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Fannie Moffitt Stomp Rental
For almost a decade, the residents of Altamont, Tennessee, have prepared for the Fannie Moffitt Stomp every fall. Named after the town's most famous resident, the Stomp features a vast array of festivities for all ages to enjoy. From musicians to cloggers, classic cars and a huge swap meet, to various arts and crafts, children's activities, heaps of food, a hula hoop contest, a Fannie Moffitt Fun Run, and the famous Fannie Moffitt hat contest, there's something for everyone at the Stomp. You may even catch a Civil War Re-Enactment of a local battle if you plan your day right!
So why not go all-out and book yourself the entire home of Miss Fannie Moffitt herself for the Fannie Moffitt Stomp? You can come back after the Stomp and lounge in Miss Moffitt's bedrooms (all six of them), make cocktails and crudites in her fully-renovated kitchen, and watch television in one of her spacious parlors. How fun!
What comes with the Fannie Moffitt Stomp Rental?
The Fannie Moffitt Stomp Rental includes two options :
- Fannie Moffit Stomp In October Reservation During Event Saturday, 2nd Week In October - 24 Hours Occupancy
- Fannie Moffit Stomp In October Reservation During Event Saturday and Sunday 2nd Week In October - 2 Days Occupancy
Choose to stay one day or two to enjoy the full festivities of the Stomp! The rental includes the whole estate, including the additional log cabin in back, which measures 20' x 32' and has its own bedroom, living quarters and bathroom. The entire manor comfortably sleeps up to 12 guests. If you like, you can also choose from food options to have on-site if your guests get hungry before or after your adventures:
Altamont and the outlying area provide a plethora of events and activities to entertain your group once the Stomp is over. Check out some of the most popular here to help plan your visit:
Check the event schedule at this indoor arena to see what's showing during your stay. With a 7,000-seat and 1,200-horse stall capacity, the Calsonic Arena is prioritized for horse-related events, but others may be available. They book 40 out of 52 annual weekends, including not only horse shows but motocross activities, rodeos, concerts, monster truck events, circuses, and more.
George A. Dickel and Co. Cascade Distillery
Choose from two different tours (one includes a whiskey tasting) or just stop in to shop for George Dickel merchandise. Be sure to check their website before you head out. Their Visitor Center is closed on Tuesdays, and their last tours start at 3:30 pm on certain days. Will you make it on time? Also, they request that you call ahead if your group has more than ten people.
A country store for over 75 years, Miller's Grocery was renovated into a country cafe in 1995. Now you can visit for either lunch or dinner, finishing up with an award-winning made-from-scratch dessert -- created fresh daily. Lunch favorites include salmon patties, fried chicken livers, meatloaf, and country-fried beef steak. For dinner, sink your teeth into chicken and cornbread dressing with gravy, beer-battered cod filets, fried okra, and corn nuggets.
Natchez Trace Parkway
If your crew enjoys a road trip, put this parkway on your list. Natchez Trace is a little slower than some, with a 50 mph slowing down to even a 40 mph in some areas, but the treasures it holds are well worth the casual pace. Enjoy the picturesque views of the ride, or pull over intermittently to investigate little towns, visit historical sites, take in the beauty of a waterfall, browse a unique store, or grab a bite to eat. If you can, try to stop at Swan View Overlook at mile marker 392.5 near Hohenwald, and under the double-arched bridge in Franklin near Birdsong Hollow. This could quickly fill an afternoon and then some!
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