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Welcome to the Parkers Crossroads home page. We hope you find the information on this site useful.


Veterans Cemetery Project  
Donations for the land acquisition made be sent to the following address: 

Please make checks payable to: 
West TN State Veterans Cemetery
P. O. Box 1334
Lexington, TN  38351
 
For more information email Judy McBee, call (731) 968-3927, or visit the
TN Department of Veterans Affairs

Incorporated as a city on June 2, 1981, Parkers Crossroads is located mid-way between Nashville and Memphis. The town is traversed by Interstate 40, where over 70,000 vehicles travel each day. The availability of food, lodging, RV and camping facilities make it an ideal stop for travelers between Nashville and Memphis.

Historic Parkers Crossroads is named after Reverend John Parker, a Baptist minister and doctor, who settled here about 1830. With the opening of I-40 in the late 1960s, the crossroads has grown from a town with a cotton gin and two rural grocery stores to over 17 businesses.

Preservation of the Parkers Crossroads Civil War Battlefield began in 1994. This site is now a state-owned park with a self-guided driving tour and over two miles of paved walking trails. More than 40 interpretative signs help educate the park visitor about the tragic battle that took place here on December 31, 1862.

We invite you to contact us for additional information on our attractions, businesses and services. Our city welcomes the opportunity to assist you in any way.

City of Parkers Crossroads | P. O. Box 159 | Parkers Crossroads, TN  38388
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