- shops, restaurants, historic buildings. Have a lake within a few blocks of the downtown that offers a walking trail, park, amphitheater and playground. Governor Robert's Law Office is well preserved and within walking distance, also see historic marker.
Park features lighted walking trail, memorial park, restrooms and amphitheater.
Lodge, camping, cabins, pool, bathhouse, picnic areas, conference center, Moses Fisk Historic Home. 11,000 acres on the Cumberland Plateau. Rustic park is noted for its outstanding scenery, spring wildflowers, fossils and other natural diversity. Takes its name from the Standing Stone, an eight foot tall rock standing upright on a sandstone ledge was supposedly a boundary line between two Indian nations. Legend says that when the rock fell, the Indians placed a portion of it upon a improvised monument to preserve it. The Stone is preserved in Monterey, Tennessee.
Hilham - General Store and a few other buildings are all that remain of a once thriving community.
Standing Stone Lake & Dam 1674 Standing Stone Park Hwy
Hilham, TN 38568
Water spills over the top creating a long waterfall into the spillway and creating the tailwaters. Large pavillion, ample parking, restrooms.
Moses Fiske Memorial 1764 Standing Stone Park Hwy.
Hilham, TN 38568
Moses Fiske played a pivotal role in the South's settlement and education history. Fiske established the town of Hilham, the first town in Overton County in 1803 and one year later opened the Fiske Female Academy one of the first girls' schools in the South. He and his wife are buried side by side in Fiske Cemetery. This cemetery has an excellent collection of headstones and marker's influenced by local folk art traditions from the antebellum era through the twentieth century. His home was moved to the grounds of the Standing Stone SP north of the cemetery site.
Governor Roberts Law Office & historic marker located in the historic town square on University St. in Livingston. Gov. Roberts served as the 35th Governor of Tennessee.
Overton County Heritage Museum 318 W. Broad St.
Livingston, TN 38570 931-403-0909
Renovated jail tells the story of Overton County from early explorers to present. WPA/CCC projects of the 1930s, African-American section, Alpine Institute pictures and artifacts, one room devoted to schools, Civil War and military.
Alpine Mountain WMA
Jackson Swamp WMA
Concorde Resort - New lodging facility in Overton County.
Hidden Valley Golf and Country Club 201 Valley Drive
Livingston, TN 38570