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Dickson County named for William Dickson, a Nashville physician and statesman who served in Congress at the time. Although Dickson never lived in the county named for him, his relatives played roles in its early development. William Dickson was also a close friend of President Andrew Jackson. Its county seat is Charlotte. Its largest city is Dickson.
Easy interstate access and close proximity to Nashville means Dickson County is the ideal place for laid-back rural lifestyles yet just a 30-minute drive can put you in the heart of Music City USA.
Dickson County is home to one of the largest state parks in Tennessee, The Renaissance Center, (a state of the art facility, art gallery, and Tennessee Artisan Market), an extensive parks system and a variety of annual festivals, including Old Timers Days the first weekend in every May. The county's six incorporated towns include communities that grew up along the railroad from Nashville to the Tennessee River as well as the historic county seat of Charlotte, which boasts the state's oldest working courthouse.
Montgomery Bell State Park is where wildlife flourishes and activities never end. Golf, swim, fish, hike, and play. Enjoy the camp grounds, paddle boats, trails, ball fields, game room plus much more.