Smith County

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Smith County

Population in Smith County is 20,000+

County Information

Smith County is located in Middle Tennessee and is known for its rural character, scenic landscapes, and agricultural heritage. The county seat, Carthage, is a small town with a historic courthouse square. Agriculture, manufacturing, and healthcare are significant contributors to the local economy. The county is valued for its close-knit communities and natural beauty.

Popular Things To Do In Smith County

Defeated Creek Park
This park along the Cordell Hull Lake offers boating, fishing, hiking, and camping opportunities.
Smith County Heritage Museum
Located in Carthage, it showcases the history and heritage of Smith County.
Old Mill Camp and General Store
A historic site in Silver Point, offering a glimpse into the past with a working gristmill, museum, and general store.

Popular Places To Eat In Smith County

Black Pearl Restaurant and Lounge
Known for its Southern-style cuisine and cozy atmosphere, this restaurant is a local favorite in Carthage.
Nick's Restaurant
Offers a variety of American dishes, known for its homestyle cooking.
El Rey Mexican Restaurant
A popular spot for Mexican cuisine in Carthage.

Major Employers In Smith County

Smith County Board of Education
Provides educational services to the community, overseeing local schools.
Tennessee Tech University
Offers higher education and workforce development programs in Carthage.
Smith County Memorial Hospital
Provides a range of healthcare services to residents of Smith County and surrounding areas.

Cities located In Smith County

  • Carthage (County Seat)
  • Gordonsville
  • South Carthage
  • Pleasant Shade

Schools In Smith County

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