Tourism and Events

Beech River Cultural Museum

Chronicles the history of Henderson County. Displays pertain to geology, native inhabitants, early settlers and wars. Reconstructed log cabin inside

Festival of the Lakes

An annual 4th of July celebration including concerts, vendors and a spectacular fireworks finale

Guy B. Amis Park

A multi function ball park hosts many sporting events including baseball, softball, basketball, tennis, and swimming.

Historic Doe Creek Schoolhouse, Scotts Hill TN

Near Scotts Hill, the restored Doe Creek School is the only one-room schoolhouse-church left in TN

Henderson County Lakes

Henderson County is the home of 7 beautiful lakes including Beech Lake, a 1000 acre lake located in the heart of Lexington

Natchez Trace State Park

Natchez Trace State Park is a 10,154 acre state park located within a 48,000 acre state forest and wildlife management area...

Parker's Crossroads Battlefield

The Parker's Crossroads Visitor's Center is the best place to begin your tour of the December 31, 1862 battle...

River's Edge Park - Darden

Located in the Darden community, this handicap accessible playground is a great asset for Henderson County residents and visitors

Scotts Hill Heritage Collection

Visitors can view items on display which include artifacts, documents, photographs and memorabilia of Scotts Hill days gone by

Walking Tall Trail

A Discover Tennesee Trails that explores and highlights the culture and deep traditions of Southwest Tennessee