Things to Do in Lebanon, TN
Cedars of Lebanon State Park
Known as Cedar City, it’s no surprise that Lebanon’s state park is full of glades of its most abundant tree. Cedars of Lebanon State Park spans about 900 acres of the more than 9,000-acre Cedars of Lebanon State Forest.
The park is a great spot for family-friendly fun or a scenic getaway, and offers visitors a place to rest and relax with numerous campsites and cabins. Their deluxe cabins come complete with living spaces, full kitchens and bedrooms.
If you prefer sleeping under the stars, then try one of the park’s 100-plus campsites, all of which come equipped with electric and water hookups, as well as grills and picnic tables for dining.
Cedars of Lebanon also offers plenty of outdoor activities. From swimming to horseback riding to exploring, there’s plenty to keep all ages enjoying the great outdoors.
Lebanon is a city that remembers the past. About half a dozen museums and centers call the city home and exist to preserve the local history.
One historical attraction, Fiddlers Grove, strives to save Wilson County’s history. Replicated buildings, exhibits and educational events help to raise awareness and teach visitors.
Another effort to keep history alive is the Sellars Farm State Archaeological Area. More than 1,000 years ago, this area was home for Native Americans during the Mississippian Period. Walking tours of the area take visitors around a loop trail and allow them to explore the remnants of the village that was once there.
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