Outside Davidson County

Visit Cookeville

About This Spot
Located just east of Nashville, you will find charm and adventure in Cookeville, Tennessee. Surrounded by more than 150 waterfalls, 1,200 miles of nearby lake shoreline, scenic backroads and home to world-renowned chefs, artists and even the fittest on earth, Cookeville is "A Natural Fit" for your travel planning. From a leisurely float on Cane Creek Lake to a curve-hugging ride on some of the country’s most scenic backroads; from history hikes to Wine, Shine & Stein tours; from craft beer to craft coffee; from downtown antiquing to upscale boutiquing; from taking in a symphony concert in the park to taking on an adrenaline-filled workout aside elite crossfitters; from award-winning fare to countess festivals; you don't want to miss a trip to Cookeville.
Cookeville ranks as a top 10 (No. 7) walkable city in Tennessee, with sidewalk accessibility and a walkscore of 28. Average for Tennessee: 22.

Heart of the City Playground, located downtown, adjacent to Dogwood Park, is an all-inclusive fully accessible playground.

The majority of our area parks, attractions and lodging destinations are ADA Accessible.
Group Rates
9am-5pm Tues.-Fri., 10am-3pm Sat.