Warren County was established in 1807 and was named in honor of General Joseph Warren, the first general killed in the War of Independence and its county seat is McMinnville. The county has a notable lumber industry and a nursery industry that have provided support for the county’s economy. The county is also home to Rock Island State Park where many residents find recreational opportunities. For more information regarding Warren County, please go to the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History & Culture website.
|Farm Name||County||Date Founded||Special Recognition|
|George Cope Place||Warren||1910|
|Myers Cove Farm||Warren||1851|
|River Valley Farm||Warren||1828|
|Rogers Home Plate Farm||Warren||1919|