Landlubbers on your crew? Check out these fun experiences around East Port!

Southeast Pack Trips, located in Jamestown, TN is well worth the 45 minute drive from the marina. Larry and his crew provide guided horseback rides at Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area. Get ready to have your breath taken away by the amazing scenery and genuine people you are sure to encounter along the way. They have options for all ages and experience levels. Contact (931) 879-2260 to book your experience!

Against the Flow Kayak Outfitters is a small, family owned business that has been operating since 2006, renting kayaks and canoes and offering guided tours of the waterways of the area. Located about 40 minutes from East Port in Byrdstown, TN, Jesse and his family will give you the experience of a lifetime. Passion for the work they do shows through in each trip they take! Call (931) 510-6939 to book a trip for the whole family.

K & S Lavender Farm in Brydstown, TN is a Veteran owned and operated family farm, 45 minutes from East Port, specializing in Lavender and Lavender products. Enjoy a walk through the gardens, snap a pic with the Clydesdales and visit their Shoppe, Georgia Mae’s. Karl and Sue put their love into each plant, animal, and project on the farm and it is easy to see! This is a working farm so it is advised you call (860) 608-1536 before making well worth it trip out!

The Farm at East Port Marina is a beautiful local event and wedding venue located only a mile from the marina. Experience classic elegance with a touch of rustic roots in this fully air conditioned farm venue. You can check on new events they are bringing to the area by checking the schedule!

There are seemingly endless options for hiking around our area. Big South Fork, Pickett State Park, Burgess Falls, Cummins Falls, and Standing Stone State Park are all within an hour’s drive from East Port! If you are looking to venture a little further, Rock Island State Park, Fall Creek Falls, and Virgin Falls will be sure to be worth the drive! The AllTrails App is a great resource for trail maps, as well as the Tn State Parks website!