The Highlands

The Highlands at Big South Fork is located on the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee. We are a planned equestrian community on thousands of acres. Private, gated, and tailored to horse lovers. Owners have access to two stalls in the owner's barns without boarding fees. Plus, you can ride miles of state-of-the-art horse trails to fabulous overlooks and rock formations. And, a 12-stall Guest Barn houses your friends’ horses in comfort.

Enjoy a free 4-night stay to explore our communities! Call or email for details.

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Master Plan: Highlands
Phase 1: Highlands
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Riding Trails

White Oak

The White Oak development is 75% sold out. What owners like most about White Oak is having direct access to the great riding trails of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. It's a horse owner's dream come true – hundreds of scenic miles with breathtaking overlooks in one of the nation's most beautiful parks.

Enjoy a free 4-night stay to explore our communities! Call or email for details.

White Oak Riders
White Oak Views
White Oak Property
White Oak Plan Map
White Oak Home Site
Trail Head
Big South Fork Trails
White Oak

East Fork Stables

The Most Fun You Can Have on Horseback!

Racking on the Edge
East Fork Stables
Rental Cabin Example
Guest Barn
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2016 Schedule of Events:

April 28 – May 1: Big Guns and Smokin’ the Trails

May 12 – 15: Wide Open and Burning Down the Trails

May 20 – 22: East Fork Stables Spring Ride (2-day ride)

May 26 – 30: Memorial Weekend

July 1 – July 31: Customer Appreciation -– 25% off Cabin/Site/Stalls

July 9: Cumberland Plateau BBQ Cookoff: 2016 BBQ Form Packet

August 4 – 7: Highway 127 Yard Sale

August 27 – 29: Cumberland Plateau Stage Race

September 2 – 5: Labor Day Weekend

September 8 – 11: North American Trail Conference

September 15 – 18: Racking on the Edge (Race & 3-day ride)

September 22 – 25: Luau Ride (3-days)

October 12 – 16: Oktoberfest Ride (4-day ride)

Make your reservations today! 800-771-8940.

About Us

Rare and Pristine.

In the late 1800s, Bruno Gernt settled in Tennessee and became the founding father of the town of Allardt in Fentress County. One hundred and thirty plus years later, the Allardt Land Company, still operated by Bruno’s descendants, has carefully developed parcels of their holdings into equestrian communities pristine in their natural beauty.

Preserved and reserved for equestrians and dreamers, Highlands at Big South Fork and White Oak are rare opportunities to own a pristine natural homesite. Both developments are replete with amenities to make horse ownership easier and more enjoyable. And, even if you’re not into horses, you can still enjoy the raw natural beauty and abundant outdoor activities of the communities. Few, if any, other developments of this kind enjoy the protection of a centuries-long, family-owned legacy. Allardt Land also offers easy owner financing, making your dream property more accessible than ever before.

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