Directions

Three Creeks Farm is located about 45 minutes west of Nashville and our physical address is 365 Peabody Road, Charlotte, TN 37036.

Route #1:

Many visitors come from the Nashville area, and you can take I-40 west towards Memphis, then take exit 192 Pegram/McCroy Lane. Turn right onto McCrory Lane until it dead ends at Hwy 70. Turn left onto Hwy 70. Take 70 into White Bluff, then turn right onto Hwy 47N (at McDonalds).

You’ll then turn right onto Claylick Rd/County Hwy-381/TN-250, then left onto Petty Rd. Continue on Petty Rd. until taking a right onto Peabody Rd.

Drive up the hill at Peabody Rd. and Three Creeks Farm will be at the top of the hill on the left. This route in Mapquest follows the route detailed above.

Route #2:

Google Maps and some GPS systems will recommend that you take I-40 and then get off at Exit 188 Kingston Springs/Ashland City. This will work but you need to take care.

Exit I-40 and go right on Luyben Hills Dr. You’ll drive a very short distance and come to an intersection with a Sonic. Turn right at that intersection, onto 249/E. Kingston Springs Rd. You’ll drive by Harpeth High School/Harpeth Middle School and will stay on that road, crossing over the Harpeth River, and come to Hwy 70.

Turn left onto Hwy 70.  Take 70 into White Bluff, then turn right onto Hwy 47N (at McDonalds).

You’ll then turn right onto Claylick Rd/County Hwy-381/TN-250, then left onto Petty Rd. Continue on Petty Rd. until taking a right onto Peabody Rd.

Drive up the hill at Peabody Rd. and Three Creeks Farm will be at the top of the hill on the left.

If you do take Exit #188, DO NOT TURN LEFT and drive through the town of Kingston Springs as some GPS systems suggest. This will take you through downtown Kingston springs and up through Deadman’s Curve!

If you do use Exit #188, turn right at Sonic onto  249/E. Kingston Springs Rd. Don’t go left and drive through Kingston Springs.

Route #3:

Some maps and navigators will suggest going through Ashland City and then down to the farm via Hwy 49. We don’t recommend this route at all unless you’re very familiar with the area and like to drive on dangerous, curvy roads.

It also requires you to drive through a few creeks when you get closer to the farm. It may look about the same distance on Google Maps but the combination of I-40 and Hwy. 70 is a much better way.