Freshwater Pearl Tour

Visit North America's only freshwater pearl-culturing facility – the official historical site of pearl culturing for the State of Tennessee (enacted 2004), growing the official State of Tennessee gem (enacted 1979) – the freshwater pearl.

A variety of tour packages to choose from including "walk-in's," tour bus "tweeners," our 3-5 hour guided "full" tour, a 1-2 hour "mini" tour, and a range of school-age children's tours. ... for more information click HERE.

Tour "bookings" require 15 or more persons, but singles or small groups may add on to existing tour bookings. Contact Us for more information or to book a tour.


Lake Tours

Relaxing tour along the waters of the scenic Tennessee River's beautiful Kentucky Lake. Cruise America's largest man-made lake along over 2,300 miles of shoreline rich with natural beauty, points of interest, and Civil War history. Click HERE for more information.





Civil War Tours

Historical Civil War Battle of Johnsonville happened on the area waters of our own Kentucky Lake. Nathan Bedford Forrest opened fire on the supply depot and the town of Johnsonville November 4, 1864. One of West Tennessee's highest points is Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park’s Pilot Knob. The “Knob” is home to a monument on the battle site and a Tennessee River Folk Life Museum. Click HERE for more information.



Old Peckerwood Landing Nature Trail

A two-mile nature trail that winds along the cool, shady, lazy creek sides in the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge (TNWR). Enjoy the natural abundance of wildlife in its natural habitat, observe the biological communities along this relaxing journey through wetlands, marshland, corn and soybean crop fields planted for waterfowl and deer feeding.


Densely-wooded trek through the TNRW, then take an additional 2-mile journey along a quaint, winding country road leading to the breathtaking view at Peckerwood Landing overlooking the scenic Tennessee River. Outdoor enthusiasts park vehicles at the Birdsong boat showroom and Pearl Museum paved parking area to begin the experience.

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