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Welcome To Hardin County, Tennessee

Where the River Holds Your Heart

From the inviting waters of the Tennessee River to the peaceful woodlands and historic sites that dot the region, Hardin County offers something to explore around every corner! Trace the growth of the county seat in Savannah’s Historic District, hear the cannons boom in Shiloh National Military Park, search for treasure at the Crump Flea Market, or catch record-breaking catfish in the rich waters of Pickwick Lake- all right here in Hardin County, Tennessee. Whether you’re just stopping by or coming to stay, we can’t wait to meet you!

About Hardin County

First settled in 1815 by Colonel Joseph Hardin, Hardin County is rich in history, culture, events, and wonderful people that make our county an excellent place to live and explore. Savannah, Crump, and Saltillo make up the incorporated cities of Hardin County, which includes a number of other charming communities like Pickwick, Walnut Grove, and Burnt Church. Savannah, Pickwick, and Saltillo host many exciting events for the whole family year-round and offer easy access to the Tennessee River, a favorite spot for boating, fishing, swimming, and more. You’ll find a diverse variety of cuisine at restaurants around the county as well as excellent healthcare facilities, educational institutions, shopping centers, historic sites, and recreational areas. Explore our website to learn more about Hardin County or contact us today for more information.



In Hardin County, every neighborhood sets a different scene. 


A Hardin County Christmas

Christmas In The Park
December 10-11

Christmas On Main
December 3-4
December 10-11
December 17-18

For The Love of Tennessee, Travel Safe

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Hardin County 2021 Fishing Events & Fun

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Have Fun at Home

Fun for your family while staying home!
Check out our coloring sheets about Tennessee, Shiloh, and more!

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The History of Hardin County with David Cagle

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