When you visit Downtown Cookeville, you can't help but notice the large neon sign for Cream City Ice Cream. Since 1950, Cream City has been the ice cream spot for residents and visitors to Cookeville. Typically serving 30 flavors of ice cream, Cream City is one of the many examples of small town charm found with the town.
|The pagoda-style Cookeville Depot is a town gathering spot.|
Tennessee Central Heritage Rail Trail. Currently, the Tennessee Central Trail runs about five miles east to the town of Algood. It is envisioned that the trail will run a total of 19 miles to the town of Monterey. The trail follows the historic routing of the Nashville and Knoxville Railroad. That railroad, which was founded in 1884, was eventually absorbed into the Tennessee Central.
Crawdaddy's West Side Grill, an excellent Cajun/New Orleans restaurant along East Broad Street.
Fall Creek Falls is about one hour south along TN 111. Standing Stone State Park is about a 30 minute drive north on Highway 136.