Springfield, Robertson County Lifestyle

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Things to do

Springfield is located about 30 minutes north of Nashville, which hosts a bustling nightlife along with arts, professional sports, and lots of recreational activities.  Additionally there are numerous state parks, beautiful waterfalls and 3 large lakes which make great day trips.

Utility Information:

Cumberland Electric – CEMC.org

Schools:

East Robertson Elementary – Visit the School Website

East Robertson High School – Visit the School Website

Springfield, TN

Springfield, Tennessee is a historic community located in Robertson County. It is the County Seat and became a city in 1796. The first courthouse was built in 1799.

Rich in agricultural production, the area is known as the "home of the world's finest dark fired tobacco", due to its rich soil and climate. Other crops include, wheat, corn, hay and soybeans. Robertson County is also ranked as a top county for beef and dairy cattle.

In the early years, the county was once known for its fine whiskey, and industry that reached its peak in the 1880's and later died with prohibition.

Springfield, TN is a charming place with a home town atmosphere and just a short drive from the all the amenities of Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville offers Broadway shows, the symphony, professional and college sports, shopping and dining, as well as the country music history that Nashville is famous for.

 

Robertson  County

Robertson County is both rural and suburban. It is located in the northern area of Middle Tennessee and is bordered by the State of Kentucky to the north, Montgomery County(Clarksville, Tennessee) to the West, Cheatham County to the Southwest(Pleasant View and Ashland City), Sumner County (Goodlettsville and Hendersonville) to the East, and Davidson County (Nashville) to the South.

Robertson County has rich history. The County was once known for its fine whiskey, and, at one time, there more than seventy-five whiskey distilleries in operation. Tobacco has been a commercial product since the 1820's, and Springfield is best known as the dark-fired tobacco capital of the world.

Robertson County boasts a population of over 70,000, yet still maintains the country, home town atmosphere.

Cities and towns of Robertson County include:

  • Adams
  • Cedar Hill
  • Coopertown
  • Cross Plains
  • Goodlettsville (partial)
  • Greenbrier
  • Millersville
  • Orlinda
  • Pleasant View (partial)
  • Portland (partial)
  • Ridgetop
  • Springfield
  • White House (partial)

If you are new to Tennessee, you will find that some of cities and towns are shared by two different counties, such as the City of White House which is divided by both Sumner County and Robertson County.

Robertson County Information: www.robertsoncountytn.org

 

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Listing information last updated on October 5th, 2022 at 1:10pm CDT.