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Fun Things To Do in Shelbyville and Bedford County, TN

A list of fun things to do in Shelbyville and Bedford County, TN.

By Eva Pitts on April 29, 2018

Duck River
Shelbyville / Jeffrey S. Otto

1. Featuring 18 holes, 16 bunkers, numerous water hazards and challenging tee shots, you can’t miss out on a round of golf at Champion Run Golf Course

2. Fans travel from all over to Shelbyville’s annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration to end the summer with fun activities.

3. Take a trip to the Tennessee Walking Horse Museum and learn the history of the Tennessee Walking Horse. Be sure to plan ahead for this adventure, hours may vary. 

4. Stay physically fit with the Shelbyville Parks and Recreation Department by participating in sports leagues, aerobic classes and much more.

5. Bring the whole family and enjoy a jam-packed event featuring bluegrass music, games, a parade and the cutting of the world’s largest Moon Pie at the Moon Pie Festival.

6. Cool off and float the Duck River, described as one of the most ecologically diverse rivers in the United States by National Geographic

Shelbyville’s Fly Arts Center Soars

7. Explore what downtown Belle Buckle has to offer. Home to many unique, local shops, there is something for everyone. 

8. For the history buffs, Bedford County and Shelbyville are home to part of the Civil War Trail.

9. Explore your artsy side at the Fly Arts Center – the building features a theater that seats 120, as well an art studio for classes and exhibits.

10. Senior citizens can mingle by playing games and attending educational programs at Shelby Senior Services Home.

4. Stay physically fit with the Shelbyville Parks and Recreation Department by participating in sports leagues, aerobic classes and much more.

5. Bring the whole family and enjoy a jam-packed event featuring bluegrass music, games, a parade and the cutting of the world’s largest Moon Pie at the Moon Pie Festival.

6. Cool off and float the Duck River, described as one of the most ecologically diverse rivers in the United States by National Geographic

7. Explore what downtown Belle Buckle has to offer. Home to many unique, local shops, there is something for everyone. 

8. For the history buffs, Bedford County and Shelbyville are home to part of the Civil War Trail.

9. Explore your artsy side at the Fly Arts Center – the building features a theater that seats 120, as well an art studio for classes and exhibits.

10. Senior citizens can mingle by playing games and attending educational programs at Shelby Senior Services Home.

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