Thursday, June 17th, 2010
Loretta Lynn is not homeless and living in a bus. Tabloid reports to the contrary, the recent floods in and around Nashville, did not take the country superstar’s home. “Ain’t that somethin’?” Lynn said about the homeless rumor. “The water did get right up to my house. That scared me to death. No one could get in or out. We didn’t have power for six days, so we used a tour bus generator for power.” Unfortunately, Lynn doesn’t have a helicopter to get onto and off of her Tennessee ranch.
Thursday, May 27th, 2010
Loretta Lynn’s Ranch has completed clean up from the flood and is now in full operation. Tours, museums, all retail, and RV park are now open for daily business from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, 7 days per week. For more information please call the ranch office at 931-296-7700.
Wednesday, May 5th, 2010
Loretta Lynn’s Ranch was damaged by the 2010 Flood of TN this May. As the repair progress is concerned, they are slowly putting things back together. Repair and dozer crews have been working 12 hours a day since the flood to cleanup and repair the damage so that the ranch can open back up. Damages are mainly directed to the property itself, the road to the Western Town area has been completely washed away so there is no access to the shops tours or museums, this has caused the entire ranch to shut down till further notice. Loretta and her family are doing great and look forward to the ranch opening up as soon as possible. Please check back here or call the ranch office at 931-296-7700 for the reopening dates.