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New Johnsonville Area Events

Events in the New Johnsonville Area

Including Waverly, Richland Harbor, Duck River & Cuba Landing TN

If you're looking for something to do, we hope to help fulfill your quest with these events happening in the New Johnsonville area.

Children's Discovery Hike

Where:  New Johnsonville90 Nell Beard Rd

When:  June 2, 2018 - 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

Contact:  (931) 535-2789

Join our Ranger lead, easy, safe, 1/2 mile loop hike for kids as we go in discovery of the natural and historical wonders to be found at Johnsonville State Historic Park. We'll use our senses to search the trail and see what kinds of discoveries we can find! This hike is easy in difficulty with some gradual elevation changes. The trail surface is crushed limestone. The trail is not recomended for strollers. Free to participate, ideal for children ages 4-8, children must be accompanied by an adult. We recommend bringing a water bottle, good walking shoes and to dress for the weather. Hike will be cancelled in the event of severe weather.

TN Promise/TN Achieves Volunteer Workday

Where:  New Johnsonville90 Nell Beard Rd

When:  June 23, 2018 - 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

Contact:  (931) 535-2789

Volunteer to make a difference at the park. Your help is needed to clean up a historic cemetery. Helps us to clear limbs and clean headstones in respect of those who once called Johnsonville - home. Free to participate. Hand tools and water will be provided. Long pants, boots, and gloves are recommended. In the event of severe weather the work day will be cancelled.

Civil War Days

Where:  New Johnsonville90 Nell Beard Rd

When:  November 3, 2018 - 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Contact:  (931) 535-2789

Cannons will ring out along the Tennessee River in both Benton and Humphreys County, Tennessee, to commemorate the 154th anniversary of the Civil War Battle of Johnsonville. The Civil War battle occurred on November 4, 1864 when Confederate troops under General Nathan Bedford Forrest attacked the Union supply base at Johnsonville from the Benton County side of the river. This attack resulted in the near destruction of the Federal supply base at Johnsonville. This year's event will take place between two Tennessee State Parks, with a Federal encampment at Johnsonville State Historic Park in Humphreys County and a Confederate encampment at Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park located in Benton County. Both parks will feature artillery, infantry and civilian demonstrations throughout the day. The Battle of Johnsonville is the only historical event in the country to have two state parks dedicated to its remembrance.

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The Homeplace
Photo by Connie Wilson

The Homeplace 1850's working farm is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the Land Between The Lakes. Events are scheduled year-round to remind visitors of how the residents of this region once lived.