144 Cypress, P.O. Box 7
Selmer, TN 38375
(901) 645-6360

Recreations List

Hospitality...If that's what you're looking for, look no further.  The 
McNairy County Chamber of Commerce, and all the friendly citizens, invite
you to come see - Why we believe in McNairy County.  We are in the center 
of many attractions that make vacationing, sightseeing, relaxing and fun just 
our way of saying..
Welcome to McNairy County -
We will show you some real southern hospitality.

THE McNAIRY COUNTY MUSEUM - Preserving Our Past for the Future
Sketch of MuseumArtwork by: Terrie Murray Russell
The McNairy County Historical Society has renovated the 
Historic Ritz Theater (circa 1937) in downtown Selmer to house 
the county's history. Visit us for a look back to the early days of 
McNairy County.  Side rooms adjacent the center gallery 
showcase the Healing Arts, Religion, Business, Agriculture, and 
Military providing a wonderful way to spend an afternoon. And, 
in the center gallery see a Four-Harness Box Loom used in the 
county during the Civil War and in operatin now for visitors.
 The Museum is located on Third Street one block from the 
Courthouse. Open Saturday and Sunday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm 
and by appointment.  Telephone 901-645-0018.

Big Hill Pond State Park lies in the southwestern part of McNairy 
County and encompasses magnificent timberland and hardwood bottom land.

	There are four backpack trail shelters located with the trail system. 
Big Hill Pond can accommodate 30 camping units.  All sites have picnic
tables and grills.  Rowboats are available on the Travis McNatt Lake.
Fishermen young and old can enjoy fine catches of bass, bluegill, and catfish.
Near the lake is the 22 site picnic area with modern restroom facilities.
The Park also features hiking trails, basketball court, horse shoe pits,
and bird watching.  Located along the trails is the .9 mile boardwalk, one
of Tennessee's longest, and a 73-foot observation tower with a 360 degree
breathtaking view for all visitors.

We hope you will visit Big Hill Pond, and Explore other Tennessee Outdoor
areas.  Come share our good nature.
HOURS OF OPERATION Year-round - 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Email Park Ranger Superintendent's Office Big Hill Pond State Park Rt1 Box 150-C Pocahontas, TN 38061 (901) 645-7967 For Information Package Call Toll Free: 1-800-421-6683

Buford Pusser, McNairy County Sheriff from 1964 - 70, was a man whose 
exploits against crime cost him pain and heartache.  His war against the
Mississippi state line and illegal activities caused the Sheriff to be
stabbed and shot many times.  Pusser's wife was killed on August 12, 1967
in a predawn ambush.
Pusser's exploits resulted in two books and three "Waling Tall" movies.  
The man's life, both before and after he became famous, can be examined
up close in the former Pusser home in Adamsville.

BUFORD PUSSER HOME AND MUSEUM 342 Pusser St. Adamsville, TN 38310 (901) 632-4080 MUSEUM HOURS May 1 to October 31; 9:00 to 5:00; Monday-Saturday 12:00 to 6:00 Sunday November 1 to April 30 10:00 to 4:00 Wednesday- Saturday 1:00 to 5:00 Sunday

	Shiloh National Military Park preserves the site of the largest 
battle of the 1862 Civil War campaign for possession of the major 
railroads of the western Confederacy and military control of the lower 
Mississippi River Valley.  The park was established on December 27, 1894. 
The park contains 96% of the historic battlefield.  Visitors can tour the 
area using a 9.5 mile auto tour route, or by walking.  There are 151 
commemorative monuments, 600 troop position markers, and over 200 Civil 
War cannons.  A picnic area with pavilion, grills, and rest room 
facilities is available for use.  A visitor center offers an orientation 
film of the battle and exhibits of battle artifacts. Rangers are on 
duty to provide assistance.  The park bookstore contains a large selection 
of books and interpretive materials.  	Shiloh is open daily except Christmas Day.  A park admission fee is 
required  upon entrance.  The fee is $2.00 per person 
(children 16 and under admitted free), $4.00 per family.  Several 
annual passes and commercial bus tour rates are also available.  
There is no charge for educational groups.

Located south of Dill Branch on the 
bluffs overlooking the Tennessee River is,  prehistoric Indian mound 
and village site.  Registered as a National Historic Landmark, this 
1,500 year old forty-five acre prehistoric site contains the best 
surviving example of late woodland through late Mississippian earth 
mound, village, and fortification system still preserved on the lower 
Tennessee River.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Superintendent Shiloh National Military Park Rt 1 Box 9 Shiloh, TN 38376 (901) 689-5696

Other Area Attractions
Recently restored, Sheriff Buford Pusser's office in the basement of McNairy County Courthouse, one block from museum. 19 miles from Selmer is the Chickasaw State Park, 20 miles is Corinth, MS Civil War Museum and Battlefield tour. 25 miles - Pickwick Dam, TN River Recreational Area and 25 miles TN River Museum, Savannah, TN and the Cherry Manision, Savannah, TN.
Selmer Golf and County Club
1254 Country Club Lane Selmer, TN 38375 (901) 645-9915
9 Hole, Par 36, 3098 Total Yardage, Private Club Hours: 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM.
Green Fees:
$10.00 (9 hole) $15.00 (18 hole) Golf Cart Rental: $8.00 Nonmember
restriction: No weekends, holidays, or Wednesdays unless accompanied by
a Member.
Ask about our Membership
On site Pro Shop, Snack Bar, Pool, Tennis Courts

Shiloh Golf Course 2915 Caney Branch Road Adamsville, TN (901) 632-0678
Ask about our special golf packages. Lots and villas for sale.
Shiloh Ridge Golf Estates 3303 Shiloh Ridge Road Corinth, MS 38834 (601) 286-8319
18 Holes, Par 72, 6525 Total Yardage, USGA Rating 70.3, Slope rating 123, Open to Public, Hours: Dawn till Dusk. Green Fees: $14.00 Monday thru Friday, $16.50 on Weekends. Full line Pro Shop, Club and Cart Rental. Restaurant: Lunch 11-2, Dinner 5-9. Open year round. Special Rates Available.
For More Information Contact: McNairy County Chamber of Commerce 144 W. Cypress Selmer, TN 38375 (901) 645-6360