Jacob's Guidebook

Jacob

Jacob's Guidebook

Food scene
The river view is beautiful, and the food is amazing! Try the spicy chicken and waffles! 😉
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Readyville Mill
5418 Murfreesboro Road
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The river view is beautiful, and the food is amazing! Try the spicy chicken and waffles! 😉
Our farmer’s market runs through October 31st and is every Saturday.
Murfreesboro Saturday Market
Our farmer’s market runs through October 31st and is every Saturday.
Local Brewery
This is right down the road from our little home. Hop Springs is Middle Tennessee's first ever Beer Park! Go experience their family and dog friendly taproom and property- Hop Springs; where adventure flows throughout 83 acres just on the out-skirts of Murfreesboro, TN." They have a frisbee golf course too!
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Hop Springs
6790 John Bragg Hwy
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This is right down the road from our little home. Hop Springs is Middle Tennessee's first ever Beer Park! Go experience their family and dog friendly taproom and property- Hop Springs; where adventure flows throughout 83 acres just on the out-skirts of Murfreesboro, TN." They have a frisbee golf course too!
Sightseeing
This is a great close hiking trail through one of our state natural areas. Very easy hike, although rocky terrain so watch your step. Flat Rock Cedar Glade and Barrens is an 846-acre natural area in Rutherford County. It is located about eight miles east of Murfreesboro, Tennessee in the geographic center of the Central Basin. Flat Rock supports a mosaic of forest types, oak barrens, open grassland barrens, and cedar glades, including federal and state-listed plant species and glade endemic species. These glades are characterized by exposed limestone that is typically interspersed with cedar-oak-hickory forest that occurs in deeper soils. This limestone, with its many sinkholes, is a karst topography commonly associated with glades. Flat Rock Cedar Glades and Barrens support a diversity of annual grasses, including sporobolus and aristida. Rare plants associated with these cedar glades include Tennessee milk-vetch (Astragalus tennesseensis), Missouri primrose (Oenothera missouriensis), and limestone fame-flower (Talinum calcaricum). Small creek tributaries and flat gravelly wash areas provide specialized habitat for rare plants, including the federally endangered leafy prairie-clover (Dalea foliosa), the state-listed yellow sunnybells (Schoenolirion croceum), low nut rush (Scleria verticillata), and Boykin's milkwort (Polygala boykinii). Little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium) and cedar trees occur in pockets of deep soil scattered across the glades. Open grassland barrens found in deeper soils are dominated by little bluestem and side-oats grama (Bouteloua curtipendula). Flat Rock barrens support numerous state-listed species, including wavy-leaf purple coneflower (Echinacea simulata), southern prairie-dock (Silphium pinnatifidum) and slender blazing-star (Liatris cylindracea). These same species occur in the open canopy post oak forest areas referred to as an "oak barrens." Flat Rock is also significant as the type location for the federally listed Pyne's ground-plum (Astragalus bibullatus). Flat Rock Cedar Glades and Barrens is one of Tennessee's most ecologically significant natural areas and is an important research natural area. It is located only a few miles from Middle Tennessee State University. Site Management Division of Natural Areas, William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower, 312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue, 2nd Floor, Nashville, TN 37243, phone (615) 532-0431 Public Access Open to the Public - Full Access Parking and hiking trails are provided. Parking: Yes Trail: Yes Dogs on Leash: Yes Hunting: No Fishing: No Camping: No Directions From I-24 exit 81 B and go about one-quarter mile on Church St. and turn right on S. Rutherford Blvd. and then proceed approximately five miles and turn right at Greenland and proceed three miles east on Halls Hill Pike, then turn right on Factory Rd. Follow Factory Rd for one mile to the parking lot on the right.
Flat Rock Class II State Natural Area
1900-2648 Factory Road
This is a great close hiking trail through one of our state natural areas. Very easy hike, although rocky terrain so watch your step. Flat Rock Cedar Glade and Barrens is an 846-acre natural area in Rutherford County. It is located about eight miles east of Murfreesboro, Tennessee in the geographic center of the Central Basin. Flat Rock supports a mosaic of forest types, oak barrens, open grassland barrens, and cedar glades, including federal and state-listed plant species and glade endemic species. These glades are characterized by exposed limestone that is typically interspersed with cedar-oak-hickory forest that occurs in deeper soils. This limestone, with its many sinkholes, is a karst topography commonly associated with glades. Flat Rock Cedar Glades and Barrens support a diversity of annual grasses, including sporobolus and aristida. Rare plants associated with these cedar glades include Tennessee milk-vetch (Astragalus tennesseensis), Missouri primrose (Oenothera missouriensis), and limestone fame-flower (Talinum calcaricum). Small creek tributaries and flat gravelly wash areas provide specialized habitat for rare plants, including the federally endangered leafy prairie-clover (Dalea foliosa), the state-listed yellow sunnybells (Schoenolirion croceum), low nut rush (Scleria verticillata), and Boykin's milkwort (Polygala boykinii). Little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium) and cedar trees occur in pockets of deep soil scattered across the glades. Open grassland barrens found in deeper soils are dominated by little bluestem and side-oats grama (Bouteloua curtipendula). Flat Rock barrens support numerous state-listed species, including wavy-leaf purple coneflower (Echinacea simulata), southern prairie-dock (Silphium pinnatifidum) and slender blazing-star (Liatris cylindracea). These same species occur in the open canopy post oak forest areas referred to as an "oak barrens." Flat Rock is also significant as the type location for the federally listed Pyne's ground-plum (Astragalus bibullatus). Flat Rock Cedar Glades and Barrens is one of Tennessee's most ecologically significant natural areas and is an important research natural area. It is located only a few miles from Middle Tennessee State University. Site Management Division of Natural Areas, William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower, 312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue, 2nd Floor, Nashville, TN 37243, phone (615) 532-0431 Public Access Open to the Public - Full Access Parking and hiking trails are provided. Parking: Yes Trail: Yes Dogs on Leash: Yes Hunting: No Fishing: No Camping: No Directions From I-24 exit 81 B and go about one-quarter mile on Church St. and turn right on S. Rutherford Blvd. and then proceed approximately five miles and turn right at Greenland and proceed three miles east on Halls Hill Pike, then turn right on Factory Rd. Follow Factory Rd for one mile to the parking lot on the right.
Entertainment
Moonlight Drive in is the best! It’s only 10 minutes down the road in a quaint little town called Woodbury. You will love the drive through the rolling hills and the drive in is a blade from the past. They are only open seasonally, so check their website.
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The Moonlite Drive-In
931 W Main St
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Moonlight Drive in is the best! It’s only 10 minutes down the road in a quaint little town called Woodbury. You will love the drive through the rolling hills and the drive in is a blade from the past. They are only open seasonally, so check their website.
Everyone loves moonshiners, especially legal moonshiners. Haha Go check out the Short Mountain Distillery, have lunch on the patio, try their home grown grass fed beef.
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Short Mountain Distillery
8280 Short Mountain Road
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Everyone loves moonshiners, especially legal moonshiners. Haha Go check out the Short Mountain Distillery, have lunch on the patio, try their home grown grass fed beef.

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