Area Attractions

Music on the Square
Live professional musical groups every 1st and 3rd Saturday nights in June, July and August, 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. downtown Waverly Court Square. There is no charge for admission. Bring your own lawn chair.

Mi-De-Ga Theatre
The Mi-De-Ga Theatre is located on the Square in Waverly. The walk in theatre is family owned and operated since September 9, 1936. More Information

Waverly Explosion Memorial Caboose, Waverly. Memorial tribute to the 1978 tragic train explosion in Waverly. Memorabilia housed in a real caboose. Open daily from dawn to dusk.

Valley Drive-In Theatre, Highway 70 West, Waverly, is one of the very few drive-in movie theatre's left. Valley-In Theatre is opened seasonally from April thru October. More Information

Humphrey's County Museum and Civil War Fort features a military room with memorabilia from all wars, Extensive collection of Indian artifacts situated on an old Civil War fort site complete with existing rifle pits. The fort was built to protect and keep open a supply railroad to the Union army in Tennessee during the Civil War.

THE Nolan House Bed and Breakfast, placed on the National Historic Register in 1986, is a charming Victorian bed and breakfast inn built in 1870, and renovated in the mid-1980. Complete with family cemetery and hiking trail.

Loretta Lynn's

 

Loretta Lynn's Ranch and Campground, located just off I-40 features camping, cabin rentals, canoeing, fishing, hiking trails, western town, gift shop and Loretta and Mooney's century old plantation home.

The Buffalo River offers scenic canoeing suitable for the beginner and the more advanced canoeist.

Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge, Duck River Unit, near New Johnsonville provides a safe haven for winter waterfowl, and migrating shorebirds. Wildlife observation, boat ramps, and fishing and hunting in season. The refuge is over 52,000 acres on three locations.

Johnsonville State Historic Area, a 550 acre park on the eastern side of Kentucky Lake, overlooks the site of the Civil War Battle of Johnsonville. Museum, hiking trails, and picnic area with tables and grills.

Blue Creek Nature Center, a 42 acre facility two miles south of Waverly, offers hiking and jogging trails, bicycling and ATV riding (organized rides only). Picnic under the open pavilion or just sit back and relax.

The Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake borders the western side of Humphreys County and creates a sportsman's paradise with the abundance of boating, fishing, skiing or hunting.

 



Calendar of Events

Meetings are open to the public and interested persons are encouraged to attend.

  • Mayor and Board of Aldermen meet the second and fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Waverly Board Chambers Meeting Room
  • Public Safety meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Meetings are held in the Waverly Police Department Training Room
  • Public Works meets the first Monday of each month at 10:00 a.m. Meetings are held in the Harold T. Knight Public Works Complex Room
  • Planning Commission meets the fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Meeting are held in the Harold T. Knight Public Works Complex Room
  • Recreation Committee holds meetings as needed
  • Board of Zoning Appeals holds meetings as needed
 
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