In Tipton County you’ll find the remarkable historic town of Atoka, Tennessee. Atoka has origins dating back to 1838 when it adopted Porterville's charter as its own. Nestled in the 38004 zip code, Atoka is an unincorporated municipality that serves as home to approximately 8,500 residents. Atoka has the second largest population in the county, second only to Covington, the county seat.
Among Atoka’s many impressive features, you’ll find five beautiful public parks within its city limits: Walter Park, Pioneer Park, Nancy Lane Park, Atoka Greenway Trail and Adkison Park. Each of these remarkable destination has its own unique history and distinct recreational facilities. Adkison Park is the city’s oldest park and is just over one acre is size. The Atoka Greenway Trail is a planned junction between Pioneer Park and Walker Park. Pioneer Park is 6.5 acres and features a ? mile lighted walking track and a picturesque two acre pond, among several other amenities. Walker Park is over sixty acres in size and has a 1.5 mile walking track, in addition to pavillions, a lighted athletic field, a playground and more. Nancy Lane Park is almost forty-two acres in size and serves as home to an eighteen hole disc golf course, a softball diamond complex, a wooded nature trail and many other impressive features.
Composed of 12.36 square miles, Atoka is just east of the Mississippi River and has diverse real estate options including undeveloped land and homes of varying ages, sizes and architectural styles. You can find lots ranging in size from 0.5 acre to multiple acres with listing prices of $30,000 to $1.5 million. The price of land varies wildly depending upon the property’s location. Home prices also vary, ranging from as little as $46,400 to over $350,000, also depending upon the property’s location, as well as its age and size.
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