McMinnville is the largest city in and the county seat of Warren County, Tennessee, United States. The population was 12,749 at the 2000 census.The 2005 census estimate is 13,242, a change of only +3.9%, making McMinnville one of Tennessee's slowest growing cities. It was named after Joseph McMinn, a governor of Tennessee, in 1810.
Electricity - McMinnville Electric System and Caney Fork Electric Cooperative
Gas - Middle Tennessee Natural Gas
Telephone - Ben Lomand Communications
Water - City of McMinnville, Department of Water & Wastewater
Cable Television - BLTV and Charter Communications
Cell Phone Service - Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Nextel, Firewire and DTC Wireless
Rock Island State Park - Located on Warren County's northeastern border with White County. This park includes many hiking trails, is known for its white-water rafting.
Cumberland Caverns - Cumberland Caverns is Tennessee’s largest show cave. The cave displays some of the largest underground rooms in eastern America, with more than 32 known miles and many more estimated miles of virgin cave. It also features waterfalls, gleaming pools, spectacular formations, and even a ¾ ton chandelier. The historic 1812 saltpeter mine and “God of the Mountain”, an original underground pageant of light and sound, are shown on every tour. Since 1810, Cumberland Caverns has played a major role in events such as the Civil War and the War of 1812.
Court Square Park - This park is located in front of the Warren County Courthouse, in downtown McMinnville. The park was once a thriving place where all the citizens of McMinnville would come together, and let their horses get a drink from the Hebe Statue, which had been donated by the Women's League in 1917. By the late 1900s, after the city modernized itself, the park was forgotten. In 2006, the State of Tennessee gave each county money to enable them to revitalize their downtown areas. This included the restoration of the Hebe Statue and the old city fountain.