City of Lebanon, TN
Lebanon is located in Wilson County in Tennessee. The median income is $45,047 and the median home value is $171,100. The unemployment rate is 11.69% compared to 7.9% for the U.S. as a whole. Workers commute an average of 22.9 minutes each day. The population is 79.0% White, 13.4% Black, 0.3% American Indian, 1.8% Asian, and 5.5% identify as some other race or ethnicity. For more on the schools, healthcare, and getting around in Lebanon, see each of the tabs below. For those people interested in the walkability of a community, Lebanon has a Walk Score® of 20.
Median Household Income$45,047
Median Home Price$171,100
Cedars of Lebanon State Park Known as Cedar City, it’s no surprise that Lebanon’s state park is full of glades of its most abundant tree. Cedars of Lebanon State Park spans about 900 acres of the more than 9,000-acre Cedars of Lebanon State Forest. The park is a great spot for family-friendly fun or a scenic getaway, and offers visitors a place to rest and relax with numerous campsites and cabins. Their deluxe cabins come complete with living spaces, full kitchens and bedrooms.
Lebanon is home to the Wilson County Fair, one of the state’s most popular summer fairs. In fact, more than 500,000 attendees come to the fair each year, making it one of the top 50 fairs in North America in terms of spectators. Southeast Tourism Society has lauded the fair, and Livability ranked it on its Top 10 Summer Fairs list.
Demos’ Restaurant Demos’ is a middle Tennessee favorite thanks to its menu of full of American and Italian dishes. With four locations in the region and one in Alabama, the restaurant’s popularity is evident. Diners love the Demos family’s recipes for steak and Italian pasta favorites such as brown butter spaghetti. Demos’ has won countless awards for customer satisfaction and affordable prices. Fat Mo’s
Lebanon’s Cherokee Steak House is a family-owned establishment that has been a cherished local eatery for more than 50 years. Situated on the shore of the Old Hickory Lake, Cherokee Steak House is popular destination for boaters looking for a meal on land.
State Park One of the Lebanon’s biggest attractions, Cedars of Lebanon State Park provides locals and visitors with plenty of outdoor fun. Besides camping, recreational activities include hiking and horseback riding. The park also has an Olympic-sized swimming pool with space for tanning, and lifeguards are on duty during the summer. Sports facilities feature playgrounds, lighted tennis courts and a softball field, as well as spots for volleyball and disc golf, so there's plenty to please the sports fans. Golf
Lebanon Premium Outlets One of the biggest draws in Lebanon is its impressive outlet store selection. Lebanon Premium Outlets features more than 50 shops and stores full of big-name designers at deep discounts. Coach, Nike and more all have large stores full of high-quality merchandise for low prices. The outlets also hold events and sales. Lebanon Premium Outlet hosts a summer music series where shoppers can enjoy being close to Music City without interrupting their shopping. Also, individual stores have sales as well as outlet-wide extra sales.