Savannah Travel Guide

  • Things to Do
    by Ewingjr98
  • Things to Do
    by Ewingjr98
  • Things to Do
    by Ewingjr98

Savannah Things to Do

  • Indian Mound National Historic Landmark

    This site is a Mississippian Cultural Site. It was occupied from around 1000 CE by a Late Woodland and then Early Mississippian peoples. The site was abandoned by 1450 CE. The area was included in the Shiloh National Military Park in 1890, protecting it from development as farmland or a wood lot. This makes it an unique site, with little to no...

  • Shiloh Battlefield National Park

    The Battle of Shiloh, also called the Battle of Pittsburg Landing, was the first major battle in the Western Theater of the American Civil War, and it took place on April 6 and April 7, 1862. The Confederate forces were under the command of Generals Albert Sidney Johnston and P.G.T. Beauregard while the Union Army was led by Major General Ulysses...

  • Pickwick Dam and Lake

    Pickwick Landing Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Tennessee River that was built from 1935 to 1938 as part of the Tennessee Valley Authority. Pickwick dam is a few miles north of the point where the states of Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi meet. Tennessee State Highway 128 crosses the top of the dam. The dam is 113 feet (34 m) high and 7,715...

  • Cherry Mansion

    The Cherry Mansion, constructed in 1830, is the oldest structure in Savannah. The huge white house sits on a high bluff overlooking the Tennessee River at the end of Savannah's Main Street. It is said the mansion was constructed by slaves using bricks made from mud of the Tennessee River banks. During the Civil War, the owner was a Union supporter,...

  • Tennessee River

    The Tennessee River runs 652 miles from Knoxville in eastern Tennessee, across northern Alabama, back through central Tennessee and into Kentucky before emptying into the Ohio River. From the 1930s to the 1960s the TVA built a series of nine dams along the length of the Tennessee River, as well as numerous dams on its tributaries, in order to...

  • Famous Locals - Darryl Worley

    Darryl Worley, a popular country singer, was born and raised in the small town of Pyburn, Tennessee which is a few miles south of Savannah and just north of the Pickwick Dam of of State Route 128. Today Darryl continues to live in the this area, though I'm sure, in a much larger house. When driving through you will see the sign for "Darryl Worley...

  • Crump, Tennessee

    Crump is located just across the river from Savannah. This tiny town of only 1,521 people is most recognizable by its giant white cross at the entrance to town and the huge flea market along the main road through town.

  • Main Street Savannah

    The City of Savannah is one of 22 official Certified Mainstreet Communities in the State of Tennessee. The Tennessee Main Street Program provides assistance to communities that wish to revitalize their downtown or central business district. In 2008 Tennessee had 22 certified Main Street programs in mostly small and mid-sized cities and towns across...

  • Savannah's Historic District & Trail

    The Savannah Historic District contains some great examples of Southern architecture spread along a quiet two mile driving or walking route. The historic district contains 17 privately owned homes in the Queen Anne and Colonial Revival architectural styles, along with one commercial building. The architecture in the historical district spans the...


Savannah Hotels

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  • Days Inn Savannah

    1695 Pickwick Road, Savannah, Tennessee, 38372, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Comfort Inn Savannah (1314 Pickwick Rd.)

    Only two hotels/motels in town and they're right next to each other. Southside.

  • Quality Inn Savannah

    1645 Pickwick St, Highway 128 South, Savannah, Tennessee, 38372, United States

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

Savannah Restaurants

  • The Hickory Pit

    Very tasty barbecue at good prices!We stopped in over Memorial Day Weekend 2009 for a quick lunch. The restaurant was pretty busy, but we were seated right away. We ordered a variety of meals from the barbecue (pork) sandwich to ribs, and even one of the barbecue platters and "neon" fries. Everything came out quickly and was very tasty. The...

  • Hagy's Catfish Hotel

    In 1825 Henry and Polly Hagy claimed the land on this site for a farm along the Tennessee River. Their son built a storage shed that was used to store goods, then was occupied by Union soldiers during the Battle of Shiloh, and later was used to cook up tasty catfish and hush puppies. The shack became the original Catfish Hotel. The restaurant...

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