The Tennessee River Corridor
The route begins at Fort Henry site within the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area and connects to US Hwy 79 west of Dover. It continues west on US Hwy 79 to the city of Paris, where it intersects with US Hwy 641 and continues south to the junction with TN Hwy 69 at I-40 in north Decatur County. It continues south on TN Hwy 69 to the town of Crump, where it intersects with TN Hwy 22 and continues south on TN Hwy 22 to the Shiloh National Battlefield. There are five spur corridors: at Dover, where TN Hwy 49 goes south to Erin; at Camden, where TN Hwy 191 goes east to the village of Eva and where US Hwy 70 intersects and goes east to New Johnsonville; at the I-40 intersection, where I-40 goes west to Parkers Crossroads; at Crump, where US Hwy 64 goes east to Savannah; and at Parsons, where US Hwy 412 goes east to Mousetail Landing State Park. For a copy of the Tennessee River corridor map, click here.

BENTON COUNTY

Nathan B. Forrest State Park
Benton County Historical Museum

DECATUR COUNTY
Confederate Monument, Decatur County Courthouse
Brownsport Furnace #2

HARDIN COUNTY

Shiloh National Battlefield
Saltillo Ferry site
Tennessee River Museum

HENDERSON COUNTY
Parker’s Crossroads Battlefield

HENRY COUNTY

Barr's Chapel CME Church and Cemetery
Confederate Monument, Henry County Courthouse
City Cemetery

HOUSTON COUNTY
Railroad Park and Trail
Historic Lime Kiln Sites

HUMPHREYS COUNTY

New Johnsonville Shipwrecks
Johnsonville State Historic Area
Fort Hill and Museum
Nolan House

PERRY COUNTY
Cedar Grove Iron Works
Mousetail Landing State Park

STEWART COUNTY
Great Western Iron Furnace, Land Between the Lakes
1850 Homeplace Museum, Land Between the Lakes
Fort Henry site, Land Between the Lakes
Fort Donelson National Battlefield