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Fayette County

POPULATION: 38,413

The Little County That Could

Come explore everything that Fayette County has to offer. From a small antebellum town to kayaking down the Wolf River or learning about the vast agriculture, this area has a lot to offer. Fayette County is primarily a rural agricultural area, but it also has a vast forest area filled with cypress-studded swamps. This unique natural treasure makes up the southern part of the county and is favored by sports enthusiasts and environmentalists. The best-known outdoors event, the National Field Trails for bird dogs, held annually since 1903, is also in Fayette County. So come and find these hidden treasures!
 

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Lauderdale County

POPULATION: 27,815

Come See What’s Growing On

There is truly something for everyone in Lauderdale County. Located on the western border along the Mississippi River and trade center of busy agricultural economy, Lauderdale County, home of the world famous Ripley Tomatoes is a quaint community made up of Ripley, the county seat, Halls, Henning and Gates. Whether you are looking for antiques, want to rough it outdoors, love to shop, are curious about maps and globes, have an interest in history, or you just want to spend family time at one of our many parks, there is something for everyone. Come see us and you’ll be glad you did.
 

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Shelby County

POPULATION: 927,644

So much more than Graceland, Beale Street and Barbeque

Home Memphis, the birthplace of Rock N’ Roll and the #1 place for Barbeque in the US, Shelby County has much more to offer. With a vibrant and rich culture and history that expands past Memphis city limits, you are bound find something for the entire family to enjoy. Whether it’s shopping Parade Magazine’s Best Main Street in Collierville, exploring the oldest home in the county at Davies Manor Plantation, or eating the best fried chicken at Gus’s you are going to love Shelby County. So come take a Day Trip in Shelby County.
 

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Tipton County

POPULATION: 61,081

A Tennessee Treasure

Tipton County has lots to offer visitors.  Spend the day on Covington’s Historic Square and browse our variety of antique shops, boutiques, and home decor.  Be sure to enjoy lunch at one of our local restaurants ranging from tea rooms, BBQ, down home country cooking, or try some fried chicken at the original location of Gus’s in Mason, Tennessee.   Visit our beautiful park systems including a nature trail that runs behind the Tipton County Museum, Project Play Playground at Cobb Parr Memorial Park, Centennial Park in Munford, and more.  Check our calendar of events to attend one of our great festivals.  We have Chocolate Tour in February, Music on the Square in May and June,  BBQ Festival in June, Art on the Square in July, Covington Heritage Festival and Celebrate Munford in September, Squarecrows in October, Holiday Open House in November, and Dickens on the Square in December.  Visit covington-tiptoncochamber.com for more information.
 

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Crittenden County

POPULATION: 50,902

Just across the Mighty Mississippi, Crittenden County is full of small towns with a lot of southern charm.  Visit the site of the Sultana explosion, the greatest maritime disaster in United States history, tastes the sweet wine at the Wiederkehr Winery, or head over to Southland Park Gaming and Racing.  Come play in Crittenden County!

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DeSoto County

POPULATION: 161,252

DeSoto County is the place to be! Full of energy and exciting growth, DeSoto County has wonderful shopping experiences, a great spot for sports enthusiasts, and multiple venues for music concerts. There is something for the whole family! Come take a Day Trip to DeSoto!

CHECK OUT THE DE SOTO TOURISM SITE

http://www.sodesoto.com/

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