There’s something sweet and wonderful about a tiny town – especially a tiny town in the south. Take a look at these lovely Tennessee spots, come visit and experience their small town fervor. Have you been to any…?
12) Hollow Rock
There are still a scant few in Hollow Rock, but the Main Street is full of abandoned storefronts. They're still photogenic, though!
Did you know that Douglas Lake, just south of Morristown, has 513 miles of shoreline? That's so crazy!
One store and a sign, that's all that's out here in Skullbone. Strange times.
Well, Gatlinburg definitely isn't a small town. At all. But it can masquerade as one, so we're adding it - don't you think it's really cute?!
8) Leipers Fork
Little Leipers Fork is always a winner, plus it's home to the original Puckett's!
Williamson County would be a different place without historic Franklin and the cute shops on Main Street.
6) Bell Buckle
One of the tiniest and coolest little towns in the state, Bell Buckle is well worth the hour drive outside of Nashville.
Not small - we know. But their downtown sure likes to masquerade like it is!
Have you ever gone antiquing in a small town? It's insanely worth it.
There's something sweet about this scene from little Mitchellville.
Another railroad crossing - it's almost necessary.
1) Cumberland Gap
Cumberland Gap? You win. You absolutely win.
We’re in love with these small towns. Which one is your favorite?