Warren County is conveniently located half-way between Nashville and Chattanooga, between Interstates I-24 and I-40, in the foothills of the Cumberland Plateau. Here you will find some of the most beautiful scenery in all of Tennessee. From golf, tennis, fishing, hunting, mountains, and rivers to our beautiful state park and our historic and charming heritage, Warren County has something to offer almost any recreational enthusiast.

A small county with a scenic setting and proud historic legacy, Smith County is located within a comfortable drive from Nashville, Knoxville, or Chattanooga. The panoramic view of the Cumberland River and the beautiful and majestic hillsides from the historic Cordell Hull Bridge is well worth the drive! You''re invited to visit with us, relax, take your time, and really look at the area's natural beauty. Listen to the river's music, smell the sweet country air, taste some of our hometown country cooking, stay for one of our many festivals, or listen to our local music.

A mecca of amazing natural beauty, Scott County offers residents and guests an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities. The 125,000-acre Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area offers some of the best-known equestrian trail-riding and whitewater boating opportunities in the Southeastern U.S., while the 140,000-acre North Cumberland WMA is home to one of the largest free-ranging elk herds east of the Mississippi River.

Come see why Scott County is a great place to live, visit and do business!

Putnam County includes a strong railroad heritage, Civil War era sites and a wealth of historical buildings that make it a haven for those looking for a glimpse into our nation's past. They''ll keep you busy visiting their many art galleries; hiking or picnicking in one of the beautiful parks or wilderness areas; or boating, water skiing or fishing on one of the three area Corps of Engineers lakes -- one inside the county that has 415 miles of shoreline. You may want to enjoy a concert -- indoors at a variety of amphitheaters and concert halls or outdoors in an open-air pavilion. You can buy contemporary and traditional crafts at the South''s premier retailer of fine crafts. Stroll through history by visiting the quaint downtown retail center, the Cookeville History and Depot museums, or by viewing the beautiful historic architecture of their public and commercial buildings and residences throughout the city.


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