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Cross Plains, TN

Visit our town for history, great shopping, dining, and fun events!

Independence Day

Join us in Cross Plains on July 4 for some great Independence Day traditions!

9:00 am Kilgore Remembrance at Villines Cemetery presented by the Cross Plains Heritage Commission. Guest speaker: Kevin Ragland.

6:30 pm Music, food, and fun in Kilgore Park. Fireworks presented by the City of Cross Plains at 9:00 pm. Free admission. Concessions available from VFW Post 2120, Highland Seventh Day Adventist Church, Kona Ice, & Nashville Fine Food Delights. Music from DJ 2x’z.

Cross Plains Community Chamber

The Cross Plains Community Chamber is a local organization made up of businesses, churches, organizations, government, and individuals who love Cross Plains and our surrounding communities. We are affiliated with the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce.

Click here for our membership roster

Click here to download a membership application (PDF)

Across the Plains

Originally published by the Cross Plains Heritage Commission as part of Tennessee’s bicentennial celebration in 1986, “Across the Plains: A History of Cross Plains, Tennessee” by Rita A. Read is once again available. Order your copy today! Limited copies are also available at the Doctor’s House museum.

In this patchwork of pictures and journals, letters and stories, memories and recollections, Rita A. Read has captured a moving, living portrait of Cross Plains, Tennessee—a small, rural American town. From the stories of its early settlers, the memories of its soldiers, the development of its churches and schools a picture gradually emerges of not just a town but its people—a people collectively endowed with colorful spirit, humor, and humanity.

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