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As one of the oldest towns outside of Memphis, Rossville has a lot of history. And residents of Rossville have plenty of time to explore that history along with a lot of recreational activities. The Wolf River offers opportunities to enjoy the water both by boat and dry land. A mile north of Rossville you’ll find the William B. Clark Conservation Area with an interpretive boardwalk through the bald cypress-water tupelo forest. Plus the Memphis Polo Club practices in Rossville for residents who need a bit more activity. Rossville Christian Academy fills the private school needs of the community while the Fayette County Public Schools provides public school education. When you’re looking for a small town for your next home but still want to be within a short commute of Memphis, Collierville, or Germantown, Rossville might be just the place you’re looking for.

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Beale Street Memphis Culture real estate

• Morton Museum of Collierville
• Historic Home Tour
• Somerville-Fayette County Library
• Opera Memphis
• Memphis Symphony Orchestra
• Memphis Botanical Gardens


memphis area restaurants

• Wolf River Cafe
• El So Azteca Restaurant
• Subway
• Tony’s Tacos
• Lost Pizza
• Baskin Robbins
• Highlander Scottish Pub


recreation in shelby co tennessee; memphis recreation

• Memphis Polo Club
• William B. Clark Conservation Area
• Wolf River
• Piperton Wetlands Complex


shopping in the memphis tennessee area real estate

• Small Town Boutique
• Papi Joe’s Tennessee Pepper Sauce
• D&K Woodworks
• Cypress Home and Garden