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Bledsoe County, TN Sinkhole Map

Sinkhole Count: 151

Bledsoe County, TN FAQs

Bledsoe County, TN and its History

  • established in 1807
  • named after Anthony Bledsoe, a prominent settler in the area who was killed by Native Americans
  • the county played a role in the Civil War, with both Confederate and Union troops passing through the area

What are the notable landmarks in Bledsoe County, TN?

Cumberland Trail

  • a scenic hiking trail that runs for over 300 miles through the state of Tennessee
  • the trail passes through Bledsoe County
  • offers opportunities for hiking, camping, and wildlife viewing

Bledsoe County Courthouse

  • built in 1905
  • listed on the National Register of Historic Places
  • features a distinctive clock tower and houses the offices of the county government

First Baptist Church of Pikeville

  • one of the historic churches in Bledsoe County, TN
  • established in 1821 and is still in use today

Wheeler House

  • a historic home built in the late 19th century
  • located in Bledsoe County
  • now a bed and breakfast

Old Bellview School

  • built in 1905
  • now serves as a museum that showcases local history and artifacts

Outdoor recreational activities in Bledsoe County

Fall Creek Falls State Park

  • features numerous waterfalls, hiking trails, campsites, and picnic areas
  • also offers opportunities for swimming, fishing, and horseback riding

Fall Creek Falls Golf Course

  • great golfing spot
  • provides a scenic 18-hole course that overlooks the park’s beautiful landscape

Cumberland Caverns

  • offers guided tours of a stunning underground world of caves and rock formations.

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