This is a picture of Parrottsville from the Parrottsville Elementary School

Parrottsville, Tennessee - 3rd oldest city in Tennessee
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Parrottsville, TN, is a small town nestled in the Clear Creek Valley. It is located off Highway 321 between Newport and Greenville about 35 miles from Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

The residents of Parrottsville are a proud and friendly people. Many families have lived here for generations. Newcomers are drawn by its rolling hills and pastoral charm, beautiful views of the Appalachian Mountains, Smoky Mountain National Park, and the Cherokee National Forest of North Carolina.


Points of Interest About The Town

Old Post Office, Historical Marker #5 - est. 1836 First Postmaster Samuel Hughes. Rural Routes started in 1903. Small white frame structure was built in 1936.
HereParrottsville United Methodist Church - # 7 ca 1871 formerly the site of the Roadman Mansion, which had been purchased by Parrottsville citizens for a "subscription" school and later purchased by the Methodist Episcopal Church. Present structure was built on the old house foundation in 1927.
Parrott-LaRue-Meyers Memorial Park
Swaggerty Fort - attributed to James Swaggerty ca. 1787, this cantilevered structure was built over a spring for protection from hostile Indians. One of only 2 original blockhouses remaining in Tennessee (National Register). Drawing is by local artist, Joan Beaver.
Parrottsville Fire Department
Parrotts Place
Parrottsville Rural Medical Center Sign
Parrottsville Rural Medical Center Building
Post Office now
Post Office of yesteryear is now being refurbished and will become the Genealogical Memorial Library.
Parrottsville Car Wash

Parrottsville Car Wash
Parrottsville Laundry
Parrottsville Laundry
Parrottsville Library
Parrottsville Library
Parrottsville Pizza Plus

Parrottsville Pizza Plus
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