The Stantonville Shiloh Amish Community
This Amish community in Stantonville started in 2009 and is just minutes from Shiloh. Some roads where we found the Amish connect to the Shiloh Battlefield Park. The Stantonville Amish are Swartzentruber and have around 250 Amish in two church districts. The Stantonville Amish were very English-friendly and had many vegetable stands out front in their yard and businesses beside their houses. Getting to the Amish community was easy since they were mostly found on the major roads and had large signs beside their driveways telling visitors what they were selling. If you take our Tennessee Amish Map, you will come from Jackson or Lawrenceburg. We were going towards Jackson, so we first went to Shiloh Battlefield Park and did the tour. Then turned left onto Highway 22 until it met Highway 57, where we turned right. Then turned right onto Highway 224 towards Stantonville. If you are coming from Jackson on Highway 64 East, you can take Highway 45 South to Highway 142 to Stantonville. Here are some photos of the Amish we saw!
The town of Stantonville is tiny. Only around 300 people live here. Adamsville, Tennessee, is to the north and has most of the stores and businesses that most of us are used to. The nearby Shiloh Battlefield Park is nationally known for movies and many civil war documentaries about its history. We show photos of what we saw on our way to the Stantonville community in the carousel. You could also see Pickwick Landing State Park on the way up to see other points of interest.
Stantonville Area Points of Interest
The town of Stantonville is relatively tiny, with just a few places to stop. RJ's Store is the only store. It is where we stop to get something to eat and use the restroom. Highway 224 is across the street and takes you to the Stantonville Amish Community. Since the Shiloh Battlefield Park and Pickwick Landing is the most known places of interest, we will show you a few more and tell you about some exciting places to eat! We only show places that have a social media site or website in the linked places below.
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Directions and our Summary
Enter your address and find your way to the Stantonville Amish Community to see the Swartzentruber Amish farms and vegetable stands out by the roads. Speaking of roads, Highway 224 is called Michie Pebble Road on the signs. We also found them on Russell Gray Store Road, Roy Circle, Pickett Road, and Bud Cleary Road. Weekday visits should be better than other communities since the Amish here had workshops at their homes, so they are close when you pull up in their driveways. The Amish people were friendly to us when we met them, and there wasn't nearly as much traffic on these roads. We recommend visiting the Stantonville Amish Community!
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