SEE & DO
For outdoor lovers (or those just looking to take in
some of Tennessee’s gorgeous weather), there are
plenty of parks and trails to feed your nature side.
If shopping is more your style, head over to one of
the city’s popular spots like RiverGate Mall, the
Antique District, or one of our specialty boutiques.
You really can’t go wrong with any of these,
especially if you love a good bargain.
Although there are plenty of trendy spots to visit,
Goodlettsville also pays respect to its historical
roots, which date back to the late 1700s. you can
enjoy a piece of the past by stopping by places like
B. F. Myers Furniture, which is the city’s
longest-running, family owned business. It started
as a dry goods store and is now a furniture store.
Another long-standing tradition locals enjoy is
following the Tennessee Quilt Trail along the Main
Street Historic District. The painted quilt panels
can be spotted mounted to barns and buildings, so
it’s a bit of a scenic scavenger hunt – although
residents are happy to show you the way.
And depending upon the time of year you visit, you
might catch one of the city’s long-standing events
like Heritage Days in the spring, the summer’s Music
on Main, Arts, Antiques and Music Festival in the
fall and Yulefest in December.
There are plenty of places to kick back and relax
after all of your adventures. Want to learn more
about all of these must-see local spots and start
planning days you’ll never forget? Contact us today!
Goodlettsville is home to various antique shops
along Main Street. With all the technology available
today and the complicated world we live in, many
people are finding that relics from the past are
comforting reminders of a slower lifestyle, and they
are finding plenty of those items from days gone by
Moss Wright Park, the cornerstone of
Goodlettsville’s park system, consists of
150 acres and includes walking trails,
historic sites, a dog park, playgrounds and
numerous picnic areas and sporting venues.
The park is proud to be the home of the 2012
Little League World Series National
Champions. Peay Park, Goodlettsville’s
oldest park, includes tennis courts, a
playground area, and a splash pad coming
Historic Mansker’s Station
Historic Mansker’s Station portrays two significant
time periods in Tennessee history. Mansker’s Fort is
an authentic replica log station that was built in
the Middle Tennessee area in the early 1780’s. The
original Bowen House is the oldest standing brick
home in Middle Tennessee and was constructed in 1787
by Captain William Bowen and was the birthplace of
Tennessee Governor William Bowen Campbell.
Visitors experience life at Historic Mansker’s
Station through a hands-on tour, guided by costumed
interpreters, and visit both Mansker’s Fort and the
Bowen Plantation House.
With four anchor stores and
over 100 small stores, Rivergate Mall
consists of one million square ft including
clothing stores for all ages, health and
beauty stores, jewelry stores, home
furnishing shops, sporting goods and more
than 10 eateries. In addition to traditional
stores, RiverGate has an indoor trampoline
park with 30,000 square ft of GOOD fun
|Chamber Welcome Center
Conveniently located in the Antique District on the
corner of Main Street and West Cedar Street next
door to City Hall, where you will find friendly Staff who know and love Goodlettsville and
will help you find the GOOD in Goodlettsville
Stop in for
Brochures, Maps, and Guides and a cool selection of GOODS from Goodlettsville to
help show off your visit!
Come See What’s Good in Goodlettsville