The toughest part about living in an apartment in Hendersonville, Tennessee is finding time for all the fun there is to be had in and around this lakefront city. And that's just in Hendersonville alone. Add Nashville's Music City and the Smoky Mountains in the east to the mix, and the possibilities for adventure are endless.
If you're an outdoor person, you probably won't spend much time in your new Hendersonville apartment no matter how fabulous it is. With 26 miles of shoreline on Hickory Lake, you can go boating, water skiing, jet-skiing or fishing any day of the week. Stay dry and still enjoy great lake views while camping, hiking and picnicking around the lake.
When family and friends visit you in your new apartment, Hendersonville features several historic sites you can show them. They're sure to be impressed with a tour of the Historic Rock Castle Ð a seven-level limestone mansion built around 1790. Another incredible historic mansion is 140-year old Monthaven, which houses the Henderson Arts Council. In addition to the beauty of the mansion itself, the museum has a variety of paintings, photography and other art on display, as well as a gift shop with local arts and crafts.
You won't have to drive too far from any Hendersonville apartment to attend professional or college sporting events. You can travel to nearby Nashville to see the Tennessee Titans play football or the Nashville Predators play hockey. And driving a few hours to Knoxville is worth it to see the Tennessee Volunteers play a home game in Neyland Stadium.
We've covered a few of the exciting and interesting activities in the area, but rest assured, there are many more. Experience all these things and more when you find your perfect apartment in Hendersonville on ApartmentGuide.com.