Where is Mount Juliet, Tennessee?
Mount Juliet also known as Mt. Juliet is located approximately 13 miles from the Nashville International Airport. Located in Wilson county, Mount Juliet also adjoins the very popular Old Hickory Lake and Percy Priest Lake, granting great water activities and recreation and is known as the City Between the Lakes. Interstate 40 East which runs directly through Nashville TN, gives easy access to the entire Mount Juliet area.
- Approximately 15 miles from downtown Nashville
- Convenient commute to Nashville with easy access to Interstate 40 and Interstate 840
- In the western area of Wilson County and some areas are just over the line in Rutherford County
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History of Mount Juliet, Tennessee
The Village of Mount Juliet was founded in the year 1835 and eventually became incorporated as a Tennessee city in 1972. It is believed to have gotten its name from an Irish Manor. The property tax rate here is one of the lowest and enjoyed by many homeowners. The growing population has lead to more housing, shopping and restaurants.
With Old Hickory Lake, Perc Priest Lake and 5 public parks, Mount Juliet offers plenty of activities for their residents. The population for 2023 is over 44,000 people and growing. Additional lifestyle activities include boating, fishing, golf, hiking, walking and other sports.
The Wilson County Fair, held each summer in Lebanon (about 10 miles to the east) is considered one of the largest County Fairs in Tennessee.
The city is ranked as one of the best places to live in Tennessee due to its low crime rate, good schools, and recreational activities.