Wildlife
    One of the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuges and the Camden Bottoms Wildlife Managed area are both situated along the scenic route in the Camden, Tennessee area. For more information contact info@kentuckylaketennessee.com

    Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm
    The only freshwater pearl culturing operation in continental North America growing the official gemstone for the state of Tennessee: the freshwater pearl. The farm, mini-theatre and museum, and pearl jewelry showroom are open 7 days a week. For more information contact info@tennesseeriverpearls.com

    Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Mini-Theatre and Museum
    A short film on freshwater pearls is available for viewing in the mini-theatre. The museum features exhibits depicting the history of freshwater pearls, culturing techniques, area mussels, local industry impact, about freshwater pearls, and about the originator of the Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm. For more information contact info@tennesseeriverpearls.com

    Early 1800ís Cemeteries
    Genealogy buffs will find many stops of interest in the area, including dozens of cemeteries established as far back as the early 1800ís. For more information contact info@kentuckylaketennessee.com

    Kentucky Lake
    Tennessee River Scenic Overlook. Located at the 7 mile marker of Highway 191, only 7 miles off of I-40 from exit 133. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the scenic Tennessee Riverís Beautiful Kentucky Lake. There is a lot of history from TVA's creation. For more information contact info@birdsongresort.com