A 70-minute drive from downtown Nashville, Tennessee could land you on a hidden hilltop called "Hippie Hill." The wooded hilltop is home to travelers from as far away as Alaska who are traveling the country in search of good music, relaxing days and a cold beverage. Well, not that cold, there is no electricity on Hippie Hill, nor is there running water.
Despite a lack of city utilities and city water, you will stay hydrated. There is a fresh water spring at the bottom of the hill. It is also helpful to know that you are only 24-miles away from the Short Mountain Distillery (legal moonshine) and 39-miles away from the famous Jack Daniels Distillery. The hill is also 25 miles away from the equally famous George Dickel Distillery.
The residents and guests live in tents, tee-pee's, old school buses from the 1950's, tree-houses, pull behind campers from the 60's and makeshift shacks. If you visit, bring a tent or perhaps a cozy hammock.
Quiet - is one way to describe Hippie Hill. A second... peaceful.