Savannah, Tennessee boasting as the Catfish Capital of the World, offers a river town with shopping, dining, parks, and history.
Spend the morning exploring historic Savannah. Stop in Tennessee River Museum (495 Main Street) for a tour chronicling river life from the moundbuilders, Trail of Tears, romantic steamboats, to modern day commerce. Pick up a copy of the Savannah Historic Home Tour brochure and enjoy a stroll past antebellum and craftsman bungalows including Cherry Mansion, headquarters to General US Grant during the Battle of Shiloh.
Stop in Selah Coffee (on Main Street) to relax with a specialty blend espresso, grab a sweet treat at White Oak Bakery (348 Main Street)….but if by chance you are here on a Wednesday, well, by all means, visit Savannah Farmers Market (corner of Main and Williams Street) for a pastry or locally raised fresh sausage and biscuit!
Shop the array of boutiques and specialty shoppes for many great finds, clothing, pottery, jewelry, art.
Lunch time! BBQ, Italian, plate lunch specials. Hickory Pit (555 Main Street) serves BBQ anyway you can imagine; Mama Fia’s (414 Main) is Buon Appetito!
Tennessee Street Park (200 Tennessee Street) cool off the kids at the splash pads; visit Savannah Veterans’ Park (Hanna Blvd) and tour our armed service memorial.
Make Day 2 an outdoor family fun day exploring Pickwick Lake!
Start with a morning hike at Pickwick Landing State Park Island Trail Loop. Enjoy the butterfly garden, dog park, and resident bird aviary.
Play a round of golf at Pickwick Landing State Park Winfield Dunn Course. 18 holes of picturesque greens that challenge your game.
Rent a pontoon from one of our area marinas. Explore Pickwick Lake with over 50 miles of shoreline and 47,500 acres of smooth fishing and cruising. Try to find the spot known by locals as Tennalassippi, where three states meet on the water, then head over to the Yellow Creek Waterfalls for a float in this secluded party cove.
For lunch or dinner you can’t miss with experiencing all the unique fun at The Outpost General Store near the dam, or any of the restaurants along the famous Pickwick Curve… Freddy T’s Beach Club, on deck at the RibCage, or sipping margaritas at Nuevo Vallarta!