Huntland is a beautiful rural community in Middle Tennessee in the southwest part of Franklin County—12 miles soutwest of Winchester, the county seat; 22 miles east of Fayetteville, the Lincoln County seat; 35 miles northeast of Huntsville, Alabama; and 100 miles south of Nashville, Tennessee’s state capitol. Huntland has a planning and zoning commission and is governed by five alderman who meet every third Tuesday of the month.
Huntland has one of the county schools, established in the early 1900s, educating students K-12 with about 754 students enrolled. Huntland is proud of its family-oriented elementary, middle school, and high school. They excel in academics, as well as sports.
Town water is obtained from two wells with an up-to-date filtration plant. A city park lies in the center of town with a community center and fire hall. A local bank enhances the town’s business section of about twenty businesses. A lumber company is located in the industrial area. A medical clinic ensure residents' health care. Huntland has a Dollar General Store and a remodeled bank building serving as the City Hall and Water Department.
For 70 years, the Huntland Lions Club has held an annual 4th of July celebration. Partly surrounded by beautiful mountains and fertile farmlands, Huntland is a great place for people who enjoy small town life. We encourage you to visit our lovely town.
Mayor of Huntland
Dolton Steele Jr.