It is part of the Great Nashville Metropolitan area, adjacent to Davidson County on its northeast. It’s also home to a number of state protected areas, including the Bledsoe Creek State Park and the Wynnewood State Historic Site.
There are dozens of blue ribbon elementary, middle and high schools in the area, including prestigious magnet schools, Catholic schools and private schools.
Sumner County is notable for its number of homes and buildings on the National Register of Historic Places; as of 2015, 37 Sumner County locations were on the list, including a National Historic Landmark.
Sumner County’s population grew to 175,00 in 2015. Let’s explore some of the great neighborhoods and towns that have contributed to its population boom.