I have a soft spot for this place due to the fact my relatives helped bring the Village together. The general store there was owned and operated by my great, great uncle which was moved from the Link community in Southern Rutherford County. It is a representation of what "Pioneer" living would have been like in Middle Tennessee as all the buildings were structures moved from various parts of the county. This Village is also home to the World's Largest Cedar Bucket and Uncle Dave Macon Days, which a local blue grass festival in honor of Grand Ole Opry Star Dave Macon. It's a great place for family pictures and killing time while walking on the Greenway around the city. There is even a small church located there in which I have attended several weddings.