Local’s Guide to Hendersonville

 

Hendersonville is known around the state as one of Middle Tennessee’s top communities for families. With a top-ranked school system, plenty of parks and lakefront shoreline, and unique shops and restaurants all less than 20 miles from downtown Nashville, Hendersonville is a neighborhood to be considered by homebuyers. Watch our Local’s Guide to Hendersonville video to take a look at this wonderful community!

One thing that is evident is a sense of community. The town hosts several annual events such as a 4th of July fireworks show and a Christmas parade, plus regular concerts, movies in the park, and theatrical productions. The Streets of Indian Lake, perhaps the best place for a night out, is home to an array of shops, restaurants, dancing fountains for kids to cool off in, and a movie theater. Also close by is the Hendersonville Cruise-In car show takes place on warm Friday nights. There is always something to see and do around town.

There is no shortage of restaurants to choose from in Hendersonville. If you’re craving Mexican, locals recommend Casa Vieja or Rio Bravo; for a great steak, consider the Chop House; Avanti Gourmet is a quaint Italian restaurant and deli; or across from Creekwood Marina grab some Pizza at Saunders Ferry Pizza & Pub. You can even pull your boat up to the Rudder at Anchor High Marina.

It’s also easy to lead an active lifestyle in Hendersonville. The town offers a variety of parks with pavilions and sports fields, a network of greenways for walking and biking, and has a thriving soccer club. Old Hickory Lake is perfect for fishing, boating, and relaxing, and has 26 miles of shoreline and convenient marinas. For fans of boating and golf, the Bluegrass Yacht and Country Club may be worth a membership and is a favorite weekend location for many locals.

Hendersonville is a part of the Sumner County public school system which is consistently ranked for their academics, extracurricular activities, and athletic programs. The town also has quality private schools as well as homeschool options.

If you’re looking for a small town with big city convenience and opportunities, look no further than Hendersonville. With an impressive school system, an active sense of community, and plenty of events and happenings, this is one town you will love to call home.


LOCAL RESTAURANTS

Casa Vieja offers authentic Mexican cuisines, with personal, group, and business dining accommodations! They offer a menu full of a variety of fresh, natural ingredients, wholesome sauces, and a combination of flavorful spices. Casa Vieja offers daily lunch and dinner specials, as well as margarita specials throughout the week!

The Rudder at Anchor High Marina is the lakeside dining destination in Hendersonville! Located just off Rockland Road, they invite visitors in both land and sea vessels to come enjoy great food and entertainment. With its laid-back, lake atmosphere, they are a local favorite! Check out their calendar for upcoming events including live music, shrimp boils, and themed parties.


THINGS TO DO

The cruise-in is a great time for the entire family, especially classic car lovers. Every Friday night you can join the community for a fun, free event. Each week there is a “Ride of the Week,” so make sure to check out the winner! There will be ’50’s and ’60’s music and tons of opportunity for some dancing!

Old Hickory Lake is one of the most popular recreational lakes in Tennessee! It’s very popular for fishing, camping, and recreational boating. There’s also many wonderful parks surrounding the lake, as well as full-service marinas. Whatever your outdoor interest may be, you can find something fun to do at the lake!


SCHOOLS

  • Public Schools

Residents have the option of sending their children to schools within the Sumner County School District. Enjoy quality education close to home!

  • Private Schools

Residents of this area are central to many private education options! Among the many nearby, Hendersonville Christian Academy and Hendersonville Montessori Academy!


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