Campbellsville is not a forgotten community, nor is it a community that has forgotten its past. Established during Giles County’s infancy, Campbellsville has survived as a community for two centuries, experiencing the ebb and flow of events that changed the nation and the world. Yet, the peaceful hamlet nestled beneath the tall hills of the Southern Highland Rim, surrounded with broad fields of rich, brown soil and nourished by the deep waters of Big Creek, has remained unchanged in its pride, beauty and hospitable nature. The Campbellsville Area Association hosts an annual Heritage Festival, is erecting a marker on the Civil War Trail, developed a driving tour (free map download at http://campbellsvilletn.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2013-04-05T11:16:00-05:00) and holds other community events to bring people to the small town throughout the year.
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Campbellsville is located on Tennessee Highway 166 North between Pulaski and Mt. Pleasant.