slow, strong currents of rural life flow throughout this
trail. Find it in a field full of cattle or in an
antique tractor museum. See its quirky side at a pickle
festival or in a coon mule jump. Be calmed by the rhythm
of an ancient
paddle or amused by a hike where whiskey stills were
once federally operated.
this trail’s essence in its hearty cuisine…a tender,
buttermilk biscuit made fresh each morning at a local
diner; a plate of succulent pork barbecue, or a golden
orange sweet potato dripping rich juices and melting
butter. Greens and beans and kernels of corn in season
arrive fresh from local growers to small diners and
unique restaurants where food nourishes more than the
at its core, Creeks, Cooking & Culture highlights the
icons cherished in country life, but often with a twist.
Hunting includes traditional English foxhunts, complete
with a Tally Ho wagon. You’ll find quilters and chainsaw
sculptors as well as model ship builders and
painters. A wooded setting reveals a rustic gift shop of
fine gold and silver jewelry alongside other handcrafted
items from around the globe. Nationally known jazz
artists play on the same stage as country fiddlers.
trail has the recipe for the best stew of the necessary,
the beautiful and the just, plain fun. Plan your visit
today by clicking on the map or the drop down list of
towns at right, or the subject buttons at left.