About Jackson

Why Choose Jackson?

Jackson Tennessee is a thriving community of thinkers, doers, trailblazers, and creators. Conveniently located between Memphis and Nashville, Jackson is perpetually on the rise, frequently adding diverse cultural events, expanding shopping districts, and introducing new culinary delights. As it constantly evolves, Jackson manages to strike a balance between dynamic expansion and the cherished feel of a close-knit community. For families and professionals alike, Jackson presents an environment rich in opportunities, blending the energy of urban progression with the comforts of hometown living.

We’re Cost-Effective

With no personal income tax and a cost of living 14% below the national average, Jackson, TN residents enjoy a more affordable lifestyle without compromising on quality or amenities. This financial advantage, paired with the city’s rich culture and amenities, makes Jackson an attractive choice for those seeking both value and vibrancy in their everyday lives.

We’re Dynamic

Jackson, TN stands as a vibrant hub of culture and opportunity. The city offers a diverse array of eateries, a thriving local arts scene, unique local shopping, and constant live music events that echo the city’s rich heritage. As Jackson continues its trajectory of growth and transformation, residents find themselves in the midst of a community that evolves, offering both personal enrichment and professional advancement.

We’re Family-Friendly

The Jackson, TN area boasts exceptional schools that set the foundation for academic success, while a plethora of family-oriented entertainment choices ensures weekends and evenings are packed with fun and memorable moments. It’s a community where families not only grow, but thrive, surrounded by support and endless opportunities for enrichment.

Surrounding Communities

Medina is a charming small town with a population of around 5,200 known for its excellent school system. It is located just a few miles from Jackson, meaning residents have easy access to all the city offers, while being able to live a country lifestyle. Medina boasts several family-friendly venues including Medina City Park, the Medina Sportsplex, and a splash pad.

Three Way offers a quiet and peaceful place to live with close access to Jackson. The community is surrounded by picturesque countryside, making it a great place for outdoor recreation. There are several parks and trails in the area, including Beech Lake Wildlife Management Area which offers fishing, boating, and hiking.

Milan is a community with a true sense of neighborliness. It’s a great choice for those looking for a small-town community with good schools, affordable cost of living, and access to outdoor recreation. As an added bonus, it’s central location gives residents easy access to multiple larger cities.

Humboldt is a historic community nestled in the middle of beautiful Gibson County countryside. Most known for its annual West Tennessee Strawberry Festival, this town has a rich history dating back to the 1800s as an important train depot.

Lexington is midway between Memphis and Nashville. It boasts good schools, multiple opportunities for outdoor recreation, and stimulating cultural attractions including the Henderson Arts Commission, which hosts concerts and art exhibits throughout the year.

Bells is a rural Crockett County community surrounded by fertile farmland. It epitomizes small-town living where neighbors genuinely care about each other. Combined with its short drive from the unique attractions like the Tennessee Safari Park, Bells is an ideal family town.

on is a quiet community just south of Jackson where residents can enjoy a sense of calm and relaxation. The town is surrounded by beautiful natural areas, including Pinson Mounds State Archeological Park, a prehistoric Native American site with the largest collection of Middle Woodland ceremonial mounds in the United States.

Trenton is a quaint small town located in Gibson County. This community hosts several festivals and events throughout the year including the Trenton Teapot Festival which celebrates the town’s history as a center of teapot production.

Brownsville is a beautiful town located in Haywood County steeped in history and dotted with multiple well-preserved historic buildings and landmarks like the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center. Brownsville is home to the annual Exit 56 Blues Fest which celebrates the town’s rich musical heritage.

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