Van Buren County is located on the beautiful rolling hills of the Cumberland Plateau. The County was established on January 24, 1840 and was named for the eighth President of the United States, Martin Van Buren. We are the proud home of Fall Creek Falls State Park the largest and most visited state park in Tennessee with over one million visitors yearly.
It is the mission of Van Buren County Mayor Greg Wilson to improve the quality of life for those who live in and visit our beautiful county. We strive to provide for the needs of all our citizens and visitors with quality public service and a strong commitment to economic development. We take pride in our quality of life, quality education, our abundant natural resources and development of our community.
We invite you to spend a few days with us and see for yourself the majestic mountain views, abundance of wildlife and old grow forest. Once you've seen it, we won’t be surprised if you decide to take advantage of the peaceful tranquility on our beautiful mountain hideaway or better yet, settle into an inviting business environment, what a great place to do business! Van Buren County has so much to offer and we want to share it with you.