Crossville is a small town atop the Cumberland Plateau, in the Cumberland County of Tennessee. Located in one of the most beautiful states of America, this little town of 10.000 residents has a charm of its own. The history of Crossville begins in the early 1800's when Samuel Lambeth opened a store here and around the store developed a whole community. In 1830 a post office was opened and the city was named Crossville. When Cumberlang County was formed, Crossville was named county seat because this was the nearest town to the center of the county. If you want to visit Crossville, do not miss some of the most interesting places in the area.
Top Attractions within Crossville
Cumberland County Playhouse is one of the top 10 professional theaters in the rural part of the United States of America. This art center is a major non profit organization, one of the largest in the whole state of Tennessee. Cumberland County Playhouse attracts to Crossville over 165.00 visitors each year. The theater has a program which includes concert series and touring shows and the headquarter itself has four stages - two for indoor representations and two for outdoor representations.
Four Seasons Golf Course Crossville is just one of the 12 golf courses of Crossville and part of the famous Four Seasons chain. This golf course is huge and is one of the most luxurious in a city that calls itself The Golf Capital of Tennessee. You can either play golf or take lessons or relax with mini golf and admire the great scenery of Crossville from this great place.
Cumberland County Civil War Memorial is a monument erected in the memory of Confederate veterans and Union Veterans from Crossville. The monument list the names of all men who fought in the war.