Quality of Life
Living to the Fullest.
With charming historic towns and the amenities of urban neighbors, Carroll County has a way of life that combines art, outdoor adventure, sports and history. Bethel University and the Dixie Carter Center for the Performing Arts bring a heavy emphasis to the arts, with classes, galleries, theater productions and music.
The Tennessee River, Kentucky Lake and the Thousand Acre Recreation Lake are perfect for boating and other water sports. Fine fishing brings sportsmen in search of bluegill, bass, crappie and other fish. Two state parks, several golf courses, a state-of-the-art shooting park and Bethel University sports keep outdoor types and sports fans busy all year.
Historic sites, great local restaurants and a friendly community make Carroll County a great place to call home.
Area tourism is part of what makes Carroll County an exciting place to live and visit, find out more here www.visitcarrolltn.com
Support for the Arts
Carroll County is known for its wide support of the arts, with galleries, studios, performances and classes throughout the county. Both Bethel University and the Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center serve thousands of visitors and children each year through their galleries, art courses and events.
Hit the Water
Carroll County's climate is great for outdoor recreation most of the year, from fishing and hunting to boating and paddling. The Tennessee River, Thousand Acre Recreation Lake and nearby Kentucky Lake are havens for fishermen and host several fishing tournaments each year.
Park It Here
Carroll County is blessed with two state parks, Natchez Trace and Nathan Bedford Forrest, as well as two refuges and several city parks. The city parks include historic Thomas Park and the modern Kelley Sports Complex, with facilities for soccer, baseball and softball.