Things to Do on the 127 Yard Sale RouteThere is so much more to do along the 127 Yard Sale route than just shopping the sales. We've put this list together to help you find some of the interesting, fun, and unique things there are to do along the 127 Yard Sale route so you can better plan your trip. This is certainly not a comprehensive list and we will be adding more in the future so be sure to check back. If you know of any must-see places which should be on this list please contact us.


Meckley's Flavor Fruit Farm & Cidery

Apple orchard and cider mill that has been in the family for over 50 years. Stop in the bakery for homemade donuts and pies made with ingredients from neighboring farms.  Check out the store where you’ll find Yankee candles, vintage linens, old school games, and antiques.  Enjoy hand-dipped ice cream, fudge, and nostalgic candies.  Choose from ten different kinds of cider crafted onsite from hand-picked apples.

11025 S Jackson Road • Somerset Center, MI 49282 • 517- 688-3455

Silos Fun Park

Silos Fun Park is an action-packed entertainment complex offering fun for the entire family. Features include two go-kart tracks, an 18-Hole miniature golf course, bumper boats, a huge video and redemption arcade, batting cages, golf driving range, and a snack shop complete with your favorite ice-cream treats. Silos Fun Park is "The place for family fun".

3883 W Carleton Rd • Hillsdale, MI 49242 • 517-849-3333

Lenawee County Historical Museum

Located in a castle-like romanesque building on the national register of historic places, the three floors of the museum are filled with historic paintings, photographs, maps, written documents, furniture, and more.

110 E. Church St. • Adrian, Michigan 49221 • 517-265-6071

Sky Dive Tecumseh

Michigan's premier skydiving operation, with state-of-the-art equipment and friendly, professional staff. The largest and most comfortable jump plane, designed specifically for skydiving, and our highly experienced, USPA-certified instructors have thousands of jumps.

8607 Cady Road • Jackson, MI 49201 • 517-423-7720

Binder Park Zoo

The Binder Park Zoo is a 433-acre zoo that opened in 1977. It features a large array of animals and plants, including the Wild Africa Exhibit.

7400 Division Drive • Battle Creek, MI 49014 • 269-979-1351


Sauder Village

Ohio's largest living history destination. Visit with costumed guides, working craftsmen, and try hands-on activities. A restaurant, bakery, country inn, and unique shopping are also located in the complex.

22611 State Route 2 • Archbold, OH 43502 • 1-800-590-9755

G & J Cartway

1/2 mile WKA Master go-kart track. In addition to hosting many races this season, G & J Kartway is open for practice throughout the year, weather permitting. The practice fee is $10.00 for unlimited track time, one of the best values in karting.

1619 Barnets Mill Road • Camden, OH 45311 • 937-452-1218

Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum 

The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is an entity established by Major League Baseball's Cincinnati Reds franchise that pays homage to the team's past through displays, photographs, and multimedia.

100 Joe Nuxhall Way • Cincinnati, OH 45202 • 513-765-7923

See the Sights

Offers experienced step-on guides of the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region. The most popular tour covers the highlights of downtown Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky in a 2-hour tour. Your group begins their tour with quaint MainStrasse Village where you will learn about the German heritage and hear some famous folk tales.

520 Vine Street • Cincinnati, OH 45202 • 859-384-4010

Spangler Candy World - *Coming 2023*

Spangler Candy Company, the maker of Dum Dum Pops, is a private family-owned company; making candy since 1906.

Spangler Candy World will feature:

  • Retail store with candy and merchandise
  • Interactive historical displays that will reflect Spangler Candy Company’s 117-year history as a family-owned candy manufacturer
  • Games and activities for all ages
  • A big-screen theater tour of the factory

Downtown • Bryan, OH 43506 • 800-628-2639


Kentucky Military History Museum

Exhibits depict the military history of Kentucky with an emphasis on the Kentucky National Guard and Militia. Featured are weapons, uniforms, flags, photographs, and Civil War artifacts.

125 E. Main St. • Frankfort, KY 40601 • 502-564-1792

Explorium of Lexington

Explorium of Lexington creates a fun and dynamic hands-on learning environment that inspires imagination and curiosity.

440 W. Short Street • Lexington, KY 40507 • 859-258-3253

Newport Aquarium

A state-of-the-art facility, the Newport Aquarium brings to the banks of the Ohio River some of the world's most advanced, creative technology -- not to mention amazing animals -- all designed to take you around the globe, visiting each continent, every ocean and hundreds of waterways in between.

1 Aquarium Way • Newport, KY 41071 • 1-800-406-3474

Kentucky Horse Park

Kentucky Horse Park is the leading tourist attraction for all things “horse” and one of the world’s best equine competition facilities. This working horse farm has 1,200 acres surrounded by 30 miles of white plank fencing with outstanding museums, theaters, tours and nearly 50 different breeds of horses. The excitement of the racetrack is brought to life by the elite group of champion horses that reside at the park's Hall of Champions.

4089 Iron Works Parkway • Lexington, KY 40511 • 800-678-8813

Waveland State Historic Site

Tour a beautiful Greek Revival home built in 1847 by Joseph Bryan, a grandnephew of Daniel Boone. Tours focus on the Bryan family and life on a 19th-century Kentucky plantation.

225 Waveland Museum Lane. • Lexington, KY 40514 • 859-272-3611

Athens Schoolhouse Antique Shows

Features thousands of square feet of antiques and collectibles under one roof.

6270 Athens Walnut Hill Pike • Lexington, KY 40515 • 859-255-7309

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill

3,000 acres of discovery located in the heart of the scenic Bluegrass Region, less than 30 miles from downtown Lexington. With 34 original Shaker structures, the site is home to the country’s largest private collection of original 19th-century buildings and is the largest National Historic Landmark in Kentucky. Visit The Farm, The Preserve, and the Historic Center. Wagon rides, horseback riding, hayrides, shopping, and dining.

3501 Lexington Road • Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330 • 1-800-734-5611

The Great American Dollhouse Museum and Miniatures Store

Showcases over 200 dollhouses, miniature buildings, and room boxes, furnished in remarkable detail and populated with tiny people at work and play.

344 Swope Drive • Danville, KY 40422 • 859-236-1883

Lake Cumberland State Resort Park

Lake Cumberland cabins and campsites, as well as the Lure Lodge, offer easy access to Lake Cumberland fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, and more.

5465 State Park Rd. • Jamestown, KY 42629 • Phone: (270) 343-3111

Rainbow Harvest Farm

Rainbow Harvest Farm has a large berry operation that includes four acres of blueberries, one-half acre of blackberries, several hundred raspberry bushes, and three thousand strawberry plants. You can pick your own or they will pick for you. At their customer center, you will find a variety of jams and jellies.

Open six days a week 8 am to 8 pm, Closed on Sundays

175 Brushy Branch Rd • Liberty, Kentucky 42539 U.S.A. • 606-787-9142


Highland Manor Winery

Tennessee's oldest and most acclaimed winery featuring award-winning wines, tastings, and picnics in the vineyards. Gift shop offers a large selection of wine accessories, wine chillers, glasses, picnic baskets, bottle toppers, corks, wine and cheese trays, pottery, equestrian themes, and t-shirts.

2965 South York Hwy. • Jamestown, TN 38556 • 931-879-9463

Historic Rugby

Historic RugbyVisit our unique village settled in 1880 by British colonists who envisioned a Utopian oasis on the Cumberland Plateau. Guided tours of five original buildings, built in the Victorian Gothic style, and free award-winning movie in our Visitor Centre. Shop the Rugby Commissary, and other shops, for unusual gifts and fine Appalachian crafts. Eat at the Harrow Cafe. Stay in our unique lodging options. Hike our many surrounding trails.
HOURS (EST):  Thursday-Sunday, 10 am - 5 pm (Cafe serves dinner until 9 pm on Friday and Saturday).
1331 Rugby Parkway (off Hwy 52) • Rugby, TN 37733 • 423-628-2441

Chestnut Hill Winery

One of the largest wineries in the state of Tennessee.

78 Chestnut Hill Road • Crossville, TN 38555 • 931-707-7878

Cumberland County Playhouse

The Cumberland County Playhouse is one of the 10 largest professional theaters in rural America. It serves more than 145,000 visitors annually with two indoor and two outdoor stages.

221 Tennessee Avenue • Crossville, TN 38555 • 931-484-5000

Fall Creek Mennonite Community

Fall Creek Mennonite Community is home to some 60 families and 25 Mennonite-owned and operated businesses. When visiting you'll find a little bit of everything including fresh produce, baked goods, flowers and vegetable plants, custom furniture and wood products, dress and quilt fabrics, gift items, and much more.

2624 Brockdell Rd. • Spencer, TN 38585

Dead Zero Shooting Park

Dead Zero Shooting ParkTennessee's premier shooting destination hosting ranges and clays courses for every shooting discipline! Includes a one-of-a-kind electronic target rifle range with distances from 100 to 1,000-yards! No more pit duty or target changes!

1195 TN-111 • Spencer, TN 38585 • 423-800-7758

Ruby Falls

A breathtaking waterfall located 1,120 feet below the surface of Lookout Mountain. It’s the nation’s largest and deepest waterfall open to the public. Guided tours daily.

1720 S. Scenic Hwy. • Chattanooga, TN 37409 • 423-821-2544

Ruby Falls Zip Stream Aerial Adventure

View the city of Chattanooga from the tree tops at Ruby Falls.

1710 South Scenic Highway • Chattanooga, TN 37409 • 423-821-2544

The Battles for Chattanooga Museum

Located on Lookout Mountain at the entrance to historic Point Park, The Battles for Chattanooga Electric Map & Museum is the perfect starting point for your tour of the area's Civil War battle sites.  Our spectacular three-dimensional electronic battle map presentation of Chattanooga's Civil War history features 5,000 miniature soldiers, 650 lights, sound effects and exceptional details of the major battles which were fought here in November of 1863.

1110 East Brow Road • Lookout Mtn., TN 37350 • 423-821-2812

Tennessee Aquarium

More than 9,000 animals swim, fly and crawl through this aquarium dedicated to educating visitors about freshwater ecosystems.

1 Broad Street, Aquarium Plaza • Chattanooga,TN 37402 • 1-800-262-0695

Tennessee Aquarium Imax Theatre

The Tennessee Aquarium in Downtown Chattanooga TN is located on the Chattanooga Riverfront. Voted the best of all Chattanooga attractions, the Tennessee Aquarium offers 10,000 aquatic animals, new IMAX Movies and the most thrilling Chattanooga riverboat cruises on the Tennessee River.

1 Broad St, • Chattanooga, TN 37402 • 1-800-262-0695

Creative Discovery Museum

Recognized as one of the premier hands-on children's museums in the region.

321 Chestnut Street • Chattanooga, TN 37402 • 423-756-2738

Incline Railway

The Incline’s trolley-style cars climb through the natural beauty surrounding historic Lookout Mountain at a breathtaking 72.7% grade – straight up! Sit back, and enjoy the scenic views of the mountains and valleys from the observation windows on the train as well as the panoramic views from the observation tower at the Incline’s top station.

3917 St. Elmo Avenue • Chattanooga, TN 37409 • 423-821-4224 

Tennessee Valley Railroad

Ride 'Railroadings Golden Age' aboard the Tennessee Valley Railroad's restored vintage trains. It's a trip into history on a rolling time machine! Missionary Ridge Local trains run daily from mid-March through October and on weekends only in November.

4119 Cromwell Rd. • Chattanooga, TN 37421 • 423-894-8028

Moon Pie General Store

Take a trip down nostalgia lane and browse through this unique shop with Moon Pie merchandise, toys, candies, retro gifts, and Tennessee souvenirs.

429-B Broad St., Chattanooga, TN 37402 • 423-877-0592

Fall Creek Falls State Park

Tennessee’s largest and most visited state park. Encompasses more than 26,000 acres across the eastern top of the Cumberland Plateau. Fall Creek Falls, at 256 feet, is one of the highest waterfalls in the eastern United States. Other waterfalls within the park include Piney Falls, Cane Creek Falls and Cane Creek Cascades.

2009 Village Camp Road • Spencer, Tennessee 38585 • 423 881-5298

Fall Creek Falls State Park Golf Course

A challenging 18-hole layout carved out of the densely forested woodlands of the Cumberland Plateau. The course was designed by renowned designer Joe Lee. It has been designated as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary by Audubon International.

626 Golf Course Rd. • Spencer, TN 37367 • 423-881-5706

Cumberland Caverns

Cumberland Caverns is the home of 32 miles of caving adventures!

1437 Cumberland Caverns Road • McMinnville, Tennessee 37110 • Phone: 931-668-4396


Rock City

Located on top of Lookout Mountain, just 6 miles from downtown Chattanooga, Rock City is a true marvel of nature featuring massive ancient rock formations, gardens with over 400 native plant species, and breathtaking "See 7 States" panoramic views.

1400 Patten Road • Lookout Mountain, GA • 800-854-0675

Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park

The oldest and largest of America's Civil War parks, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, commemorates the 1863 battles for Chattanooga that marked a major turning point in the war.

3370 Lafayette Road • Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742 • 706-866-9241


Desoto State Park and Desoto Falls

Continuing in the rustic tradition of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), mountainous Desoto State Park is nestled atop beautiful Lookout Mountain in scenic Northeast Alabama and accented by many rushing waterfalls and fragrant wildflowers that will simply take your breath away.

7104 DeSoto Parkway NE • Fort Payne, AL 35967 • 256-845-5380

Little River Canyon National Preserve

Little River is unique because it flows for most of its length atop Lookout Mountain in northeast Alabama. Forested uplands, waterfalls, canyon rims and bluffs, pools, boulders, and sandstone cliffs offer settings for a variety of recreational activities.

4322 Little River Trail NE • Fort Payne, AL 35967 • 256-845-9605 x201

Tigers for Tomorrow at Untamed Mountain

Tigers for Tomorrow at Untamed Mountain is a non-profit 501-c-3 exotic animal park and rescue preserve, home to over 160 animals including tigers, mountain lions, African lions, bears, wolves, and black leopards. 

708 County Road 345 • Attalla, AL 35954 • 256-524-4150

Noccalula Falls Park

Noccalula Falls is a beautiful 90-foot waterfall at the western end of Lookout Mountain.

1600 Noccalula Rd.• Gadsden, AL 35904 • 256-549-4663