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Warren County was named for Revolutionary War hero Gen. Joseph Warren, the first general killed in the War of Independence. McMinnville, the county seat, was named for Joseph McMinn, who was speaker of the Tennessee Senate at the time the county was created, and later one of the outstanding Governors of the State.
McMinnville is home to over 13-thousand residents and a diverse range of businesses. Employment opportunities include industrial, agricultural, education, healthcare and city and county government.Known as the "Nursery Capital of the World," McMinnville and Warren County are home to over 400 thriving nurseries. Climate and soil conditions combine to offer a hear-perfect growing environment. There's plenty to do right within McMinnville city limits. Residents and visitors enjoy some of the best Mother Nature has to offer with McMinnville's many parks and greenways, and Rock Island State Park's camping, swimming , hiking and kayaking opportunities.
Cumberland Caverns is located in the heart of Middle Tennessee between Nashville, Chattanooga, and Gatlinburg. The caverns is a short drive from Fall Creek Falls State Park, Rock Island State Park, Center Hill Lake, and Savage Gulf (the Stone Door) and a neighbor of Falcon Rest Historic Mansion. Open for daily scenic walking tours year round.