Nicest Place in America is in this Small Town
Gallatin is the nicest place in America according to Reader's Digest magazine. This was according to their 2017 polling results from across the United States. A great place to live and raise a family.
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Gallatin is a small town with a world of charm. We are big on our southern heritage as well as our manners and politeness when you pass one another on the street or the sidewalk. A simple nod, or "Hi, how are you", are just our way of greeting you and letting you know you were noticed and are welcome to have a discussion if you so choose.
Gallatin TN currently has a population of approximately 40,000 people and ethnically diverse and we pride ourselves on a very low crime rate. Living in a city where you always feel safe and welcome is a really good feeling to have and to share with others.
As for things to do in Gallatin Tn, there is a state park, Bledsoe State Park, that offers event area, fishing, camping, picnics, walking trails, wildlife, and boating. Gallatin has a large movie theater with several screens to have a variety of movie viewing choices.
We have several new car dealerships in which to shop for your next vehicle. Fast food selections are readily available for just about whatever is your pleasure to your palate.
Gallatin TN rests on the northern banks of Cumberland River and more specifically, Old Hickory Lake. Fishing is very prominate for national fishing clubs as well as local personal fishing tournaments.
Being located only 20 minutes from Nashville, TN is a great perk for visiting professional sports teams such as the Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators. Country Music is another great draw for numerous places to walk in and listen to locals and their efforts to make it big in Music City.
If you're looking to relocate and find a great little small town that is on the fringe of Music City, then Gallatin, TN 37066 is a great choice to visit and enjoy the southern life style we sre so proud of. Thanks! Come for a Visit or Stay for a Lifetime!
Page Updated Last on: Dec 18, 2018