EXPLORE THE AREA

Fox & Locke is located within the Leipers Fork historic district, just 30 minutes outside Music City, near Franklin, Tennessee. We are open Wednesday through Sunday. Come stay awhile and explore our quaint town and beyond.

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Leiper's FORK

The Most Charming Tiny Town There Ever Was

Leipers Fork is the poster child for charming rural villages. Located near the top of the Natchez Trace Parkway, this sophisticated but unpretentious two-lane town checks all the boxes: historic buildings, gorgeous scenery, working farms, friendly neighbors, down-home restaurants. The whole village is on the National Register of Historic Places and is protected by The Land Trust for Tennessee, saving it from overdevelopment forever.

Folks around here operate on “Leipers Fork Standard Time,” which is a lot like island time, if the surrounding ocean were rolling hills. And that’s just the way they like it. Leipers Fork is tiny on purpose, a popular visitor destination, and a “famously secret” kind of haven. But those who live here know the one-in-a-million luck of finding such a close-knit, artists’ enclave, and they’re dedicated to keeping it that way.

Shopping. Dining. Whiskey. Coffee. lodging.

Leiper's Fork Market

A quirky gas station/market/restaurant/hangout/

RedByrd

The go-to coffee spot for the grounds you crave. 

Leiper’s Creek Gallery, Copper Fox, David Arms

Show and sell an eclectic mix of fine art 

Serenite Maison, PROPS, Creekside Trading, Picket Fence

Find antiques, curated vintage finds, or special keepsakes. 

Leiper’s Fork Lawnchair Theatre

Comes to life, showing free, family-friendly movies on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in the summer.

The Spa at Leiper’s Fork

Where to recharge your spirit and reignite wellness with a tailored treatment from their massage menu. 

Wines in the Fork 

Where guests sip wine overlooking the peaceful creek and beautifully landscaped grounds. 

Leiper’s Fork Distillery 

Recapturing the lost art of small batch production, to bring a premium Tennessee spirit from grain to glass. 

1892 Restaurant

Blends Country French with chef Dylan Morrison's unique twist for a unique dining experience in the heart of the village. 

The Country Boy

Brought to you by Big Bad Breakfast; where you’ll never look at a breakfast plate the same again.

Angels Among Us,
Textile Revival,
Modemia, Moo Country

Unique artisan products including women’s clothing, jewelry, gifts, home decor and design services.

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Nashville's
big back yard

Make A Weekend Out Of It

Nashville’s Big Back Yard, a region anchored by 100 miles of the historic Natchez Trace Parkway, is one giant photo op. NBBY features pristine waterways - the Duck, Tennessee, and Buffalo Rivers - scenic vistas, state parks, incredible hiking, camping, boating, kayaking and camping in abundance. NBBY has a four-season climate, and breath-taking views of the rolling Tennessee and North Alabama countryside.

Connecting communities with populations under 5,000, from Leipers Fork, Tenn., down to The Shoals of Ala., NBBY includes Centerville, Clifton, Collinwood, Hampshire, Hohenwald, Leipers Fork, Linden, Loretto, Mount Pleasant, Santa Fe, Summertown and Waynesboro in Tennessee, and Muscle Shoals, Sheffield, Tuscumbia and Florence – The Shoals – in North Alabama.

Nashville’s Big Back Yard is an adventurer’s paradise, with some of Tennessee and Alabama’s most iconic off-the-beaten path sites waiting to be discovered. It is part of America’s back to the land movement, with doors open wide for those looking for a simpler way of life.


www.nashvillesbigbackyard.org

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americana music triangle

Take Time Off To Travel Through The Birthplace Of Music

The Americana Music Triangle connects travelers to the people, places and stories of the world’s No. 1 music destination. Along this historic path between Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans, and encompassing the five states of Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee, is found the birthplace of nine distinct genres of music.

It is here, where two emerging technologies – radio and records – collide to capture, define and spread the distinctive sounds of blues, jazz, country, rock ‘n’ roll, R&B/soul, gospel, Southern gospel, cajun/zydeco and bluegrass. One of the most popular music trails in the world, the Americana Music Triangle hits on all cylinders in the music centers of Nashville, Memphis, Muscle Shoals and New Orleans. But it’s in the small towns and rural communites of places like Itta Bena, Mississippi where B.B. King was born, and Indianola, where he later lived, and Dyess, Arkansas, birthplace of Johnny Cash, that music travelers come to understand the roots and reasons for the music.


www.americanamusictriangle.com