Area Attractions

Heritage Collection at the City Hall 

Scotts Hill Historical Collection

This collection looks back at times forgotten. Visitors can view items on display which include artifacts, documents, photographs and memorabilia of Scotts Hill days gone by.  Tours may be arranged to accommodate walk ins, students, organizations and other special occasions.  This collection is intended to be a community project of the Scotts Hill area.  Community members are welcome to display their items, if only for a limited time.  The Historical Board invites anyone to see the collection and welcomes comments from the community on the preservation of the community‘s history.

  • Any items presented for display must be a part of or exemplify a significant time in the Scotts Hill area history up to 1986.

  • With the limitation of space, some items may not be accepted.

  • Items can either be loaned or donated to the city.  Credit can be displayed with item if desired.

  • Items loaned can be retrieved by their owner with proper verification.  The Town of Scotts Hill or its representatives will take the best care possible with loaned items and cannot be held responsible for lost, damaged or stolen items loaned to the town.

  • Historic photographs given to the town for possible addition to the collection can be immediately copied, at no charge if staff and equipment is available.   Copies of pictures is not available to the general public.

  • Pictures being accepted must be of the Scotts Hill area, with central focus on street scenes, Churches with buildings as main focus, schools, former mayors and prominent leaders of times before 1986.

  • Donations can be accepted for the benefit of the historical collection.


Doe Creek School

Veterans Memorial

A monument in honor of all veterans, living or dead, is located in Scotts Hill City Park.  Over $10,000 was raised spearheaded by the Scotts Hill Lions Club.  Money was donated by other organizations, clubs and organizations.

The monument was dedicated May 29, 2006 at 2 pm. The Tennessee Air National Guard and the Air Cavalry Squadron began the program with a flyover.  

Flags representing each branch of the military and a military armament piece is planned to acquired to be placed in close proximity to the monument site.  A concrete walkway has been built from the parking area.

The six person committee  for this project was Joel Pierce, Jerry Taylor, Gordon Scott, Bill Snider, Wayne Stanfill and Harley Walker.

Jerry & Edith Taylor Charles Kennedy Richard & Shirley McClure
Bill & Carolyn Snider Pafford Funeral Home Gordon & Elizabeth Scott
Dale & Teresa McPeake Gerald Presley Tommy & Judith Willis
Janet Pierce Scotts Hill Pharmacy Tri-County Scottish Rite Club
Ebenezer Lodge #441 Hoover McPeake Dan & Lela Brigance
Ralph & Martha Averett Joe Pearcy Don & Catherine Buckingham
Harley & Katherine Walker Jharli Berry Carey & Ruth Anne Johnson
Reed’s Chapel Steve Bonee, Bonee A/C Larry & Vickie White
B & B Sawmill Kenneth & Ruth Broadway Danny & Anita Rhodes
Doris Scott Helms Lumber Co Larry & Mary K Dunnavant
J C McCollum Buck Lumber Co Leon & Flora Mae Ivey
Bill & Kathey Hulley Mt. Zion Baptist Church Marian & David Hutchinson
Ray & Patti Stewart Community South Bank Henderson County
Dock & Mary Ann Woody James McCormick Jack May Logging Company
Arlie & Joann Bingham Ruth’s Tax Service James & Loretta Mooney
J D White Cedar Grove Pentecostal Scotts Hill Clinic
VFW Post 4971 Natchez Trace VFW-Post and Auxiliary 1294 Joel & Ann Pierce
Rande & Jan Miller Bo & Wonnie McCarley Wayne & Gail Stanfill
Decatur Co D AV R T Long James Pearcy
Larry Creasey J M Patterson Celia Barrow, Mike White & Ronald White
Decatur County Klassic Styles & Tan Beech River Shrine Club
Scotts Hill Video Judge Rick Wood Helms Motor Co
Steve McDaniel David Kennedy Dale & Carolynn Rogers
Danny Johnson Farmers State Bank Ralph Kennedy
John & Dorothy Heller Alice Haggard Odell Lemons
Buddy & Debby McCormick Jessie S. Powers Earl & Ruth Funderburk
K D Medlin Michael Kennedy The American Flag Co
Two Anonymous Gifts Gerald & Jimmie Sue Creasy  

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Brownsport Furnace

Carroll Cabin Barrens

Beech River Regional Airport