Goodlettsville, Tennessee is a small city located 10 miles north of Nashville. It is a family-oriented, vibrant community set in the northern Tennessee hills. The rich history of the area is evident in the graceful architecture of Goodlettsville’s older buildings.
Kasper Mansker settled near Mansker Creek in 1780. He built a fort, helped form the local government, and fought in the War of 1812. The authentic reconstruction of Mansker’s Station is located at Moss-Wright Park, which also offers trails, ball fields, and a large playground on its 147 acres.
The Bowen Plantation House is an important landmark, built in 1787 by Captain William Bowen, who was granted the land in return for serving in the Revolutionary War.
Goodlettsville’s small-town appeal includes community kickball games, a summer movie series, dances, family campouts, and many other seasonal events. Apartment rentals in Goodlettsville are situated in an old-fashioned community just minutes for bustling downtown Nashville.