Comfort Inn & Suites
1045 Interstate Drive
Cookeville, TN 38501
Phone: (931) 372-0086
Fax: (931) 372-0030
Cookeville History Museum is dedicated to showcase the history of the Putnam County and Cookeville city. Activities, programs, events and permanent exhibits are incorporated along with occasional displays of exclusive memorabilia. Group tours are available. Check website for more details.
The Cookeville Depot which is currently treasured as a museum showcases an interesting collection of transport memorabilia. This former railroad depot was built in 1909 and is a designated feature on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit this place for a glimpse of the past.
Inaugurated in 1930, Belle Acres Golf Club is a historic golf course. The place offers an unique golfing experience which is why it is a haunt for professionals as well as beginners.
Cane Creek Park & Recreation Area is a good place for family outings. Activities are best enjoyed around the lake at the center of the park.
Designed and built by Benjamin F. Hunt in 1931, the Henderson Hall is an educational building within the Tennessee Technological University. It is utilized by the School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Extended Education. It is noted for its striking architecture and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Tennessee.
Gerald D. Coorts Memorial Arboretum is a botanical garden which was dedicated to the former head of Tennessee Tech’s College in 1997. It presently consists of a variety of flowering plants, shrubs and trees of around 60 species.
Cookeville Golf and Country Club is a vast course ideal for enjoying a day with enthusiastic golfers. The place is also perfect for an elaborate gathering.
White Plains is a historic attraction that was a plantation house. It is a part of the National Register of Historic Places.
Hidden Hollow Park is a wonderful, recreational center offering a plethora of activities for children. The endearing setting of this park makes it a perfect venue for an intimate wedding or any other fun gathering.
The Sparta Rock House is an important landmark as far as the Tennessee's transportation history is concerned. It functioned as a toll house and dates back to the 1830s era. Prominent individuals like Sam Houston and Frank Clement have visited this house.
Virgin Falls Pocket Wilderness is a picturesque 1157-acre (468-hectare) natural oasis. Located a short distance from the Sparta city center, it offers locals and tourists an adventurous getaway. Follow the eight-hour hiking trail into the great outdoors and camp out at several spots along the way. Admire the beauty of the pristine waterfall that makes a 100-foot (30-meter) drop off the cliff into the underground cave.