Greater Cookeville Area
The Upper Cumberland Region is located in Middle Tennessee between Nashville and Knoxville.
Comprising of 14 rural counties, Cookeville, Tennessee is the region’s hub and home to Tennessee Tech University.
Known for our beautiful lakes including Dale Hollow Lake, Center Hill Lake, and Cordell Hull, this area is the best of rural Tennessee. The UC also houses countless waterfalls, waterways, caves and sprawling state parks.
Located between Nashville and Knoxville, this area is ideal for those wanting to live on the outskirts of major cities while still having straightforward access.
From waterfront lake properties to quaint farms to hidden estates, this area is the best of the state.
cities at a glance
Average Home Value : $193,330
To Nashville: 80 miles
Average Home Value : $197,503
To Nashville: 65 miles
Average Home Value : $100,638
To Nashville: 93 miles
Average Home Value : $168,003
To Nashville: 73 miles
Silver Point, Tenn.
Average Home Value : $198,445
To Nashville: 70 miles
Rock Island, Tenn.
Scout the Area: Local Resources.
Thinking about making the move to Cookeville? Check out the local blog and come to a local event! There’s always something going on at the lake.
Window Cliffs Baxter, Tennessee, a 275-acre state natural area managed by Burgess Falls State Park. Near Cookeville Boat Dock.
Dekalb County may be rural, but there’s always something to do and see at the lake!
It’s October! Summer may be over, but there are still fun things to do at the lake!
2020 Halloween Events in Cookeville, Tennessee
A bird’s eye view of a panoramic scene. Located in Monterey, Tennessee.
Red Silo Brewing Co. located in the WestSide area of Cookeville, Tennessee
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center hill lake
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