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Cotton Junction app

Drive into West Tennessee’s delta where cotton, Elvis and B.B. were king. Stop by Jackson's Casey Jones Village, named for the legendary Cannonball Express engineer. The Old Country Store will delight your taste buds with down-home cooking. Plan on a grand evening at Memphis' historic Orpheum Theatre. You can still see remnants of the classic period of American road travel. From the World’s Largest Teapot Collection in Trenton and The Mindfield sculpture park in Brownsville, West Tennessee is full of historic roadside attractions. You can spend an afternoon—or a week—exploring delicious flavors, exotic sights and tantalizing sounds of Mississippi River country.

Let this app be your guide to more than 102 points of interest along Cotton Junction Trail. Filter points of Interest by interest category or by "favorite" and reorder points of interest to fit your schedule and travel plans. Search points of interest nearest to you or find upcoming events along the trail. With the Cotton Junction app and a customized trail experience in the palm of your hand, it's time hit the trail!


• View points of interest as a list, tiles or in a map

• "Favorite" points of interest to create a custom trail itinerary

• Share points of interest on Facebook, check in to points of interest or upload a photo

• View points of interest by category and see how many points of interest are included in each category

• Filter points of interest by interest category including What's Nearby, Food & Wine, Nature & Outdoors, Attractions, Sports & Rec, Civil War, History & Heritage, Agritourism or Music & Arts.

• View "Did You Knows?" along the trail for interesting facts about the trail's points of interest

• Click on a point of interest to read a full description, view photos and find contact information

• Find events along the trail throughout the year

• Click on the trail playlist to enjoy trail-related tunes

About Cotton Junction

The river, the people, and the land and its produce are all deeply intertwined in the history of the Cotton Junction Trail, a Discover Tennessee Trails & Byways initiative. West Tennessee has contributed enormously to the world’s musical heritage, helping to birth blues, rock ’n’ roll, and rock-a-billy. And, the region has played a crucial role in the history of the United States, seeing spectacular river battles and land engagements during the Civil War, and contributing greatly to the economic welfare of the nation.

The trail is named for the hypnotic beauty of the region’s signature cotton fields in early fall. Cotton Junction Trail is dotted with amazing stories, historic landmarks and unique sights. Nutbush is the birthplace or home of many prominent music pioneers and recording artists, such as Hambone Willie Newbern, Sleepy John Estes and Tina Turner. Nearby Brownsville is home to the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center where the culture of the rich delta soil is celebrated and musical pioneers are honored. There’s more than meets the eye, or the ear, here in West Tennessee. Follow the rails, lose yourself in the fields of white, and find the tune that speaks to your soul on the historic Cotton Junction trail.

What's New

Version 2.01

Updated load speed.

Additional location images.


Designsensory, Inc.
19.4 MB
Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, German
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2014 Designsensory, Inc.


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