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Seiverville, Tennessee to see/do?

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We have booked a cabin in Seiverville in may for a week. Have never been to the area (or anywhere in Tennessee) so am interested in things to do.

We are 2 families traveling tooth. Myself, my husband, our 19 and 13 yr old boys. Then my brother, sister in law and their 20yr old daughter.

My niece wants to go on a trail ride so I am looking for a stable that will be suitable for her (beginner) as well as my boys who both ride hunter/jumper competitively so it isn't 'boring' for them.

Also thinking an atv type tour would be good for all. Other then that suggestions are welcome as to good things to see/do.

Restaurants? My sister in law and niece only eat fish/chicken but I'm sure brother would enjoy having something other then that ;o)

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