Within easy driving distance from Beersheba Springs Assembly are unique shops, hiking trails of varying difficulty, swimming and breathtaking scenery.
SHOPS AND STORES
Within a very short walk around the corner to Beersheba Porcelain, you may find local potter Phil Mayhew throwing pots on the front porch of his historic log home, entertaining and educating guests on his unique porcelain mix and firing process.
Tommye Sherrill’s Mountain Home is a unique gift shop located in another of the area’s historic log homes across Hwy 56 and within easy walking distance from the Assembly. Worth the visit!
Beersheba Springs Assembly Gift Shop located in the Quad beside the Hotel Lobby contains fair trade items from Ten Thousand Villages, our personally designed coffee mugs, tee shirts and other items you must see! Please ask our staff and we will be happy to open for your group.
TRAILS, WATERFALLS AND OVERLOOKS
The South Cumberland State Recreation Area features The Stone Door and Savage Gulf with some beautiful hiking trails, scenic overlooks, and spectacular waterfalls. Our staff can provide information on local day hikes and with prior arrangement provide a packed lunch.
Cumberland Caverns is located just north of the Assembly. It is the 4th largest cavern in the United States and features guided tours and over 32 miles of explored passages.