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The county is named for American Revolutionary War hero General Jethro Sumner. Its county seat is Gallatin, but its largest town is Hendersonville. The County is located just north of Nashville, Tennessee, and it runs north to the Kentucky border.
The 26 miles of Old Hickory Lake shoreline in Hendersonville are home to a wildlife viewing site, recreation areas complete with picnic and camping facilities, several lakeside parks and four marinas. With more than 22,000 acres of water, no horsepower limits and stunning landscapes, it is known as one of Tennessee's best fishing spots.
Goodlettsville is an attractive blend of small-town charm and big city amenities. Its Main Street district is filled with antique stores, specialty shops, art and craft studios and family-owned restaurants. Goodlettsville is also the home of the 2012 American Little League World Series championship team.