Welcome to Lawrence County Tennessee where adventure starts just off the road!
Lawrence county Tennessee is an interesting place with a diverse list of possibilities to keep any traveler happy no matter their age or interest. We're certainly a place you should come see and depending on your route we might be on the way to where you're going but once you get here, you might want to stay a while.
Here are a few things I can tell you about that can only be seen in Lawrence County Tennessee.
Lawrenceburg is the birthplace of southern gospel music. Come see the James D. Vaughan Museum!
Lawrence County is home of David Crockett who's name is on our wonderful state park!
The Lawrenceburg Square sits on the crossing of Jackson's Military Road and the Bell Route of the Trail of Tears.
The Farm Community is a very interesting place to visit in Northern Lawrence County in Summertown
Lawrence County is home to the oldest order of Amish in the USA. Come see the Amish of Ethridge!
Lawrence County has several outdoor activities for all ages and skill levels all year long.
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I'm moving to Lawrence County TN
We are a leader in southern retirement living and community development. Our medical facilities are top notch and our schools get good marks. Here is our resources to help you plan your move to Lawrence County.
I'm visiting Lawrence County TN
We have everything you'd want in a historical destination. From outdoor to indoor entertainment, we can deliver fun and memories rain or shine. Click the link below for more information on our many tourism attractions and events.
I'm looking for an immersive cultural experience
An extended vacation may be just what you need to take in true southern hospitality. Our ability to bring out what's important is life changing for those who want to do their own soul searching.
Do you like what you see?
Consider moving to Lawrence County!
According to this website the (top retirement) places in Tennessee has Lawrenceburg as their #2 pick and another website has Lawrenceburg as their (#10). Many factors go into finding a place to retire that must be answered before deciding on a place to live. Lawrenceburg has no smoke stack industries to pollute the air and water and the proximity to good, quality healthcare is readily available. We found this website (article) interesting when researching retirement in Tennessee. Here are a few categories we felt were important to consider when moving to Tennessee.
- Low cost of living and income requirements
- High doctor to population ratio.
- Quality amenities and housing.
- High percentage of seniors in population.
- No Income Tax
Lawrence County ranks high in retirement living!
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Lawrence county has award winning hospitals and care facilities! We even have a senior living community!
Lawrence county is a great place to call home so we at Visit Lawrenceburg TN created "Homes of Note" to show homes that are available in Lawrence county. These are not merely houses but homes that fit our criteria of what goes into an ideal home in Lawrence county!
Outdoor activities are a great way to have fun in Lawrence county. We have so many places you can get out and see the outdoors. We have literally miles of trails, rivers, and roads you can play on. no matter your age or condition.
Outdoor places around Lawrence county!
David Crockett Park - Has miles of trails through diverse terrain and a paved walking track. The Olympic sized pool is open from May-September. Lindsey lake is great for paddle boats, paddle boards, kayaks, and boat rentals for fishing. There are many pavilions available for picnics and children's play areas and a special section of the trail of tears that is recognized as being the official trail the Native Americans walked in 1838-1839.
Lawrence county has a nightlife scene with restaurants, clubs, and county line bars. Check out our guide for more information!
It's easy to get to Lawrenceburg TN!
Just a short southerly car ride 90 miles from Nashville International Airport (BNA) or a short 84 mile northerly drive up from Huntsville International Airport (HSV) is Lawrenceburg Tennessee the county seat of Lawrence County. We do have our own local airport if you want to fly in locally. Lawrenceburg isn't far off Interstate 65 between Nashville TN and Huntsville AL and Highway 64 between Memphis and Chattanooga.
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