The World's Largest Gathering of Geocachers Comes to the Bell Buckle Green


The Bell Buckle Green was chosen as the venue for GeoWoodstock VII bringing this event to Bell Buckle despite tough competition from around the country. GeoWoodstock is the world’s largest gathering of geocachers. Combining a meet and greet opportunity for players from around the world with a series of classes, workshops, entertainment, a commercial venue featuring the single largest assembly of Geocaching related vendors, and appearances by legends of the Geocaching community. 

Geocaching is a free real-world outdoor treasure hunt. Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using a smartphone or GPS and can then share their experiences online. This large community often travels long distances to hunt desirable geocaches, like those in Middle Tennessee.

GeoWoodstock has grown from a small meeting into the international annual convention for the game of Geocaching. The GeoWoodstock event is a family oriented recreational gathering which started eight years ago in a small park in Louisville, Kentucky. Over the last seven years GeoWoodstock has grown from this small gathering at a local park to an internationally-attended festival that has filled state parks in Florida and Texas, a fairground in North Carolina, and a resort farm in Santa Monica, California. Over five thousand people attended the GeoWoodstock VII in Bell Buckle, Tennessee, where the event literally took over the town.

Bell Buckle Green Hosts Tennessee State Bike Show Championship


The low rumble of those big hogs filled the air in Bell Buckle when the Official Tennessee State Bike Show Championship took place.

Bell Buckle Motorcycle Days was held on the Bell Buckle Green Saturday, May 20, with food, entertainment and a lot of motorcycles moving through the streets.

Organizers said that state Sen. Jim Tracy was instrumental in getting the official state designation for the event.

The event was sponsored by Bumpus Harley-Davidson, Captain Rodney's, the Bell Buckle Chamber of Commerce, Bell Buckle Cafe and Sloan's Motorcycle & ATV Supercenter.

11th Annual "Old-Fashioned Haunted Evening" Returns to the Bell Buckle Green

After a decade "on the Green" we once again celebrated Halloween with the 11th Annual Old-Fashioned Haunted Evening.  This event, presented by Bell Buckle Chamber of Commerce, is a long-time favorite and has proven a very popular way for the Chamber to give back to the townspeople.

Contests were held for witch cackling, werewolf howl, best carved pumpkin, mayor's monster mash, best costume (all age groups), best pet costume, the biggest pumpkin grown in Bedford County and much more.

A karaoke contest was also held with cash prizes for best female, male and duo or group. Other attractions included the Tunnel of Terror presented by the Liberty School Drama Club; fortune tellers; the haunted hayride provided by the Bell Buckle Lions Club; and games for all ages.