Jamestown and Fentress County
Fentress County was formed in 1823. The county is named for Hon. James Fentress, Speaker of the House of Representatives in Tennessee. There was a courthouse fire in 1905 and many County records were destroyed, but the history of the area is well documented.
Jamestown is near major outdoor recreational areas including:
Big South Fork National River and Recreational Area
Daniel Boone National Forest
Pickett State Park
Obed Wild and Scenic River
The town is near other larger metro areas including:
Schools and Shopping
Jamestown has a good school system along with many conveniences.To access certain community websites please click below.