About Owen Farm
Tommy Owen - 1940-1999
I'm going down to the barn", is what Daddy always said. Tommy Owen left behind many legacies, most importantly, three sons, six grandsons, two granddaughters as well as a lifetime of memories many people cherish. Our parents bought the farm, located on the bluffs of the Cumberland River, from "Ms. Suzanna" Crocker in the early seventies. He loved this place and spent years making it what it is today. Daddy raised cows, tobacco, and hay but mostly he just enjoyed the time he spent here. We lost Daddy in 1999 and miss him dearly. We know he would love that his sons andgrandchildren are carrying on what he began, and that all of us have fallen in love with this place too. Now we hope to share the beauty of our farm with our customers for years to come.
Throughout the year, Owen Farm serves as a venue for a variety of group activities such as concerts, weddings, company picnics, scouting activities, and conferences. No event is too large or too small. We also offer a covered stage and tractor tire playground with a sixty foot slide.
Owen Farm offers adventures for those interested in returning to simpler time and the modern day sportsman and conservationist alike. Overlooking the banks of the Cumberland River in beautiful and historic Cheatham County, Tennessee, we are conveniently located near a variety of outdoor opportunities including fishing, boating, biking, and hiking. Owen Farm is located adjacent to the celebrated Tennessee's Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail. A four and half mile paved biking and hiking trail that meanders along Sycamore Creek and overlooks the Cumberland River itself.
Owen Farm stands as a legacy to Tommy & Shirley Owen and their love of people and all things outdoors. Their children, and grandchildren honor their memory by sharing the farm with all who wish for a simpler time or want to make new family memories. Call today and allow us to help plan your event.