Even before spring officially arrives each year, Livingston City Park heats up as it hosts a variety of sports teams, from T-ball to adult softball leagues. Located just off Main Street, east of the courthouse square, basketball, tennis courts, swimming pool, playground, and walking track round out the park to make it a great place to get fit!

If you'd rather take a leisurely stroll by the water, head on over to Winningham Memorial Nature Park, located on the north end of town, at the intersection of the By-Pass and Highway 52.

So what are you waiting for? Come out and play!



Explore Nature

Whether you're enjoying the delicate wildflowers of spring, the warm days and cool nights of summer, the brilliant foliage of fall, or making snow angels in the first fresh blanket of winter snow, nature¹s beauty is all around us here in Overton County. Our mild climate, offering a touch of all four seasons, makes it difficult to stay indoors, no matter what time of year.

Our area boasts the second largest population of bald eagles in the state, in addition to a large variety of migratory bird species. Nature trails can be found in many areas of the county, where deer, beavers, and other wildlife live.

From hunting and fishing to hiking and camping, and scenic drives to bike rides in the country, Overton County is truly a sportsman¹s paradise.

-Average rainfall: 52.8 inches
-Average snowfall: 8.0 inches
-Average high temperature: 68.8 degrees
-Average low temperature: 44.9 degrees



Country Club

Take your golf game to new heights at Hidden Valley Golf and Country Club, where rolling hills and spectacular views surround Livingston's nine-hole golf course. A non-profit, member-owned and operated club, HVGCC offers tournaments throughout the year - from Tuesday night scrambles to tournaments benefiting local charities and organizations - to accommodate all skill levels.

Additional membership privileges include access to the swimming pool, tennis courts, pro shop, clubhouse and lounge. Non-members are welcome as well.

For more information, visit us at 201 Valley Drive or call us at 931.823.1313.

• Nine-hole golf course
• Tennis courts
• Swimming pool
• Clubhouse
• Pro shop with snack bar



Standing Stone

Enveloping almost 11,000 acres right here in Overton County, the quaint and rustic Standing Stone State Park is known to folks from all over for its outstanding scenery, abundant wildlife, spring wildflowers, fossils, and natural diversity.

Eight miles of hiking trails for both the novice and expert hiker wind through virgin woods, vivid wildflowers, and over-flowing streams. Large-mouth bass, blue gill, crappie, lake trout, and catfish swim in the 69-acre Standing Stone Lake, offering some of the finest fishing and water recreation in the state.

Park guests are invited to pitch a tent, rent a cabin, or enjoy a peaceful afternoon with recreational activities such as badminton, ping-pong, tennis, basketball, and volleyball.

Whether you want to get back to nature or take part in a variety of organized sporting events and festivals, Standing Stone State Park offers something for everyone!

• Olympic-size pool
• Playground
• Snack bar
• 17 open and 8 covered picnic pavilions with charcoal grills
• Rental cabins and campgrounds


Dale Hollow

Known as one of the world's cleanest lakes, the clear, sparkling waters of Dale Hollow Lake break gently onto 620 miles of shoreline, reaching from Overton, Clay and Pickett counties in Tennessee to Clinton and Cumberland counties in Kentucky.

With 27,700 acres of lake surface area and 24,842 acres of surrounding land, Dale Hollow Lake has long been a sportsman's paradise, welcoming millions of water enthusiasts each year. From marinas and resorts to houseboat, ski boat, cabin and chalet rentals, Dale Hollow Lake is a perfect spot for vacationers, weekend boaters, and tournament fishermen.

• Boat and equipment rentals
• Bait shops
• Restroom facilities
• Campgrounds
• Restaurants
• Shopping