Admission: Free – Donations are welcome
Phone: (828) 494-7855

Located in the Smoky Mountain foothills, Fields of the Wood is a fascinating outdoor biblical park created by A.J. Tomlinson, who had a revelation from God, which inspired him to build the “world’s largest Ten Commandments,” which is still on site.
The world’s largest Ten Commandments is 30 ft high and 50 ft wide, displayed proudly upon a sloped hill. It is intended to be a quiet, reflective place.

321 steps ascend to the top of Prayer Mountain, there is also a paved road to drive up if you prefer, where you will enjoy a bird’s eye view of the grounds.

Among the other attractions are the world’s largest altar, a concrete structure 80 feet long.

To round out the experience, Fields of the Wood offers visitors a café and gift shop.

Learn more: Fields of the Wood

Fun fact: The words are made out of concrete and each letter is 5 foot tall and 4 foot wide.

Submitted By:

Garry Huffman & Ida Claire

Westminster, SC

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