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Introduction, Demographics, History, and Municipal Government
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Over 700 Acres to Explore & Enjoy
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2017 Fairview Independence Day Celebration Monday, July 3rd, 2017
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Williamson County Location:
Securely established in the northwest corridor of Williamson County, the City of Fairview, Tennessee was incorporated on July 28, 1959 under the Uniform City Manager-Commission Charter as set out in Tennessee Code Annotated. Motorists arrive in Fairview via Interstate 40, Hwy. 100 or Hwy. 96 in addition to SR-840 loop which is a mere 5 miles from City Center.
SR-840 provides both personal & business travelers with direct interstate access to & from our picturesque plateau from nearby sister-cities within Williamson county such as Leiper’s Fork, Thompson’s Station, Spring Hill, Columbia, Franklin and Brentwood; and of course Metro Nashville / Davidson County & beyond.
Fairview Delivers Natural Beauty & Economic Value:
Simply stated, in Fairview you’re likely to find more value for your dollar. Looking for a new home? Home prices remain some of the lowest within our region, especially when compared to similar properties in neighboring communities within Williamson County. Do you desire a great education for your children? The Williamson County School District is one of our nation’s finest! Natural benefits also accompany our city’s location; Crisp clean air, starlit nights and colorful sunsets are just a few of the expectations residents & families continually enjoy.
Poised For The Future:
Our city’s vitally planned infrastructures continue to expand in preparation for what is certain to be an extensive period of growth.
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Bowie Nature Park
7211 Bowie Lake Road
Fairview, TN 37062
Sunrise to Sunset – Year Round
Nature Center Hours
Closed on Sunday
7 Day Fairview Weather Forecast
Come & Visit Bowie Park
Consisting of over 700 managed acres, Bowie Nature Park is Middle Tennessee’s largest City-Owned Parkland and Nature Preserve:
- A nature lover’s dream with numerous active eco-systems to witness and enjoy.
- World-Class Nature Center and Joann’s Outdoor Classroom.
- Easy parking with nearby playground and picnic facilities.
- Walk, hike, mountain biking and horseback riding with mile after mile of trails and pathways to explore.
- Three tranquil lakes.
- School Events always welcome and fun educational Summer Camp Youth Programs to enjoy the great outdoors.
- A Tennessee Land Trust protected property.