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Counties in Tennessee that I have Visited

There are 95 counties in Tennessee
The Volunteer State

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Tennessee County Outline Map

Tennessee, courtesy of: Mob Rule

I have visited 53 Counties = 55.8% of Counties in Tennessee


Jack Daniel Distillery

Jack Daniel Distillery
Lynchburg, Tennessee

State Capitol in Nashville
State Highpoint at Clingmans Dome


Counties in Tennessee

Below are the 95 counties in Tennessee. Although infrequent, counties sometimes do change so please let me know if any of this information is out of date and I will update it. Those counties that I have visited are in Red. If I have a photograph or other item associated with a county somewhere else on my website, there will also be a link.
  1. Anderson
  2. Bedford
  3. Benton
  4. Bledsoe
  5. Blount: Rocky Top
  6. Bradley
  7. Campbell
  8. Cannon
  9. Carroll
  10. Carter
  11. Cheatham
  12. Chester
  13. Claiborne: Résumé Bait and Switch
  14. Clay
  15. Cocke
  16. Coffee
  17. Crockett
  18. Cumberland
  19. Davidson: Egyptian Revival Churches; Big River Brewing Company
  20. De Kalb
  21. Decatur
  22. Dickson
  23. Dyer
  24. Fayette
  25. Fentress: Time Zone Limits
  26. Franklin
  27. Gibson
  28. Giles
  29. Grainger
  30. Greene
  31. Grundy
  32. Hamblen
  33. Hamilton: Impressive Pedestrian Bridges; Label Me Elmo
  34. Hancock
  35. Hardeman
  36. Harding
  37. Hawkins
  38. Haywood
  39. Henderson
  40. Henry
  41. Hickman: Grinder's Switch
  42. Houston: A Tale of Three Ridges
  43. Humphreys: Inland Hurricane
  44. Jackson: No Names and Nameless
  45. Jefferson
  46. Johnson
  47. Knox: World's Fair Towers; Traffic Camera Mahem
  48. Lake: Reelfoot Lake, Tiptonville, Tennessee
  49. Lauderdale: Low Clearance; Riverboat Adventure
  50. Lawrence
  51. Lewis
  52. Lincoln
  53. Loudon
  54. Macon
  55. Madison
  56. Marion: Tennessee-Georgia Boundary Dispute
  57. Marshall
  58. Maury
  59. McMinn
  60. McNairy
  61. Meigs
  62. Monroe
  63. Montgomery
  64. Moore: Jack Daniel Distillery
  65. Morgan
  66. Obion
  67. Overton
  68. Perry
  69. Pickett: Smallest county population in Tennessee (4,945 people in 2000 Census).
  70. Polk
  71. Putnam
  72. Rhea
  73. Roane: Improbable Connections
  74. Robertson: The Other White House
  75. Rutherford
  76. Scott: Great Scott
  77. Sequatchie
  78. Sevier: Clingmans Dome
  79. Shelby: Largest county in Tennessee (755 square miles) and largest county population in Tennessee (897,472 people in 2000 Census); Hernando DeSoto Bridge; Mud Island Riverwalk; Move Along, Nothing to See; The Cult of Elvis; National Civil Rights Museum; Graceland
  80. Smith: Rest Stop Sundial
  81. Stewart: An Extreme Definition of Southern
  82. Sullivan: Every Cardinal Direction
  83. Sumner: Me and What Army
  84. Tipton
  85. Trousdale: Smallest county in Tennessee (114 square miles).
  86. Unicoi
  87. Union
  88. Van Buren
  89. Warren
  90. Washington: The State of Franklin
  91. Wayne
  92. Weakley
  93. White
  94. Williamson
  95. Wilson


Quick facts about Tennessee

Sources:

(1) U.S. Census Bureau FedStats - MapStats: 2000 Land Area; United States.
(2) U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder: 2005 Population Estimates; Table GCT-T1.