Quality of Life
A PERFECT PLACE TO CALL HOME.
Crockett County has it all—historic sites and beloved festivals, unique restaurants and well-preserved outdoor areas, affordable cost of living and mild climate. Natural beauty, a strong arts community and thriving boutiques combine to make Crockett County a great place for people with varied interests.
With all the charms of a Southern small town, and all the variety of bigger cities, Crockett County is a great place to visit and an even better place to call home.
Crockett County has adventures for every type of outdoor enthusiast. If you just want to stroll out in nature, enjoy the walking trails in almost every city in the county or along Davy Crockett Lake. Fishermen and water-sports enthusiasts love Crockett Lake and the many rivers throughout the county. Wildlife lovers seek out Horns Bluff Wildlife Refuge. The Crockett Golf and Country Club has an 18-course set among beautiful scenery.
Crockett County is home to a growing arts and festival community. The county seat of Alamo offers many parks, historic attractions and outdoor adventures. Green Frog Farm is a beautiful venue for special events and festivals. Bells has an active arts community and a historic theater. The West Tennessee Cotton Festival has been a tradition in the county since 1987.
The small-town feel and friendly residents make Crockett County the place for families. Explore unique attractions like the Tennessee Safari Park in Alamo and the Green Frog Farm with an arboretum, museum and cabins. Local ballfields, parks and natural areas, like Horns Bluff Refuge, make getting outside with family even more enjoyable.