Big Hill Pond State Park
In the southwestern part of McNairy County, encompasses 4,138 acres of timberland and hardwood bottomland. The park includes a 70-foot observation tower with beautiful views of Travis McNatt Lake and a boardwalk that winds through the Great Dismal Swamp.
Pickwick Landing State Park
Pickwick Landing State Park is known for its smallmouth bass and Tennessee River catfish, and some of the state’s largest fishing tournaments are held here. The park features a golf course surrounded by trees and water that attracts golfers from across the nation.
Chickasaw State Park
This park’s 1,400 acres of land is located in West Tennessee along the border of Hardeman and Chester Counties was one of Tennessee’s 20 New Deal-era state parks.
Coon Creek Science Center
Coon Creek Science Center is one of the most important fossil sites in North America. The site contains extremely well-preserved Upper Cretaceous marine shells and vertebrate remains that are more than 70 million years old.
Arts for McNairy
Arts in McNairy was founded in 2001 on the principle that participation in the arts is a cornerstone for the development of a healthy community. Over the past 15 years, AiM has demonstrated this principle through arts programs, concerts, performances, festivals, workshops, exhibits and an in-depth exploration of McNairy County’s rich cultural heritage.