Lakemont – I really liked Lakemont, from the old trucks, murals painted on the buildings, to the stores in the historic buildings. A few buildings have plaques with the history.
Annie’s at Alleys really good rueben sandwiches. Annie’s also have antiques, cold drinks, wine, beer,.sandwiches. 8476 Old Hwy 441
Lakemont Gallery – Landscape Paintings, Pottery, Wood Crafts, Baskets, Twig Furniture, Inlay Furniture, Photography, Gifts, Home Décor. Lakemont Gallery is housed in the restored historic Lakemont Lodge Building of 1910. 8538 Old Hwy 441 S
Personify Shop’s mission is to personalize the world with unique and beautiful items. They feature handmade items, home decor, women’s clothing , boutique jewelry, luxury fragrance and candle lines, gifts, and more. 8452 Old Hwy 441 South, Lakemont
Old Hwy 441 runs through Lakemont, continue north to Hillside Orchard on the left. 18 Sorghum Mill Rd. Lakemont
Hillside started in 1983 as a small cannery. Now they have over 700 products that they make. At the farm they have blackberry picking in the summer. Corn maze in the fall, gem mining for the kids in the barn yard. Feed the goats and see the animals at Grandpa’s barnyard. Enjoy fritters, fried apple pies, cider and ice cream. Check out the moonshine still, old tractor and blacksmith shop.
Continue North on Old Hwy 441 till you get to Tiger Mountain Vineyard. 2592 Old Hwy 441 South, Tiger
Tiger – There are two popular legends as to how Tiger got its name. The first is that it was named after a Cherokee chief named Tiger Tail. The second (and more likely) story is that the name came from the cry of roaming panthers
Tiger Mountain Vineyards – They are an award winning winery. The red barn behind the tasting room has a restaurant The Red Barn Café. I have been to this winery before so we continued on.
Take Bridge Creek Rd to Stonewall Creek Vineyard. 323 Standing Deer Lane, Tiger
Stonewall Creek Vineyard – The grape vines and tasting room cannot be seen from the main road. The vineyard is a pleasant surprise. I enjoyed the wine tasting. They will be closed from December 19 to March 19.
Goats On The Roof is a fun family stop! Lots to do, they carry Amish foods, Amish Furniture, unique gifts, T-Shirts, homemade fudge, homemade ice cream, gem mining. Of course the stars are the goats. Purchase goat food, and you can feed the goats by hand or send it up to them. Kids and the young at heart really enjoy this stop. 3026 Hwy 441 S. Check out the website – www.goats-on-the-roof.com