Cottontown and Sumner County Lifestyle


Things to do Around Cottontown

Gallatin is the county seat of Sumner County and is located about 30 miles northeast of Nashville, TN.  Downtown Gallatin features a charming historic district with numerous restaurants. Gallatin is also know for it's community parks, marinas and community events.  

Hendersonville is another lakefront community with wonderful parks and marinas and boat access ramps.  It also boasts plentiful shopping at the Streets of Indian Lake and Glenbrook as well as numerous restaurants. Hendersonville has a fantastic walking trail you don't want to miss!

White House, TN is home to a beautiful greenway for hiking and biking,  and the community enjoys the many festivals and community activitites throughout the year.  White House is a growing community with its own restaurants and shopping.

There is always something exciting going on in Downtown Nashville! Fine dining, shows and museums are available to suit a wide-range of interests..

Local Government Websites

Sumner County



White House

Liberty Creek School District 

Liberty Creek Elementary - Visit the School Website
Liberty Creek Middle School - Visit the School Website
Liberty Creek High School – Visit the School Website


About COTTONTOWN, Tennessee

Cottontown is a small, unincorporated community in Tennessee with a population close to 400.  It was named after named Capt. Thomas Cotton, a Revolutionary War veteran from North Carolina.  It is a serene community dotted with picturesque farms and gently rolling hills. 

Cottontown is located near several major highways, including Interstate 65, which runs from north to south through Tennessee.  It's sister cities are Gallatin, Hendersonville and White House, Tennessee where you will find all major conveniences, shopping, restaurants, hospitals and anything else you may need.

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