Columbia, TN is a charming southern town that offers plenty of activities for visitors during the spring season. Here are some reasons why you should consider visiting Columbia, TN in the spring:

  1. Presidential James K. Polk Home Garden: The Polk Gardens bloom the most spectacular colors during spring each year. Enjoy the the beautiful pink and white blooms as you browse the historic home and extravagant gardens. 

  2. Mule Day: Mule Day is an annual festival held to celebrate the city's mule trading history and southern heritage. It is typically held in the first week of April and features various events and activities such as, mule shows, food vendors, arts and crafts, live music, and the Mule Day Parade, always held on the first Saturday in April. The festival attracts visitors from all over the region and is considered one of the largest events of its kind in the country.

  3. Disc Golf: Disc golf is one of the fastest growing sports, and Columbia has one of the best and robust courses. With 18 holes surrounded by the beautiful scenery of Woodland Park, you can enjoy the entire day. The course is suitable for beginners and offers a mix of wooded and open holes.

  4. Columbia Cultural Trail: The Columbia Cultural Trail is a self-guided walking tour that takes you through downtown Columbia and the Columbia Arts District exploring the arts, music, culture, and history of this vibrant city. Murals, cultural places of interest, historical markers, and live music venues are some of the points of interest you’ll experience when you download this free app

  5. Outdoor activities: With milder temperatures and longer days, spring is a great time to explore Columbia's parks and hiking trails. Check out Maury County Park, Chickasaw Trace Park, or the Columbia Riverwalk Park for some fresh air and exercise.

  6. Historic downtown: Columbia's downtown square is full of charming shops, restaurants, and historic buildings. Take a stroll down Main Street to admire the architecture and stop in for a bite to eat or some shopping.

  7. Wineries: Columbia is home to several beautiful wineries that offer amazing views with tours and tastings, such as Amber Falls Winery, Keg Springs Winery, and Natchez Hills Vineyard.

Pick your dates and plan your Spring in Columbia, Tennessee! Pair your spring trip with some of the best stays