Blount County is one of the oldest counties in Tennessee and was established in 1795 before statehood and was named in honor of Territorial Governor William Blount. To the southeast of Maryville, its county seat, is a portion of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Blount County has also been a prominent place for companies and industries such as the Little River Lumber Company, the Schlosser Leather Company and the Aluminum Corporation of America. For more information on Blount County, please go to the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History & Culture website.
|Farm Name||County||Date Founded||Special Recognition|
|Reese Tip Davis Farm||Blount||1867|
|Robert McKenry and Sons Farm||Blount||1845|
|Samuel Henry Farm||Blount||1808|
|Serene Manor aka Cedar Crest||Blount||1807|
|Walker Gamble Farm||Blount||1809|
|Walker Properties LLC||Blount||1908|