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Wilson County: A Great Place to Call Home!

Living in Wilson County, TN, offers a blend of small-town charm and modern amenities that make it a wonderful place to call home. The county boasts a friendly community atmosphere, excellent schools, and a variety of recreational activities. Residents can enjoy the natural beauty of local parks and lakes, perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, while still having convenient access to the vibrant cultural and economic opportunities of nearby Nashville. With a low crime rate, a growing economy, and a strong sense of community, Wilson County provides a high quality of life and a welcoming environment for families, young professionals, and retirees alike.

Welcome to Lebanon

As the county seat, Lebanon is a vibrant city with a rich history dating back to its founding in 1802. Known for its historic downtown square, Lebanon is home to many shops, restaurants, and cultural landmarks. The city hosts the annual Tennessee State Fair, one of the largest and most popular fairs in Tennessee, attracting visitors from all over the region. Lebanon also prides itself on its excellent schools, Cumberland University, and the beautiful Cedars of Lebanon State Park.  

Lebanon is often referred to as the "Cedar City" due to the abundance of cedar trees in the area. This charming city blends Southern hospitality with a bustling economy, making it an attractive destination for residents and visitors alike. The quality of life in Lebanon is exceptional, offering a blend of small-town charm and urban convenience. Residents enjoy a lower cost of living compared to larger cities while still having access to a wide range of amenities and services.
 

Top-Rated Schools in Lebanon, TN

In the Lebanon area, there are many wonderful options for schools. For elementary schools, there are Byars Dowdy, Castle Heights, Coles Ferry, Jones Brummet, Sam Houston, Carroll-Oakland, Southside, Tuckers Crossroads, and Watertown. For middle schools, there are Walter J. Baird, West Wilson, and Winfree Bryant. For high schools, there are Wilson County Adult, Lebanon, and Watertown. There are also private school options, including Highland Heights Church, Cedars Prep, Friendship Christian, Lebanon Academy, Barry Tatum Academy, and Generation Changer Academy.  

Lebanon's Parks and Green Spaces

We have many parks and outdoor spaces in Lebanon to enjoy. Bartons Creek, Bartons Creek South, and Sinking Creek are some beautiful water spots. Parks in Lebanon include Cairo Park and Playground, Cedar City Trail and Cedar City Trail 2, Don Fox Park and Playground, Hartman Park, and the Lebanon Square.  

Downtown Lebanon Delights: Boutiques, Restaurants, and History

Lebanon is the perfect place for shopping, eating, walking, socializing, and more. There are many boutiques and food options on the Lebanon Square, such as 3: Sixteen, Dreams Boutique, Em+Kate, Jessys Boutique, Jewell and Jane Co., Iddy and Oscars, Harpers Books, Jacks Guitarcheology, Main Street Mercantile and Creamery, Poppies Boutique, Public Square Marketplace, Square Market, The Artful Abode, Urban Mills, The Wellness Barre, and Wilkies. For food and entertainment, there are Basic Eatery, BJ Hot Chicken, Capitol Theatre, Cedar City Brewing Co., Island Breeze Bistro, Main Street Mercantile and Creamery, Polly Sparrow Bakery, Roasted Coconut, and Town Square Social.  

History of Lebanon, TN

The City of Lebanon was founded on a small spring affectionately called Sinking Springs in 1802. The formation of the town square began with a few cedar log buildings, and from that auspicious beginning, a city rich in history was born. As the Square District developed, it was modeled after the Philadelphia Square Plan and is considered an excellent example of a commercial district from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Our Square is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places and in the Citys Square Historic District.  

Welcome to Mt. Juliet, TN

Often referred to as the "City Between the Lakes," Mt. Juliet is one of the fastest-growing cities in Tennessee. Its strategic location between Old Hickory Lake and Percy Priest Lake makes it a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Mt. Juliet offers a high quality of life with its modern amenities, top-rated schools, and a plethora of shopping and dining options at Providence Marketplace. The city's robust economy is supported by a diverse range of businesses, making it a thriving community for both residents and entrepreneurs.