Muddy Pond Mennonite Community

Highway 62, one mile west of Clarkrange and follow the signs

A working wheelwright at the Mennonite settlement at Muddy Pond, Tennessee, shows how he makes wheels for buggies and wagons using old-time methods. 

There are variety of family-owned businesses offering:

Baked goods: All are great!

Leather products- Jay & Ervin's Leather Supply - Jay and Ervin are third-generation leather makers and are "in the know" about any leather supplies you could want or need.
When you come to visit Muddy Pond, visit the Baumans and see their Impressive shop and supplies.

General Store:
They have great homemade candies, cheese and bread! They also have handmade bonnets, and rocking chairs. Lots more - a must stop and shop :)

Sweet Sorghum-Molasses
Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill
Mark Guenther: Sales Contact
3780 Muddy Pond Road
Monterey, TN 38574
Phone: 931-445-3509
Watch Us Make Sorghum Molasses On Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays during September & October

Muddy Pond Forge was established in 1989 as a "1900's" blacksmith and carriage shop.
Services include a full service wheelwright shop to build or rebuild wheels from as small as a child's wagon to the largest wagon wheel.
"We do general wagon and carriage repairs or we will do a complete restoration.

We do historical restorations using the same materials, procedures and the same quality as were used when the carriages were built originally.
We do only top quality paint jobs, traditional carriage upholstery with tufted seats in leather, leatherette or cloth. We make standing tops for spring wagons or folding tops for carriages.

In our blacksmith department we can forge and make any part needed for wagons and carriages from a pair of shafts to a missing part. We also do general blacksmithing services for the community.

Our shop is equipped with the best machinery from the late 1800's to the early 1900's. It is all run with flat belts off a line shaft soon to be powered by a 1903 Steam Engine."