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and rural peacefulness. Come experience our southern hospitality,
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• No state income tax • Low property taxes
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Known as the “Antebellum Homes Capital of Tennessee,”
Maury County features tours of historic landmarks like the
President James K. Polk Home, ;e Athenaeum, Elm Springs,
and Rippavilla Plantation. Featured outdoor recreations
include canoe trips on the Duck River and mountain biking
and hiking in Chickasaw Trace Park. Future plans in the county
include an extensive trail system in the Yanahli Wildlife
Management Area for hikers and horseback riding.
;e county seat of Columbia and the towns of Spring Hill
and Mt. Pleasant o;er accommodations that include charming
bed and breakfast inns, while there are restaurants throughout
the county that feature barbecue, cat;sh, and Cajun-style
dinners. Take a stroll in downtown Columbia at Riverwalk
Park, and be sure to check out its many antique stores. ;e
popular Mule Town Music Fest will be held in Columbia this
year from October 1-2.
“;ere are a lot of great reasons to visit our county—
great food, shopping, and all of the other amenities,” says Kara
Huckaby, Director of the Chamber of Commerce for the Maury
president james k. polk home