Take a scenic drive through the rolling hills of Williamson County on route 31A to explore the communities of Nolensville, College Grove, and more! Stop by local farms like Morning Glory Orchard, sample local brews at Mill Creek Brewing Co., and find hidden gems to shop, dine, and discover. The town of Nolensville, rooted in the 31A trail, brings a sense of nostalgia and a quaint, charming feel with its historic district and close-knit community.
Be sure to visit Nolensville’s historic downtown area, which includes shopping for boutique and antique-lovers, along with great dining options including Pork Belly Farmhouse for an upscale experience and Southern Hospitality Diner for a true southern comfort food experience. Stop in the Nolensville Feed Mill, an Amish country market, featuring their famous homemade cinnamon rolls, chicken salad, deli sandwiches, locally-made goods and live music on Saturdays.
While you are exploring the historic downtown area, take a stroll along beautiful Mill Creek on the Mill Creek Trail over the pedestrian bridge, where you'll find a wonderful playground to enteratain the little ones in tow. Take a few minutes to dip your toes in the water and enjoy the scenery.
Looking for an authentic small-town festival experience? Check out the Nolensville’s Historic Buttercup Festival each April, or the Broken Wheel Festival in October. Aside from the list of attractions, eats and shops along 31A, the best part of this route is the people. You’ll find tight-knit communities with friendly people who are eager to strike up a conversation along the way. So slow down, grab the ones you love, and take some time to wander down the 31A Trail.
Morning Glory Orchard is a local, second generation family-owned orchard dedicated to growing a variety of produce, specializing in apples and peaches! Their incredible story is an inspiration to the entire Nolensville community. Stop by the farm store to shop local honey, classic and hard ciders, preserves, baked goods, and more.