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Living in Cookeville, Tennessee:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Cookeville, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Cookeville what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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When moving to Cookeville, you should consider that the city is up and coming. The city has beautiful sights, great schools, and a lot of ways to keep your children entertained. Every week you will see new buildings rise and new communities grow. Cookeville has a low crime rate so you will feel good about bringing up your children here.

Amanda, says: 2020

Cookeville is a small, rural city in Tennessee. There are a lot of restaurants and retail stores to explore. The city is also close to several hiking trails with a lot of wildlife and waterfalls to enjoy. Nashville and Knoxville are larger cities that aren’t more than two hours away if one would like a weekend getaway.

Teresa, says: 2020

Cookeville is beautiful with new businesses and schools. There are lots of fun things to do as a family. There will also be a new kiddy activity center going up soon where kids can enjoy it while they’re there. Cookeville is an amazing place.

Charles, says: 2020

My city is absolutely wonderful. It has a combination of the “small town” feel so many people dream of along with quick and easy access to bigger cities for anyone looking for something more. My city has grown quite a bit just in the last five years but kept its quaintness and charm intact.

Benjamin, says: 2020

My city is a small town. There isn’t much to do here. If you have children then I suggest moving somewhere fun. If you like to hang out at home most of the time then you will do fine. If you choose to move here there are several nice churches.

Samantha, says: 2020

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