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Top 10 Fall Farm Getaways in Tennessee

Staying overnight on a farm in Tennessee can be a unique and memorable experience, offering a chance to connect with nature, enjoy rustic accommodations, and even savor farm-fresh food.

Farm Getaways

Many farms in Tennessee offer charming and cozy accommodations, such as cabins, cottages, and bed and breakfasts.


These provide a rustic, homey atmosphere that complements the fall season and allows you to relax and unwind.


Take a look at our Top Tenn list of Fall Farm Getaways and tell us what you think!

 
Blackberry Farm

1471 W Millers Cove Rd, Walland, TN 37886

(865) 984-8166


Set on a 4,200-acre farm, this high-end resort in the Great Smoky Mountains is 10 miles from Tuckaleechee Caverns and 15 miles from Great Smoky Mountains National Park.


Elegant rooms feature chic country-style decor, plus flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi.


Stylish suites add fireplaces and soaking tubs, and cottages have porches and golf carts.


There are also 3- to 5-bedroom houses with kitchens.


There's a renown fine-dining restaurant (for guests aged 10 and over), and a casual eatery.


Other amenities include an outdoor pool, a gym and a spa.


Activities include fishing, horseback riding, hiking, tennis and archery.

 
Green Frog Farm

15 Green Frog Ln, Alamo, TN 38001

(731) 663-3319


Green Frog Farm is a collection of lovingly restored historic structures surrounded by the natural beauty of Tennessee farm country.


The Bells Garden Club established an arboretum (a botanical garden devoted to trees) at Green Frog, which now features almost 200 different tree species, labelled with their common and scientific names.


The magnificent variety of trees features many natives and is a wonderful compliment to the historic structures.


At Green Frog Farm you take a self-guided Cotton Museum tour of the historic buildings by checking in at Anita's Designs or TN-Q BBQ.


Rates are $6 per person, $3 for children under 12.

 
Still Waters Farm

375 Oak Grove Ln, Henderson, TN 38340

(731) 989-4251


The Cottage is a 1000-square ft. free-standing guest cottage, complete with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room, fully-appointed kitchen, and outdoor lounging area, located only 2 miles outside the Henderson city limits, at the edge of the 153-acre Stillwater Farm.


This getaway lends itself to a bygone era--a time when life was slow and simple.


Horns and sirens, traffic and commerce, are a rarity around there.


Instead, guests are bathed in the comfort sounds of the country: a donkey's bray, a dog's bark, a horse's whinny or a cow's lowing.


Sometimes even the sheep get in on the act!


Butterfly gardens, when in bloom, are just off the outdoor lounging area, so guests can expect a visit from the local hummingbirds (in season), graceful butterflies, and bumbling bees in search of a load of pollen.


Songbirds, deer, and turkey inhabit the woods and meadows all around.


A good book and a cup of hot tea will round out a most enjoyable farm experience!


While some guests elect to be mere observers of the goings-on of the farm, others look to roll up their sleeves, don their work gloves, and jump right in to daily activities.


Either way, you will reap the benefits of taking time out to recharge your batteries.

 
Huckleberry Flynns Farm

Walland, Tennessee 37886


Huckleberry Flynn Farm is nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains on 9 beautiful acres and raises Katahdin sheep, horses, chickens, and more.


While you are on the Farm you can visit with the sheep, help feed the animals, and tour the farm.


At night, roast hot dogs and marshmallows over the fire pit under the star-filled skies.


The farm borders the Smoky Mountain National Park with easy access for a day of hiking and exploring.


The gorgeous Foothills Parkway, located behind the farm will take you to Townsend, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Tellico Lake, or drive the Dragon.


The Huckleberry Flynn Barn and loft space is full of country charm and overlooks the pastures of a small sheep farm with beautiful views of the mountains.


The barn has plenty of room for family and friends and a game room with a ping pong table, a pool table, and Roku for loads of fun and games on the farm.


Huckleberry Flynn Farm is the perfect place for a peaceful retreat, a fun family farm vacation, or as a home base to explore the beautiful Smoky Mountains nearby.

 
Feather and Forge

3820 Jones Bridge Rd, Greeneville, TN 37743


The Shack @ feather + forage | FARMSTEAD is a newly remodeled guesthouse that is situated on a working hobby farm in beautiful East Tennessee.


You'll have the best of both worlds here - modern luxury living in a quiet farm setting.


Relax and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Great Smoky Mountains, indulge in all of the interior modern amenities, and experience firsthand what it's like to live on a farm.


This guesthouse has been newly remodeled in 2022.


It features a full kitchen with modern stainless steel appliances and all of the necessities required to stay in and cook a delicious meal.


The living room boasts a gorgeous view of the Great Smoky Mountains and a 65" TV.


There is a full bath that is beautifully tiled in a Moroccan style with an oversized rain showerhead to provide a spa-like experience.


Take the spiral staircase up to the loft to find your cozy king-sized bed and stargazing skylight.


You'll have the entire guesthouse to yourself.


This working farm gives you the opportunity to see, hear, and/or smell the workings of a farm operation.


Currently, they have chickens, ducks, pigs, goats, and cows.


When you plan your stay on the farm, let them know if you'd like to schedule a tour of the farm and/or the chance to pet/feed the animals.

 
No. 9 Farm

1403 Little Marrowbone Road, Ashland City, TN 37015

615-545-0925


Designed by the farm’s owner and local musician, Brian Oaks, this Spartan “Blueberry” trailer is the ultimate vintage camper for travelers looking for a little luxury and a whole lot of whimsy in the heart of middle Tennessee.


Adorned with cozy sleeping quarters including a comfy double mattress, dreamy bedding and intimate lighting.


This secluded getaway is ideal for couples looking for a little R&R away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The Dwelling is just 25 minutes from downtown Nashville, and is the perfect opportunity to unplug (There IS WIFI but no TV, and not very good cell service) and enjoy all the of the luxurious, personalized amenities the farm has to offer!


Snuggle up on the couch with a good book or draw a bath in the private outdoor claw-foot tub.


The water heater for the outdoor bath and shower is tankless, so you’ll never run out of hot water! Inside the trailer, the galley style kitchen is fully loaded with a coffee maker, cocktail set, dishes, popcorn maker, hot water pot, and all kitchen tools you’ll need during your stay.


On the main deck, guests will find a modernized outdoor kitchen that has sizable prep space, a gas grill, a refrigerator with filtered water, a stainless steel sink and a dining table.


You can also buy items off of their website such as eggs, produce, blended salts, No. 9 Farms organic French Roast coffee & organic herbal teas from the farm. Just order the NIGHT PRIOR and they will drop it by!

Guests are welcome to explore the woods around the farm, adventure to the creek, pick up produce from the farm (upon request), and indulge in an immense sense of calm and relaxation.

 
Healthy Haven Acres

1454 Jeffries Hollow Road, Seymour, TN 37865

865-640-3362


Healthy Haven Acres is a serene private setting in the Foothills of the Smokies that is focused on health both spiritually and through wholesome food choices.


Here you have the opportunity to visit or stay the night and enjoy learning or participating in farm-to-table healthy food options or just stay and enjoy a Southern spread for breakfast.


All of their activities promote and encourage a Christ-honoring environment.


The Healthy Haven Acres kitchen prepares the most amazing dishes for a full country breakfast to the most beautiful raw vegan meal you have seen.


Meals are served family-style in the breakfast room or can be brought to your room.

 
A Tennessee Dude and Guest Ranch

1050 Ray Hixson Rd, Dunlap, TN 37327

423-554-4677


An ‘Old Fashioned Family Farm Stay’ at the Tennessee Guest Ranch is a memory to cherish!


Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Sequatchie Valley from every direction of the Tennessee Guest Ranch.


Taste life as it was in the 1800’s.


Learn how to milk a cow… right after you feed the chickens and collect their eggs.


Learn how to grind the wheat for ‘real’ home made bread and don’t forget to roll the oats during your old-fashioned cooking classes.

Upon your arrival you will meet some of their fabulous farm and ranch horses and enjoy a tour of the beautiful stable.


The kids get free pony rides and enjoy feeding & grooming the horses


Enjoy a casual horse or farm animal related Bible study on the front porch from one of their knowledgeable staff members.


In the evenings, after the campfire and marshmallow roast, relax and enjoy the beautiful starlit sky as you star gaze from the back deck; for a more romantic atmosphere enjoy the night skies on a picnic blanket from one of the ranches' grassy knolls.

After breakfast, chores, and farm animal care you can head to the Scenic City of Chattanooga or to Fall Creek Falls State Park, both nearby, where more adventures await!

 
Little Creek Ranch

625 Waynesboro Highway, Waynesboro, Tennessee 38485

727-422-2866


Little Creek Ranch offers guests an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of Tennessee with a scenic horseback ride through woodlands, fields, and hillsides.


From the Buffalo and Tennessee Rivers to the winding Natchez Trace, Waynesboro is an outdoor enthusiasts dream come true.

The ranch features a petting farm, horses, donkey, goats, chickens, and pigs.


Horse owners... bring your own horse, ride the trails - picket lines allowed.


Hunters... there is a direct trail onto the TWRA property that allows public hunting.


Stay in their glamping tent that offers beautiful mountain views and the opportunity to experience a night under the stars.

 
Crossing Creeks Farm

221 Eady Rd, Shelbyville, TN 37160

615-767-6745


Enjoy a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of life with a unique farm stay.


From glamping to RV sites, Crossing Creeks Farm offers one-of-a-kind experiences where memories are made.


The farm is conveniently located near historical Bell Buckle, Normandy Lake, the Duck River, the Tennessee Whiskey Trail, and is about an hour outside of Nashville.


Experience the perfect camping getaway in one of the RV-friendly spaces or the unique Adirondack cabins, as you spend an evening of meaningful conversations with your loved ones around the campfire over s'mores - and the perfect mug of hot chocolate.


RV sites include full hookups for 30 or 50 amp, sewer, and water, plus they are on level concrete parking pads.


Creeks wind through & meet to form one large creek in the woods.

The trails are mowed for a scenic walk with lots of nature & exploring.


See the entire farm and all of their animals during your stay by scheduling a farm tour.


It's a great time to learn about regenerative farming practices.

 
Ocoee Riverside Farm

1087 Reynolds Bridge Rd, Benton, TN 37307

423-241-3738


Ocoee Riverside Farm is a Christ-centered guest farm offering unique lodging and one-of-a-kind animal encounters.


Their lodging options include a two-story riverside cabin, three different covered wagons, a glampsite, and two barn stays located inside the lofts of their working barns!


From horseback rides to waterfall hikes, camel experiences to river adventures; lodging guests can choose from a host of unique and memorable experiences for all ages.


Some of their other farm experiences include sloth and kangaroo encounters, kayaking, tubing and more!


One of the more unique experiences is the opportunity to become a "Farmhand for a Day."


When available, this incredible hands-on experience has you working on the farm (with the farmers) and enjoying special animal encounters that only those that work there typically engage in.


(Please note that "experiences" are only available to lodging guests.)

 

For more information about Places to Stay in Tennessee, visit the Tennessee Family Vacation Explore page.

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