancelled. For updates follow the link.
Pickwick Landing State Park – Open for day use.
TWRA – All boat ramps are open
City of Savannah – Some city public places are open; some are closed: City Park is open for activity such as walking, biking. Tennessee Street Park is closed. Savannah Market is closed.
Savannah Farmers Market – Opening June 3
Restaurants – Tennessee restaurants are open at 50% capacity; please check your favorites for dine-in, curbside, or take out.
Fit as a Fiddle Hiking Challenge – get out and enjoy a stroll. Reminder: check to see if parks, trails are open. Practice safe distancing from other hikers.
Scavenger Hunt – several of the fun activities remain open for you and your family to enjoy.
Tennessee River Museum is now open, follow TN Pledge and CDC guidelines
State Regulations: https://www.tnvacation.com/articles/tennessee-travel-amid-coronavirus