Watertown Tennessee
Next Prev

Spring Mile Long Yard Sale

Visit Watertown on April 21st, 2018 for the 28th Annual Spring Mile Long Yard Sale. Booth space STILL available - online application now available!
Learn More

Chamber Member Spotlight

Make sure to check out our current Watertown & East Wilson Chamber of Commerce Member Spotlight!
Learn More

Watertown Excursion Trains

Visit Watertown, Tennessee as part of one of the Excursion Train experiences provided by the Tennessee Central Railway Museum.
Learn More

Local Businesses

Watertown has several great local businesses and shops which help to make up our unique atmosphere. Stop by and shop for antiques, great local cuisine, and more!
Learn More

Local Attractions

Antiques shopping, unique gifts, and a local drive-in theater help make Watertown a great destination.

Unique Local Events

Watertown host many unique events throughout each year (pictured is the annual Big Hill Challenge). To learn more about our numerous local events, click the link below to visit the Watertown Events page.
Learn More

Welcome to Watertown, TN - Online!

State of the County Presentation

State of the County Presentation

Given by Wilson County Mayor, Randall Hutto

Monday, April 27th, 2015 at 6:00 PM at the Watertown High School auditorium

The public is invited to attend and find out what’s going on in our growing county and have an opportunity to speak with Mayor Hutto.

About Mayor Hutto

RandallHuttoRandall Hutto is a life long resident of Wilson County.  Growing up in Watertown, he attended Watertown Elementary and graduated from Watertown High School.  Randall earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Middle Tennessee State University in 1984, and would continue his education with a Master’s plus 30 degree in Education from Trevecaa Nazarene College.

He began his career in education at Lebanon High School in1984, teaching U. S. History, Math, and Physical Education.  During his tenure at Lebanon High, he utilized his passion for both young people and athletics as an assistant varsity football coach for 16 years, and led the Blue Devils Boys’ Varsity Basketball team as head coach for 12 years.

After an 18 year career at Lebanon High School, Randall accepted the opportunity to serve as Assistant Director of Schools for the Lebanon Special School District in 2003.

Randall began a new and challenging career in September of 2010, when the citizens of Wilson County elected him to serve as Wilson County Mayor.  

He and his wife, Paula, have been married for more than 27 years, and have three children, Alex and Megan students at Tennessee Tech University and Brett, a student at Lebanon High School.  Randall and his family are members of Immanuel Baptist Church, where he teaches Sunday School and serves as a deacon.  He is a member of the Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, and Watertown Chambers of Commerce, and an active member of the Lebanon Breakfast Rotary Club.

Watertown Big Hill Challenge

BHC logo2017 Watertown Big Hill Challenge
Saturday, June 10, 2017

Ride through the sleepy countryside, beautiful farmland and historic towns. Nestled just east of Nashville in Wilson County, historic Watertown offers some of the best scenic views in the area. The Big Hill Challenge invites riders of all levels and ages to join a community of cyclists to work together and share in the challenges and rewards of tour cycling.

Routes include: Fitness - 16 miles, 1/2 Metric - 30 miles, Metric - 62 miles, and Century - 100 miles

Register for this event and learn more at: https://veloteers.wildapricot.org/Big-Hill-Challenge/.

This event is hosted by Historic Watertown and the Veloteers Bicycle Club, and supported by Biker’s Choice Bicycle Shop - proceeds from this event benefit the restoration and preservation of historic Watertown, Tennessee through the efforts of Historic Watertown and supports cycling initiatives in Wilson County through the Veloteers Bicycle Club Grant Fund.

About Historic Watertown 

Watertown, Inc., is a 501c3 nonprofit organization whose wide range of activities include beautification of the Watertown Square and the continuing development of the Welcome Center and Historical Archives Display as well as spearheading community improvement projects that benefit the Watertown community as a whole. 

About the Veloteers Bicycle Club

The Veloteers Bicycle Club is a 501c4 nonprofit organization established in 2002 that is committed to support cycling initiatives—including advocacy and education to promote healthy lifestyles, greenway and trail development, fitness and sports programs, and more. To learn more, visit http://www.veloteers.org.

Wilson County Fair

Wilson County Fair



For more information on the Wilson County Fair, click here!



Sign-Up to aid with the Watertown Camber of Commerce booth at this year's Wilson County Fair!


For more information on the Wilson County Fair, click here!

Valentines Art Crawl

artcrawlartcrawl valentinesWatertown will be kicking off the Valentine’s season on Saturday, Feb. 9, with the 2013 edition of the annual Valentine’s Art Crawl. The crawl, which is sponsored by the Local Artist Guild (LAG), will run twice throughout the day. Festivities will begin with the arrival of the Murder Mystery Excursion train late morning with a break mid-afternoon, and again from 6 pm until 9 pm. Some locations will be serving wine and cheese in the evening – to patrons of age, of course.

There are eight stops along the art crawl. Locations will be marked with red hearts during the event. The crawl begins at Sonshine Leather on West Main Street. From there, patrons will travel down the square to the upcoming 204 Fitness, located next to the Public Library. After leaving 204 Fitness, the trail will continue to the Gypsy Moon and Thornton Metal Studios.

Continuing off the square down East Main Street, Walker Creek Coffee and LuLu’s Coffeehouse and Café will be the next two stops. Lulu’s will be hosting display of work by missing Watertown artist David Reimens (see story on this page).

Continuing down East Main, ou will find Grass Roots Gifts and Collectables across from Nona Liisa Pizzeria. Grass Rots is location number 7 on the art crawl. It will lead patrons back toward the square and to the final location of Hunter Gallery, located in the front lobby of The Watertown Gazette.

The Watertown Band Boosters will also be selling goods during the art crawl to raise money for their organization. They will have available baked goods, crafts and more.

They are seeking donations of wrapped baked goods or anything sellable with a valentine’s theme (like cards, flowers, crafts, etc.). Persons wishing to donate may drop items at the band portable on Friday or at the gazebo by 10 am the day of the event.

Participating artists include: Susan Thornton, Charlette Clemmer, Susan DeMay, Pat Jackson, Amy Potter, Brenda Hawkins, William Hunter, Mac Wilhouby, Donna Delmas, and many more.

Remember, nothing says “I love you” on Valentine’s Day like something original, and you can’t get more original than with art.




Getting to Watertown: From Interstate 40 (traveling either direction) take exit 239A (Highway 70) toward Watertown.  Follow Hwy 70 approximately 10 miles (stay right at the fork in the road).  Turn left on Depot St (this intersection has a flashing light) which will take you to the Public Square.  Parking is available on the square and in several small lots just off the square.


Be sure to visit all four galleries to enjoy all the art and take home your very own unique piece from a local artist!


For More information, call Donna Delmas  (615) 306-6523


Around Town

Upcoming 2015 Featured Events



2015 Calendar of Events

- See all 2015 events -




 Additional Links & Information


Click to Visit!

WC the Place to Be

Information about Wilson County


Click to Visit!

Visit Wilson County

Wilson County Convention & Visitors Bureau


Click to Visit!


Official State Travel & Visitor Information




Watertown Chamber

Watertown Chamber Page 


Join us to stay informed and/or get involved in all that the Watertown/East Wilson County Chamber of Commerce has to offer!

Watertown Chamber of Commerce memerships are available for both businesses and individuals that want to help promote Watertown. The Chamber promotes the entire community, including community events like the Easter Egg Hunt, Fourth of July Parade AND Fireworks, and more!


Want to help or include your info?
Contact the Chamber at 615-237-0270 or Chamber (at) WatertownTN.com 

2018 Watertown Chamber Officers
More Information

Meeting Reminder:
First Tuesday -March 6th

@ Depot Junction Cafe
 108 Depot Ave
Watertown, TN 37184

Historic Watertown

Historic Watertown Page

Historic WatertownMeeting Reminders!

While you are enjoying your visit to Watertown visit the Archives located inthe Atwood Welcome Center.
The displays offer insight into the town's military, business, and educational history.


Big Hill Challenge - Saturady, June 9, 2018
Save the date for the 2018 Big Hill Challenge - this amazing event is hosted by Historic Watertown and the Veloteers Bicycle Club, and supported by Biker’s Choice Bicycle Shop.
Proceeds from this event benefit Historic Watertown

Read More


Meeting Reminder:
Every Month
1st Friday

@ 9:30AM | Watertown Library
Library Meeting Room (in the back)
  • Upcoming Featured Events

    Winter Events in Watertown

    Chamber Meeting - March 6

    Easter Bunny Train / Community Egg Hunt - March 31

    Spring Mile Long Yard Sale - April 21

    View Details  
  • Watertown Events Calendar

    May 2018
    See all the upcoming events for 2018
    View Details  
  • Community Events Calendar

    Events, meetings, and and other community dates
    View Details  
  • Wilson County CVB

    Wilson County Convention & Visitors Bureau
    View Details  
  • TN Vacation

    Official State Travel & Visitor Information
    View Details  
© 2007-2018 WatertownTN.com. All Rights Reserved • Website Design by Visionary Design Group