Lose the suit. Show up in boots.
If Sunday morning had a hometown, the charming village of Leiper’s Fork might very well be it. This come-as-you-are treasure of Williamson County is a homegrown mix of picturesque surroundings, culture, and Southern fare.
The creative climate of Leiper’s Fork is thanks to a quiet, distinguished force of local artists. Galleries such as The Copper Fox, Leiper’s Creek Gallery and David Arms draw visitors from around the world. Antiques lovers and collectors will find area shops a refreshing, regional mix of history, story, and style. The Fork’s curious mix of swank and come-sit-a-spell charm is contagious and echoes in boutiques like Serenite Maison, West and Company, and Suzanne Fitch.
Once you fall in love with Leiper's Fork and the village community of friendly folks, you might decide to stay over a few days. Check out these sleeping options - some within walking distance of the village.
‘Round here, you’ve got your choice: gaze at the stars in the midnight sky or at the stars who pop in to serenade the locals at Puckett’s Open Mic Night. Rumor has it, Wynonna and the Stella Sisters have taken the stage, along with local favorites like Jackson Nance and Baillie and the Boys.
Leiper’s Fork Lawnchair Theatre is the hub of the community buzz. Catch a movie under the stars, sample the local heat of our chili cook-off, or enjoy live music and events all year round.
While you're in Leiper's Fork, check out Williamson County's newest distillery, Leiper's Fork Distillery. Known for their grain to glass spirits, Leiper's Fork Distillery is bringing the lost history of small batch whiskey back to Tennessee.
Running alongside Leiper’s Fork is the Natchez Trace Parkway, a 444-mile National Park spanning three states and archiving 10,000 years of America’s history. This scenic byway is a magnet for nature lovers and road warriors the world over.