A fishing line in the water, floating down an untouched river as an eagle flys past on it's way to lunch. A summer evening in a small town listening to live Music on Main Street. Walking the downtown streets where the only shops are "Mom and Pops". Small talk at the coffee shop or courthouse gazebo with the "Ol'timers". There's plenty of visuals that can describe the everyday life of Perry County, but isn't better to experience the best things in life? There's something for you in Perry County. Hiking, boating, camping, fishing, and hunting have been mainstays of Perry County recreation, but there's a whole other side to be discovered... Art, music, and history that spans everything from the civil war and local traditions in our remarkable geneaology department. A step back into those simpler times of our past is possible when you stop by one of our Mennonite communities, as well. We'd love to have you come by! Plan your visit by visiting our website, www.perrycountytennessee.com, or call us at (931)589-2453 for more information. Enjoy Perry County... "It's Just Our Nature"
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Perry County is located 65 miles West of Nashville and 136 miles East of Memphis. The most northern border of the county is just three miles south of Interstate 40, on Hwy. 13. (Take Linden-Waverly Exit 143 and head South)
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