Nashville Cowboy Welcome Center

For the Nashville Cowboy there are stores to replace your worn out gear and stables to board your horse. The Nashville stables have riding trails. The Nashville riding trails wind around Tennessee hills and thru streams and it is breath taking.

Be sure to bring your camera and take plenty of pictures. They make good screensavers. The Nashville Cowboy scene has its own niche and there are plenty of places to relax and enjoy your stay.

Nashville Rodeo - Take a look at the rodeo world in central Tennessee. This is a western culture that a lot of Tennesseans have grown up with.

Tennessee's Miller Coliseum - It seats 4,600 but can be made to accommodate 6,500 people. The coliseum accommodates local, state, regional, national and international horse shows. It sits on 154 acres and has a 150 by 300 foot floor, and a covered warm-up area, also 492 10 X 10 stalls plus a modern sound system.

There are 70 camper hookups and the parking lot has 400 spaces. The location is at 304B West Thompson Lane in Murfreesboro, TN 37129, Call 615-494-8961, Fax 615-494-8962

Nashville Cowboy Church - Live broadcast worldwide, Sunday night 6:00pm, Wednesday night 7:00pm, services at the Ranch House located at 410 Brick Church Pike, Goodlettsville, TN 615-859-1001

Cowboy Stores - The western look. Here you can find clothing, boots, hats, saddles, and more.

Cedars of Lebanon Riding Stables - Cedars of Lebanon State Park just 6 miles south of I-40 on Hwy 231. Approximately 30 minutes from Nashville east on Interstate 40. You and your family will enjoy a peaceful guided trail ride through the gorgeous Middle TN woods of Cedars of Lebanon State Park.

Ride takes approximately 45 minutes to complete and children as young as 7 can ride a horse alone. 270 pound weight limit. The rate is $18.00 each. Reservation strongly recommended. 328 Cedar Forest Road, Lebanon, TN 37090 615-444-5465

JuRo Stables, Everything the Nashville Cowboy could want. - Primitive camping & cookout facilities, hayrides, bonfires, moonlight rides, riding lessons, 300 pound weight limit. Only 15 minutes from Nashville, take I-40 East from Nashville to exit 226A. Located at 735 Carver Lane, Mt Juliet, TN 37122, 615-733-7433

Natchez Trace Riding Stables - You can ride an hour or two or all day. About an hour south of Nashville off I-65, close to Spring Hill. They are at Hwy 7 and Natchez Trace Parkway, Santa Fe, TN 38482
931-682-3706

Wild Horse Saloon - Nashville's #1 Dining and Entertainment destination. The Wild Horse Saloon upgraded a three story historic warehouse into a 66,000 square foot Nashville Entertainment center. The open 3 story dance floor and stage displays a herd of paper machete horses running across the ceiling.

From all three floors you can see what is happening on the stage and dance floor. Country Music fans flock to catch the hottest concerts and learn the newest dance steps of the Nashville Cowboy. The restaurant is known for their southern barbecue, juicy stakes and famous fried pickles.

Their location is in the heart of downtown Nashville at 120 2nd Ave North, Nashville, TN 37201, 615-902-8200

Nashville Horse Trails - Trails in the Nashville Area.

Mule Day - Mule Day in an annual 4 day event that celebrates anything to do with mules. It is held in Columbia, Tennessee, which is the "Mule Capital" of the world. It started in 1840 but now has a following of over 200,000 people. There is traditional Appalachian food, music, dancing and crafts. Columbia, Tennessee, 931-381-9557

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