Living in Cross Plains!

Cross Plains, TENNESSEE

Robertson COunty's OLDEST SETTLEMENT

QUALITY OF LIFE

EDUCATION

East Robertson Schools

Small town

Community Events

Kilgore park in Cross Plains, TN

shopping

Locally-owned Shops and Grocery

dining

Convenient Variety

SERVICES

Doctor, Pharmacy, Auto Repair

LOCAL HELP

SERVICES​

The Farmers Bank in Cross Plains provides a fully array of financial services including a 24-hour ATM. Dr. Robert G. Holston has practiced family medicine for 45+ years. Get your prescriptions and expert advice at Historic Thomas Drugs. Count on Cross Plains Barber and Cross Plains Beauty Shop to keep you looking great. Tate Automotive offers convenient auto repair. All of these are within walking distance of the Cross Plains Post Office.

local swag

shopping

Cottontown Bears and Gifts carries the most popular lines of children’s clothing and other gifts plus provides custom embroidery and transfers. Thomas Drugs has a wide-ranging selection of gifts and collectibles. 112 Antique Mall attracts visitors from across the region with outstanding variety. Piggly Wiggly (locally owned) and Dollar General will round out your shopping needs.

local eats

dining

Thomas Drugs Old Fashioned Soda Fountain is known far and wide for great milkshakes and friendly service. Simply Cuban has a unique menu of authentic Cuban cuisine. Agaves cooks up great Mexican food. Indian Nutrition provides healthy shakes and smoothies. Pick up seafood to cook at home at The Salty Cow Seafood Co. Don’t forget, Terry’s Market and Sad Sam’s are also great places to stop for a quick bite on the go. 

local culture

HAPPENINGS & HISTORY

As the oldest settlement in Robertson County, Cross Plains is filled with history and offers many opportunities for the community to come together. 

Learn more about Cross Plains history at the Doctor’s House Museum, operated by the Cross Plains Heritage Commission. 

The Cross Plains Community Chamber has news on community events such as Trash and Treasures in June, our Independence Day events, Christmas Parade, and the Kilgore Station Bluegrass Festival.

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