Oakland TN Homes & Real Estate
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Oakland, TN - “Oakland TN was established in 1830 on both sides of Stage Road, a road running from Memphis through Raleigh, through Oakland and on to Somerville. Dr. James A. Hunter erected the first house and he and his brothers opened the first dry goods store. By 1831, Oakland had enough residents for a post office.” from The History of Fayette County, Tennessee pages 256-257.
Here you can find contact information for the Mayor's office, postal service, driver's license, and the clerk's office: https://oaklandtennessee.org/
Here you can find information on Oakland Parks and Recreation: https://oaklandparks.recdesk.com/Community/Home
Here is the site to pay taxes and utilities for the city: https://oaklandtennessee.org/online-payments/
According to the website bestplaces.net, "Living in Oakland, TN is a great experience. The town has plenty of amenities to offer its residents, including parks and outdoor recreation areas, shops and restaurants, and plenty of places to get involved in the community. The people are friendly and welcoming, making the town feel like home. The weather here is generally mild with hot summers and cold winters. It’s a great place to raise a family due to its low crime rate and safe neighborhoods. Best of all, the cost of living is incredibly affordable compared to other cities in the area. All in all, Oakland, TN offers something for everyone - whether you’re looking for an opportunity to relax or explore new things. Large city - Extreme southwest Tennessee along the Mississippi River and Arkansas and Mississippi border."
Here is some information about youth activities in Oakland, TN: https://oaklandtennessee.org/youth-activities/
Located on Highway 194 South, just south of West Junior High, Cypress Creek Park is a multi-use sports facility which includes a baseball field and room for soccer fields in season. It also has picnic facilities, permanent restrooms, a kiddie playground, portable bleachers and a concession stand. All Parks are open Dawn to Dusk.
Situated in The Oaklands subdivision off Highway 64 on the West end of town, The Oaklands Town Park has a 1300 foot paved walking trail around a 3 acre pond which is stocked with crappie and bass. It includes a kiddie playground, picnic facilities, and a 16 x 24 pavilion, which can be reserved by calling us at 465-8523. This park is the home of our annual Youth Fishing Rodeo held in partnership with the Fayette County Bass Club. All Parks are open Dawn to Dusk.
Nestled in The Oakland Woods subdivision on the East end of town, Oakland Woods Parks includes a 1250 ft walking trail encompassing a stocked 2 acre pond for your fishing pleasure. All Parks are open Dawn to Dusk.
Sited adjacent to Northwood Estates on Highway 194 North, Northwoods Park presently has an extensive walking trail bordering a large pond stocked for fishing along with benches to sit and appreciate the serenity of the fountain. Improvements are continuing. All parks are open Dawn to Dusk.