Fayetteville Lincoln County Tennessee Accommodations and Tourist Attractions
Fayetteville Lincoln County is conveniently located in southern middle Tennessee between Interstate 65 and Interstate 24. Downtown Fayetteville, the county seat boasts many irresistible antique and gifts shops as well as an art gallery, boutiques, old fashioned movie theater showing two first run movies nightly, both casual and fine dining. You can even dine in a jail cell!
Home of the Famous Slawburger… This slaw is so unique we had to have a street festival to celebrate it! Held the third Saturday of April, attendees can enter the sanctioned Slawburger Eating Contest, enjoy live music throughout the day as well and Street Food, Shopping, Kids Calf Zone, Vendors, Slaw Dog Contest (the furry kind) and More! Join us for a slawburger and experience it for yourself!
The county is rich in both Frontier and Civil War History Lincoln County and is the home of numerous historical landmarks such as the Old Stone Bridge, which stood for 108 years across the Elk River. The bridge, which was such an important part of Lincoln County, is now remembered with a replica and city park named in its honor located diagonally across the intersection from its original location. Camp Blount Historical Park, opened in 2018, celebrates the muster of TN Volunteers with General Andrew Jackson before leaving to defeat the Creek Indians at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend.
Three Street festivals are held in the downtown area – Cruzin’ Downtown Fayetteville, Street Festival will be held September 11, includes a Car Show, Live Music and Street Food Vendors centered in beautiful downtown!
Fayetteville…Host of Christmas Past – Christmas themed street festival center around downtown Fayetteville will be held November 12 and 13. This festival, held the second full weekend of November since 1992, attracts thousands of visitors to enjoy shopping, great food, on Saturday; old fashioned carriage rides, crafts, activities for the kids, cemetery stroll, storytelling, live musical performances during the afternoon, a candlelight walking tour down some of Fayetteville’s historic streets and much, much more! Sunday afternoon enjoy visiting some of Lincoln County’s beautiful homes during the Tour of Homes.
Venture out to the beautiful rolling hills of the countryside and visit two distilleries – Prichard’s Distillery and Southern Pride Distillery.
There is something for everyone in Fayetteville-Lincoln County. Come for a visit…you may just want to stay!
Fayetteville-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce
Fayetteville, TN 37334