More about Parsons, Tennessee

Parsons, TN

Southern hospitality - Small town charm

Parsons is a unique small town in the heart of one of Tennessee’s best recreation areas. Lots of fishing lakes and streams– ” you can fish at a different spot every day of the year within an hours drive” says a local avid fisherman. Great hunting — deer , turkey, duck, etc. – picturesque hills and valleys, small streams, lakes, and rivers - Located 1/2 way between Nashville and Memphis, approximately 15 miles from Exit 126 at Interstate 40. - Decatur County has over 50 miles of Tennessee River/Kentucky Lake along its eastern and southern border.

State and US Parks- Shiloh National Battleground, Natchez TraceState Park, Mousetail St. Park, Beech Bend Park, Carrolls Cabin State Park.

Come and see us– kick off your shoes and stay awhile!

Census and City Overview

As of 2010, Parsons's population is 2,155 people.

Home appreciation the last year has been 3.45 percent.

Parsons's cost of living is 24.10% Lower than the U.S. average.

Parsons public schools spend $4,467 per student. There are about 14 students per teacher in Parsons.


Parsons is located at 35°38'56?N 88°7'24?W? / ?35.64889°N 88.12333°W? / 35.64889; -88.12333 (35.648780, -88.123386).

Elevation: 520 ft

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 3.9 square miles (10.1 km˛), all of it land.

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