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Cumberland County is known for its natural beauty, its natural resources and its natural talents. From the world-famous Tennessee Quartzite stone, known as Crab
Orchard Stone, quarried here to the local talent that entertains crowds from across the United States visiting the Cumberland County Playhouse, to dozens of outdoor activities and recreational opportunities offered by nearby state and national parks and natural areas, there are many treasures to discover. Mehr anzeigen
Cumberland County is the third largest county in land in Tennessee, containing 685 square miles. Cumberland County sits atop the beautiful Cumberland Plateau, the largest wooded plateau in North America. The Plateau features rolling hills, woodlands and many streams
backdropped by nearby mountains. Established in 1856, Cumberland County was carved from portions of Bledsoe, Roane, Morgan, Fentress, Rhea, Putnam, Overton and White counties. Mehr anzeigen