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Local Attractions
Cookville is rich in history with plenty of wonderful sites and locations to visit and enjoy.   We’ve listed a few of our favorites that may be of interest to tourists and casual visitors.
Bluegrass Underground is a radio show recorded live 333 feet below ground at Cumberland Caverns in McMinnville, Tn inside of what was named by the first people to behold the natural amphitheatre, The Volcano Room. Distance: About 47 miles Historic West Side Cookville, TN If you visit Cookeville during one of the many festivals and community events held on the West Side you may be able to ride a vintage train, watch the model boat races or taste a dozen varieties of homemade ice cream at the Cream City Crankin' competition. 1 William L Jones Dr Cookeville, TN 38505 Burgess Falls State Natural Area, located in Middle Tennessee, lies on the eastern edge of Tennessee's Highland Rim adjacent to the Cumberland Plateau and is noted for its natural beauty. Distance: 10 miles Boating ~ Fishing ~ Hiking ~ Natural Area Distance: About 51 miles Fall Creek Falls State Park Pikeville, TN Laced with cascades, gorges, waterfalls, streams, and lush stands of virgin hardwood timber, the park beckons those who enjoy nature at her finest. Come float the pristine waters and relax, surrounded by the sounds of nature. There are no McMansions staring you in the face as you cruise the peaceful lake. It feels like you are back in time, back to a virgin forest with an unspoiled lake teeming with fish. PRIVACY & PEACE. Dale Hollow Lake Celina,TN Distance: About 36 miles Cummins Falls State Park Cookville, TN Cummins Falls State Park is a 211 acre park located nine miles north of Cookeville on the Blackburn Fork State Scenic River. In the rolling hills of Jackson County where Putnam and Jackson counties meet, the stream gives way to a 75 foot drop. Distance: 9 Miles
Cookeville TN Saltbox Inn & Stables
Lodging & Event Center full of rustic charm in a scenic outdoor setting.