About the City of Ashland City Tennessee:
Ashland City is also home to Blue Heron Cruises who, along with Captain Jim, offer a wonderful water tour along the Cumberland River.
Cheatham County was formally established in 1856 by dividing portions of Davidson, Dickson, Robertson, and Montgomery counties and named after Edward S. Cheatham (1818-1878), a Tennessee state legislator.
Cheatham County encompasses right at 303 square miles and this very rural county is located North and North West of Nashville. Generally it is about a 30-40 minute drive to Downtown Nashville.
There are several cities located within Cheatham County and each offering its own unique flavor and character. The cities located within the boundaries of Cheatham County include:
Ashland City - Ashland City, the Cheatham County seat, is home to most of the county’s major employers. Yet for dining, the best local hangout is The Riverview Restaurant which sits on the banks of the Cumberland River.
Kingston Springs - Kingston Springs is a bedroom community, located West of Nashville in Cheatham County, that has become home to a number of well-known country music songwriters and performers.
Pegram - Current estimated population of Pegram is about 2,200 and most residents commute to larger population centers like Nashville to work.
Pleasant View - Once known as a stage coach stop, this small tight-knit community is located on the most eastern borders of Cheatham County, just north of Nashville, and equally as far south from Clarksville.
Middle Tennessee Community Information:
These ten neighboring counties include:
Davidson, Cheatham, Dickson, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson Counties.