North American Lineman Training Center is located in rural Tennessee, about 50 miles west of Nashville, and about 160 miles east of Memphis. The beautiful hilly terrain is lush and green in the spring and summer, changing to the beautiful autumn colors of the fall season.  Tennessee is abundant in State Parks, rivers, and lakes, so if you like hunting, hiking, camping, canoeing, white-water rafting, boating, water-skiing, snow skiing, horseback riding or golfing, you have found your niche. Montgomery Bell State Park, Kentucky and Percy Priest Lakes, and the Tennessee and Harpeth Rivers are all within an hours drive.  Also, McEwen has a golf course for your convenience, or you can check out the other golf courses in the surrounding area as close as twenty minutes from town.

Being known as the ‘Home of Country Music’, Nashville is just an hour away where you can enjoy the sounds of some of the best country singers at the various venues in town including the Gaylord Entertainment Center. You can also witness stars in the making as newcomers perform at the famous Bluebird Café.  Visit ‘The Grand Ole Opry’ located next to Opry Mills Shopping Center, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, The Ryman Auditorium, Music Row, or the famous ‘Printer’s Alley’ for nightlife and dining. Don’t forget to visit Loretta Lynn’s Dude Ranch at Hurricane Mills.  Sports fans can enjoy the games of our home teams, the Tennessee Titans football team, the Predators hockey team, or the Nashville Sounds baseball.

Over the weekend, you might want to take a trip to Memphis and visit Elvis Presley’s Graceland or the famous Beale Street, home of the Blues, just two and a half hours away. Sports fans will enjoy watching the Memphis Grizzlies, Redbirds or Riverkings sports teams in action.  On another weekend you might want to drive the opposite direction to East Tennessee to Knoxville, home to the UT Vols, visit Dolly Parton’s Dollywood in Pigeon Forge or drive on in to Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains.

You will most certainly enjoy attending The North American Lineman Training Center with its peaceful rural setting and hometown flavor here in Middle Tennessee.  Plan to enjoy your stay here with plenty of things to do on your days off if you choose, or you might just want to relax and enjoy the fresh air and countryside that our area has to offer you.