Where is Jamestown, Tennessee?
Jamestown is located in "middle Tennessee," about an hour and a half northwest of Knoxville and about two hours northeast of Nashville. Centrally located, it is within a day's drive of most of the eastern half of the country. Situated on the Cumberland Plateau, it is about 1600 feet above sea level where the elevation makes it five to ten degrees cooler in the summer.
Jamestown is the county seat, a small town of just under 2,000, whose main attraction is the Big South Fork National Park. Fentress County itself is largely rural; this area enjoys both a low cost of living and low property taxes. There is a small county hospital in Jamestown with an excellent medical community in Cookeville, forty-five minutes away, as well as access to renowned medical facilities in Nashville, including Vanderbilt University.
What is Jamestown like?
How far is Ridgetop Acres?
Ridgetop Acres has the advantage of being the equestrian community closest to town, only five miles from amenities and services, yet you're in a quiet country setting. You can ride for several hours within Ridgetop on well marked and well maintained trails and you have direct access to the trail system within Big South Fork National Park, which straddles the Tennessee/Kentucky border.
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