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Williamson County, TN FAQs

  • located in the state of Tennessee, USA
  • established on October 26, 1799
  • named after Hugh Williamson, a North Carolina politician who signed the U.S. Constitution. The county is located in Middle Tennessee and is part of the Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin Metropolitan Statistical Area.
  • Native American tribes, including the Cherokee and Chickasaw, lived in the area before the arrival of European settlers. 
  • The first European settlers arrived in the late 1700s and the county played an important role in the Civil War, with several battles taking place in the area.

Notable Landmarks

  • Carter House
    • located in Franklin
    • played a significant role in the Civil War, as it served as a Union headquarters during the Battle of Franklin in 1864
    • now a museum and is open for tours.
  • Natchez Trace Parkway
    • runs through the county
    • a 444-mile scenic drive that follows a historic route used by Native Americans and early settlers

  • Lotz House Museum
    • also located in Franklin
    • served as a Confederate field hospital during the Battle of Franklin, and the Leiper’s Fork Village, a historic village with shops, galleries, and restaurants.

  • Harpeth River State Park
  • Franklin Recreation Complex

Bowie Nature Park

Williamson County, TN has a variety of recreational activities for visitors and residents alike. Some popular activities include:

  1. Hiking: The county has several hiking trails, including the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail, the Franklin Battlefield Trail, and the Warner Parks Nature Center Trails.
  2. Biking: The Natchez Trace Parkway has over 40 miles of bike trails, while the county’s rural roads provide a great opportunity for road cycling.
  3. Golfing: Williamson County has several golf courses, including the Vanderbilt Legends Club, the Governors Club, and the Golf Club of Tennessee.
  4. Fishing: The Harpeth River and several lakes in the area provide opportunities for fishing.
  5. Horseback riding: The county has several horseback riding trails, including the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail and the Franklin Battlefield Trail.
  6. Parks: Williamson County has several parks, including Crockett Park, Pinkerton Park, and Harlinsdale Farm.
  7. Sports: The county has several sports facilities, including the Franklin Recreation Complex and the Williamson County Soccer Complex.
  8. Shopping: The county has several shopping centers, including the CoolSprings Galleria and the Factory at Franklin.
  9. Historic Sites: Historic sites such as the Carter House and Carnton Plantation are popular attractions for visitors to the county.

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