Crockett County, Tennessee Basics:

Crockett County Tennessee - Government Site

Population: 14,614
Area: 266 square miles
County seat: Alamo
Area code(s) in use: 731
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 77.6%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 12.3%
Median household income: $37,601
Persons in poverty: 19.2%
Home ownership rate: 70.5%
Mean travel time to work: 22.7 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Dyer  Gibson  Haywood  Lauderdale  Madison  

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Map of the Crockett County area

Our detail map of Crockett County shows the Crockett County, Tennessee boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Crockett County, Tennessee

  Bridges     show all on map

Bells Bridge (historical), Chestnut Bluff Bridge

  Buildings     show all on map

Alamo Volunteer Fire Department, Bells Fire Department, Crockett County Ambulance Service, Crockett County Courthouse, Crockett Mills Volunteer Fire Department, Friendship Fire Department, Frog Jump Volunteer Fire Department, Gadsden Volunteer Fire Department, Maury City Fire Department

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Albritton Cemetery, Antioch Cemetery, Averys Cemetery, Belle Vernon Cemetery, Belleview Cemetery, Bettis Cemetery, Boikin Cemetery, Bridget Cemetery, Brigance Cemetery, Brooks Cemetery, Carter Cemetery, Casey Cemetery, Collinsworth Cemetery, Evans Cemetery, Glenn Cemetery, Good Hope Cemetery, Harris Grove Cemetery, Kail Cemetery, Liberty Cemetery, Luckenbill Cemetery, Macedonia Cemetery, Marlow Cemetery, Mason Cemetery, Nesbitt Cemetery, New Cemetery, Nunn Cemetery, Oak Hill Cemetery, Pond Creek Cemetery, Poston Cemetery, Quincy Cemetery, Raines Cemetery, Ramsey Cemetery, Roberson Cemetery, Roseman Cemetery, Simmons Cemetery, Walnut Hill Cemetery, Williams Cemetery, Williams Cemetery, Young Cemetery, Young Cemetery

  Census     show all on map

Alamo Division (historical), Bells Division (historical), Friendship Division (historical), Gadsden Division (historical), Maury City Division (historical)

  Churches     show all on map

Alamo First Baptist Church, Antioch Chapel (historical), Antioch Church, Archer Chapel, Averys Chapel, Barkers Chapel, Bells First Baptist Church, Bethany Church, Bethel Chapel (historical), Bethesda Church, Bucks Chapel, Cairo Baptist Church, Center Church, Coxs Chapel, Cross Roads Baptist Church, Faith Church, Friendship Baptist Church, Gadsden First Baptist Church, Gadsden United Methodist Church, Hudson Grove Church, Hughes Grove Church, Johnsons Grove Baptist Church, Lebanon Church, Maury Chapel, Maury City First Baptist Church, Midway Baptist Church, Mount Moriah Church, Mount Olive Church, Mount Zion Church, Pond Church, Poplar Forest Church, Porters Grove Church, Providence Church, Saint Paul Church, Salem Church, Shady Grove Church, South Fork Church, Walnut Hill Baptist Church, Williams Chapel

  Dams     show all on map

Bells Aerated Lagoon Number One Dam, Bells Aerated Lagoon Number Two Dam, Bells Aerobic Lagoon Number One Dam, Bells Aerobic Lagoon Number Two Dam, Humboldt Dam, Joe Cottons Lake Dam, Lewis Dam

  Flats     show all on map

Mound Field

  Islands     show all on map

Island Number Eight (historical), Island Number Seven (historical), Island Number Thirteen (historical), Number Nine Island (historical)

  Locales     show all on map


  Parks     show all on map

Oakview Memorial Park

  Populated Places     show all on map

Alamo, Bells, Brims Corner, Broadview, Cairo, Chestnut Bluff, Coxville, Crockett Mills, Crossroads, Cypress, Dog Hill, Elizabeth, Elmore, Friendship, Frog Jump, Fruitvale, Gadsden, Gum Flat, Hodson, Hutson Grove (historical), Johnsons Grove, Liberty Hall, Mason Grove, Maury City, Maury Junction, Midway, Nance, Porters Grove, Quincy, Shady Grove, Walnut Hill, Wilcox

  Post Offices     show all on map

Alamo Post Office, Badgett Post Office (historical), Bells Post Office, Cairo Post Office (historical), Chestnutbluff Post Office (historical), Crockett Mills Post Office, Friendship Post Office, Fruitvale Post Office, Gadsden Post Office, Johnsons Grove Post Office (historical), Masons Grove Post Office (historical), Maury City Post Office, McBride Post Office (historical)

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Bells Aerated Lagoon Number One Lake, Bells Aerated Lagoon Number Two Lake, Bells Aerobic Lagoon Number One Lake, Bells Aerobic Lagoon Number Two Lake, Humboldt Lake, Joe Cottons Lake, Lewis Lake

  Schools     show all on map

Almores School (historical), Antioch School (historical), Bells School, Brookdale School (historical), Central School, College Hill School (historical), Consolidated School, Cross Road School (historical), Dry Hill School (historical), Emison School (historical), Friendship Elementary School, Gadsden Elementary School, Gilliland School, Graham School, Hamlett Robertson School, Hellens Bluff School, Hopewell School (historical), Hudson Grove School (historical), Humphreys School (historical), Johnson Grove School (historical), Mason Grove School, Maury City Elementary School, Maury City Primary School, Morris Hill School, Perry School (historical), Poplar Forest School, Porters Grove School (historical), Vance School (historical), Wirt Seminary (historical)

  Streams     show all on map

Bear Creek, Black Creek, Buck Creek, Buck Creek, Connley Creek, Cypress Creek, Epperson Creek, Lick Creek, Little Pond Creek, Odell Creek, Pearsons Creek, Rice Creek, Sand Creek, Schoolhouse Creek, Tucker Creek, Whitson Creek

  Summits     show all on map

Horns Bluff

  Towers     show all on map

WCTA-AM (Alamo)

  Valleys     show all on map

Happy Hollow,

Crockett County, Tennessee Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteCrockett County White population 12,26112,261  
BlackCrockett County Black population 1,9881,987
MixedCrockett County Mixed population 263263
American IndianCrockett County American Indian population 7373
AsianCrockett County Asian population 4443
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderCrockett County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
State population table
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