This town is ideal for those who love small-town life and community while being near major cities.

Welcome to Leiper’s Fork

A rural, family-friendly town in Williamson County.
This quaint town is located along the Natchez Trace, once used as a trade route, and is considered a historic district. A popular rest stop for those travelers in the early 1900s led this town to become what it is today—a village unspoiled by developers and loved by all who encounter it. This town is a mixture of picturesque Southern charm and culture with the family-friendly community you’d expect from a small town. 
You’ll find plenty of greenery and lush, rolling hills as you travel through the residential parts of town. Farms are plentiful, and the homes that sit on them vary from classic farmhouses to remodeled historic houses, with a mixture of Southern mansions strewn in. Well-manicured lawns and beautiful landscaping give way to large, wrap-around porches with swings for families to enjoy. The neighbors are friendly and often can be found walking their dogs or playing with their children. This town is ideal for those who love small-town life and community while being near major cities. 

What to Love 

Local Lifestyle

Residents love the quiet and charming feeling of this town. With plenty of green space and farmland, it offers a calm serenity in the middle of large cities. The neighbors are friendly and enjoy gathering together to enjoy a quiet afternoon of shopping or playing in the park with children. An assortment of local artists and galleries adds an eclectic feel to this otherwise quaint town. There are events held throughout the year, from music festivals to half marathon races, that bring in crowds from all over the country.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Just because this town is small doesn’t mean its shopping and dining options are! There are numerous retail stores, art galleries, gift shops, antique stores, and more. If you’re looking for an upscale boutique specializing in glamorous Western wear, check out Moo Country. Serenite Maison is a resident favorite for all your antique needs—specializing in a variety of furniture, lighting, and more from all over the world. The Copper Fox Gallery, housed in a turn-of-the-century general store, offers a variety of selections from local arts and crafts to jewelry, books, and even antiques. Along with that is the David Arms art gallery and shop. Not only will you find exquisite artwork here, but plenty of gifts to purchase after a walk through the gallery. 
Restaurant options are also plentiful and range from quaint breakfast options to more upscale dinner locations. 1892 Leiper's Fork offers a more upscale feel with a menu that changes often enough to not put it on the website. A refined and high-end approach to Southern cooking is what you’ll find here, complete with menu items that are locally sourced and scratch-made. For a taste of down-home Southern cooking, make sure to try Country Boy. This family-run restaurant is known for its staple Southern cuisine that includes options like fried chicken and meatloaf. Head to Puckett’s Leiper's Fork (now known as Fox & Locke) for a delicious meal and a side of live music, a resident favorite and long-standing tradition in town.

Things to Do 

There is plenty to do in Leiper’s Fork, whether you’re sticking around town or venturing over to nearby Franklin. The Leiper’s Fork Distillery is a resident and visitor favorite where you can take a tour, sample spirits, and purchase gifts from the shop. On select nights they offer music showcases where you can enjoy local musicians. Any night at the Fox & Locke also offers a chance to enjoy live music while partaking in some delicious Southern staples. The annual town events include things like music festivals, turkey shoots, a variety of half marathons, and the “almost famous” Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade.


Leiper’s Fork is serviced by the exceptional Williamson County School District.


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