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Oakdale, TN Contractors

Oakdale, TN, is located in Morgan County among the Cumberland Mountains in East Tennessee. Commonly associated with the Lone Mountain State Forest, Oakdale provides local residents with a safe and stress free place to work, raise a family or visit. The area has a rich heritage and unparalleled beauty that includes the Southwest Point Park, Watts Bar Lake and the Big South Fork National River.

Area History

Morgan County was created through a legislative act in 1817 with land taken from Roane County. The area runs diagonally from the eastern escarpment of the Cumberland Plateau to the Kentucky line in the north. The county was named in honor of General Daniel Morgan, who was a soldier, statesman, and Virginia Congressman.

Oakdale was founded in the 1880s when the Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway constructed a route through the mountains and built a hotel to serve the railroad workers. For many years after the turn of the century, Oakdale prospered because of its proximity to the railroad.

Despite its current rural appearance, Oakdale once had a Coca-Cola bottling plant, a produce and fresh meat market, a furniture store, a railroad company store and several restaurants. The town even had a skating rink and a theater where movies were shown nightly. The Great Depression had a significant impact on the local economy, and the majority of the businesses closed in subsequent years.


Greater Morgan County is easily accessible on I-40 and I-75. Local residents and visitors can choose from a variety of outdoor recreational activities and interesting tourist attractions.

  • Frozen Head State Park: The park consists of over 24,000 acres and is classified as a state natural area. The terrain varies from 1,300 feet to 3,000 feet, and there are 14 peaks that are over 3,000 feet high.
  • Historic Rugby: The town of Rugby attracts over 65,000 visitors annually. Many buildings are open for daily tours including the commissary and the Harrow Road Café. In May, the town sponsors the festival of British and Appalachian Culture, which includes 20 arts and crafts workshops that focus on the town's history.
  • Lone Mountain State Forest: Managed by the Forestry Division of the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Lone Mountain is located just outside of Wartburg. The mountain itself has an elevation of 2,530 feet and is considered one of the 25 most prominent mountains in Tennessee. The forest provides over 15 miles of trails suitable for hikers, backpackers and mountain bike riders.


The Oakdale lifestyle reflects its rural heritage and southern hospitality. Residents appreciate the low crime rate and the clean, relaxed environment.

  • Population: 220 as of 2012
  • Estimated Household Income: $35,346 as of 2011
  • Cost of Living Index: 79.1 (U.S. average is 100)
  • Median Home Value: $70,158 as of 2011
  • High School Diploma: 69.3 percent
  • Unemployment: 10.4 percent as of 2012
  • Industries: Manufacturing, construction, wholesale
  • Crime: The Total Crime Index for Oakdale is seven, which is significantly lower than the national average of 100.


Oakdale is part of the Morgan County School District. The district serves over 3,300 students and includes eight schools.

  • Oakdale School: Grades K-12

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