From traditional Southern fare to baked stuffed quail or the “Best Milkshake Ever!” at Mitchell’s Drug Store you will find Crossville – Cumberland County dining options will tempt you. BBQ to “Meat and Three,” pizza for the kids, mouth-watering nachos or Italian at one of our hometown favorites. Need a kick of caffeine? Try one of our coffee services! This much variety will satisfy any craving!
Exceptional quality at a bargain price is the secret to Cumberland County’s appeal to both visiting and local shoppers. What convinces you to spend your hard-earned dollars – excellent quality products, superior customer service, value, or convenience? You’ll find it all in shopping in Crossville and Cumberland County.
Regardless of your shopping preference – the comfort and convenience of a factory outlet mall, the charming atmosphere of downtown, or the readily accessible shopping centers – Crossville – Cumberland County is a comprehensive marketplace. Nearly anything a consumer could need or want is available through local merchants.
Cumberland County Playhouse
Next door to Mariner’s Pointe Resort, Cumberland County Playhouse is now the only major non-profit professional performing arts resource in rural Tennessee, and one of the 10 largest professional theaters in rural America. It serves more than 145,000 visitors annually with two indoor and two outdoor stages, young audience productions, a comprehensive dance program, a concert series and touring shows. The Cumberland County Playhouse is the only non-profit professional performing arts organization in Tennessee that wholly owns and operates its own major performance facility.
The Palace is entertainment center featuring live entertainment in variety of musical styles. We host concerts of Jazz, Blues, Country, Bluegrass and Rock just to name a few. The Palace is a functional community center, meeting hall and multi-media facility, suitable for sales or training presentations, committee meetings or even regional trade shows.
The tower was constructed in 1937-38 to house the government administrative offices of the Cumberland Homesteads, a New Deal subsistence homesteading program of the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration during the Great Depression. The structure is a marvel of innovative design and execution. The octagonal stone tower houses a water tank and a winding stairway leading to a lookout platform at the top. Most of the original 252 farmsteads can be seen from this vantage point.
Tennessee’s Upper Cumberland
Discover pristine natural beauty, breathtaking waterfalls, three sparkling lakes, winding rivers and historic town squares, all tucked away like jewels amidst the lush hills of the Upper Cumberland. From world-class fishing and championship golf to miles of horseback trails and outdoor adventure, the Upper Cumberland is a place to relax, reflect and become acquainted with real Tennessee. Click here for more info on Tennessee’s Upper Cumberland.
Crossville is the “Golf Capital of Tennessee.” River Run Golf Club Features such as the signature Par 3 island green, the beautiful mountainous scenery and the fact that the course boasts both the longest hole and the shortest hole in Cumberland County, make River Run a memorable test of golf. Water and tree hazards come into play on almost every hole, creating a genuine challenge. The 18-hole Ron Garl-designed course has been given a 3-star rating by golfers in Golf Digest’s Places to Play.
The Crossville sponsored Tennessee Women’s Open as well as the Tennessee Men’s Senior Open is played on the nationally famous Stonehenge Golf Course. This course is 18-holes of the 90-holes to be played at Fairfield Glade. The Tennessee Men’s Team Championship is played at the Lake Tansi Village golf course. Our newest golf course if the Jack Nicklaus designed Bear Trace golf course at the Cumberland Mountain State Park. For Tennessee’s most excellent golfing experience, Cumberland County’s challenging and enjoyable championship golf courses make us the undisputed “Golf Capital of Tennessee” for golfers of any level of play.