732 West Church Street
Lexington, TN 38351
Phone: (731) 968-0171
Fax: (731) 968-9174
This ballpark has witnessed some spectacular games since its inception. With a venue capacity of over 5000 seats, this ball park is an iconic monument of the region of West Tennessee.
This massive sportsplex features 17 fields, designated to softball and baseball matches in the city of Jackson, Tennessee. These two iconic sports of America are celebrated with vigor, with West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex being the hub for these events.
Forest Hill park frequently schedules several baseball games. Baseball, being one of Jackson Tennessee's favorite sports, is a great sport to witness in these grounds.
The Muse Park in Jackson is a wonderful spot for a day out with family. The park is lined with beautiful trees and also has a small lake which is a great place for some recreational fishing. The park has Baseball fields and it is also home to a skate park.
Located in East Lafayette Street, Jackson Madison County Library has a plethora of books, audiobooks, CDs and DVDs. The library is known for its wide selection of books for children.
Fairgrounds Park is the largest park of the area and frequently hosts a number of events. From marriages to corporate parties to flea markets, the park has three beautiful pavilions as well as a massive ground to cater for these events.
North Park makes for a great day out with friends, playing soccer and several tennis courts for all those who enjoy a good game over the weekends.
If you're a movie buff with a passion for cars, Rusty's TV & Movie Cars displays several specimens that were used in popular films. Some of them include the DeLorean from the Back To The Future series, Scooby Doo and gang's Mystery Machine and Herbie, the Love Bug.
Liberty Garden Park & Arboretum has within its premises a memorial site and a veteran's memorial wall in honor of the army. It also has a walking trail and a gazebo to sit and relax.
Casey Jones is famous for saving the passengers aboard his train in 1900 and is a legend. This village is a celebration of his life as well as the rich rail history of Jackson, Tennessee. The museum showcases the finest specimens of engineering with fun interactive displays to keep you engaged. After an exciting day of learning, head down to Shaw's Old Country Store Restaurant for a delicious homely meal.