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Community Resources

Kayaking at Henry Horton State Park.



Large rocks looming over the Duck River.



The Historical Athenaeum Rectory in Columbia.
City and County Sites:

http://www.mauryalliance.com/

"The Maury Alliance serves as the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Center of Maury County." This site is a great resource for everything from youth leadership programs to real estate and relocation packages.

http://historicmaury.org/
This is a great overview of the Maury County Historical Society, which promotes "the preservation of historical properties, records and artifacts of Maury County."

http://www.maurycounty-tn.gov/
This site is yet another all-encompassing resource for Maury County residents.

http://www.columbiatn.com/
These pages offer good reading and helpful information for all things regarding Columbia.

Recreational Sites:

If you're looking for great outdoor adventures within driving distance, check out this site.

http://www.stateparks.com/henry_horton.html
Henry Horton State Park offers Maury County residents a beautiful place to take advantage of family outings.

http://www.state.tn.us/environment/tn_consv/archive/duckriver.htm
Oh, the Duck River! Approximately 37 miles of this river received the State Scenic River designation, making it one of only 13 such rivers in Tennessee. The scenic section begins in Columbia, at Iron Bridge Road. Visit this site. Then, go exploring.

http://www.muleday.com
Every April holds one of the most anticipated weeks in Columbia: Mule Day. It is a gathering so festive that it draws over 200,000 visitors throughout the U.S. and abroad.

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