Tennessee September 08, 2016
7 Small Towns In Tennessee That Offer Nothing But Peace And Quiet
Hey friends – if you’re looking for a bit of peace and quiet in the midst of the crazy of everyday life, then we have a couple of sweet Tennessee spots that are sure to make you smile. Each of these spots are wonderful in their own way, and we’re completely in love with the country style of the Volunteer State. Here there are good folks, with big smiles. You’ll see.
1. Bell Buckle
Home to Bell Buckle Cafe and the RC Cola + Moon Pie Festival, you'll be in the perfect spot if you're looking for a sweet, small town. The people are kind and the storefronts completely Instagram worthy - you'll fall in love.
2. Leipers Fork
With just a handful of people and buildings in their downtown, Leipers Fork is in Williamson County and provides a foray into the Tennessee countryside. Plus you can visit the original Puckett's!
With a cute downtown area and great schools, Nolensville is an extremely popular place for those commuting into Nashville. Plus, it's a gold mine for antique hunters.
Home to the famous Scopes Trial, Dayton has an annual festival that gives a nod to the past, and has a community of kind folk that give the town an edge, even today.
Home to the gorgeous Watauga Lake, Butler is a darling East Tennessee town that plays host to a ton of summering out-of-state folks during the heated months. The people are kind and their waterways brilliant, with a huge community of lake dwellers.
As one of the oldest towns in Tennessee, Rogersville has a fantastic reputation as a historic and sweet place to stay. Even the snow laden streets are bursting with character.
Located in Tipton County, Covington is only a couple miles from the Mississippi River and rounds out our list with its location in West Tennessee. Have you been?
Is anyone moving about now…?