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Leiper's Fork

Leiper’s Fork is a rural village in Williamson County.

Welcome to Leiper’s Fork

A rural small town with all the comforts of home.
Leiper’s Fork is a rural village in Williamson County, just south of Nashville. The village is charming and quaint, offering residents a Mayberry small-town feel. It’s the perfect rural retreat from the neon lights of Nashville.
Leiper’s Fork was settled in the 1700s and remained a tiny rural town for hundreds of years. The town is located on the historic wooded trail known as Natchez Trace, which enabled it to become an important trade center.
Today, Leiper’s Fork remains a tranquil paradise away from the city, quiet and peaceful. It’s the perfect town to experience country living. Modern and elegant cottages are popular, many tucked away in the rolling hills.

What to Love

  • Beautiful countryside
  • Small-town feel
  • Fun community events

People & Lifestyle

Leiper’s Fork is a rural area punctuated by rivers and streams, and home to lush landscapes. The population is quite small, so it’s the kind of town where you’ll know your neighbors and experience that classic Southern hospitality from your close-knit community.
Families love Leiper’s Fork for the excellent public school system, but the peace and quiet of the country draws in residents of all ages. Franklin and Nashville are located just an easy drive away, so getting to the city is a breeze. Working professionals who want to experience tranquil country life outside of the office often move to this area.

Dining, Shopping, & Entertainment

For a small town, Leiper’s Fork has plenty of delicious restaurants, art galleries, and even a distillery to enjoy!
Shoppers love Patina, a cozy shop that specializes in house wares, antiques and garden decor. You can also step into the Leiper’s Creek Gallery, the Copper Fox, or the David Arms Studio to view some stunning art.
The Fox and Locke General Store is located right in the heart of Leiper’s Fork, it’s a local favorite for their food, live music, and fire pit out front. Experience fine dining at 1892 which features locally grown menu items and an atmosphere that feels like home. Grab breakfast with all the locals at the Country Boy Restaurant, a classically Southern diner experience. Leiper’s Fork Distillery is also worth a visit for whiskey lovers.

Things to Do

In true small town form, Leiper’s Fork puts on notable events for the whole community at various times throughout the year. There’s always something going on to enjoy with your friends and family!
The Lawnchair Theater often shows outdoor movies, which is a fun experience for you to get to know your neighbors. Historical sites and natural beauty collide at the Natchez Parkway, which is a 444 mile National Scenic Bypass that links Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville. Used as a trade route for centuries, it is now dotted with historical sites to explore and endless miles of beauty to discover. The Trace is open all year round to hikers, bikers, motorists and horseback riders but is particularly beautiful in the fall.


Leiper’s Fork is zoned to the award-winning Williamson County School District. Grace Christian Academy, PreK-12, Independent Christian School

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Overview for Leiper's Fork, TN

84 people live in Leiper's Fork, where the median age is 51 and the average individual income is $56,016. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

51 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Leiper's Fork, TN

Leiper's Fork has 63 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Leiper's Fork do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 84 people call Leiper's Fork home. The population density is 5,422.855 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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53.57 / 46.43%

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