Population :  56,833 (as of 2010 Census)
Hawkins County is a county located in the U.S. state of Tennessee.  Its county seat is Rogersville,[4] Tennessee’s second-oldest town. The county was created in 1787[1][5]and named for Benjamin Hawkins, a U.S. Senator from North Carolina.

  • Population (2010)–56,833
  • Median HH income–$36,927
  • Per capita income–$15,895
  • Median home value–$108,600
  • 2 High Schools, 3 Middle Schools, 11 Elementary Schools, Pre-K, Adult Education and Alternative learning options


Historic Rogersville is a must see for everyone! This town has such a story behind it and you’re bound to find something fun on a morning or afternoon like visit The Swift Museum, Crockett Spring Park, or grab lunch at Golden Dairy.