The town boasts a myriad of talented artists from musicians to painters to potters; not to mention outdoor lovers who take part in the many hunting, fishing, hiking and camping opportunities available in this idyllic Middle Tennessee setting. Residents and visitors never leave hungry with local eateries on every corner such as the famous Carl’s Perfect Pig Bar-B-Que, Houston’s, Hog Heaven, El Monte and don’t forget Freezer Burn’s great ice cream. The town’s Community Center is a great place to hear live music on the weekends or visit with friends at the weekly Senior’s Luncheon. The sense of community and town pride is evident at local events such as the Main Street Festival, Apple Butter Festival, Grillin’ & Greens Cook-Off and the popular Electric Light Christmas parade.
Outdoor recreation is the center-piece of the lifestyle in White Bluff, with the community-built, Field of Dreams playground – designed and maintained by the community – Rover's Playpen dog park, walking trails and more. At Veteran’s Park ball field the families in the community love to rally around the local ball teams as well as local school teams when engaged in friendly competition.
White Bluff also enjoys being right next to Montgomery Bell State Park, the crown jewel of the Tennessee State Parks system, where visitors and residents can relax in the resort quality atmosphere in brand new luxury cabins, restaurant and inn. You can spend the day biking one of the finest mountain bike trail systems in Middle Tennessee or enjoying a round of golf amidst the natural terrain. Access to the Scenic Harpeth River is also a few miles east of White Bluff and is yet another picturesque recreational resource of this great community. White Bluff is also within minutes of one of the few remaining drive-in movie theaters in Tennessee, providing an unmatched family outing.