The county seat of Warren County, McMinnville is settled in Middle Tennessee. Most local businesses and services have headquarters there, which isn’t surprising, with McMinnville being the largest city in the county.
Similar to many other smaller towns and cities, McMinnville’s local downtown area has experienced a revitalization, funded by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Tennessee’s own Main Street Program. With this work, many new local businesses have started up to provide citizens with novel and fun experiences.
Six state routes journey the area around McMinnville, or even through the city itself: U.S. 70S/State Route 1, State Route 55, State Route 56, State Route 108, State Route 286, and State Route 380. Because of this, McMinnville is something of a travel hub, allowing departure to or arrival from many other cities. A county-owned public-use airport by the name of Warren County Memorial Airport serves McMinnville and Warren County, further solidifying the city’s role as a travel hub.
McMinnville is great for those looking for a place to live and raise a family. In addition to the standard public schools, there are Christian-based private schools that children may attend. Many annual events and celebrations are hosted by the city for everyone to attend. Locals, visitors, and tourists all are welcome. Many of these events are outside, and have plenty of things for kids to do and local food trucks to choose from. Events are even held specifically for local businesses on occasion, providing a way to meet the neighborhood, along with connecting with and benefiting from other businesses and services.
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