Centrally located on the beautiful Cumberland Plateau in Middle Tennessee, Cumberland County and the city of Crossville are within a one-day drive of 70% of the nation’s population. The cities of Nashville (113 miles), Knoxville (70 miles), and Chattanooga (80 miles) are all within a one-to-two-hour drive making this a natural hub with access to airport, rail, and port facilities.
Interstate 40 runs through the middle of Cumberland County and Crossville is easily accessible with three interchanges. US Highways 127 & 70 and several state highways also run through Crossville, giving access to many of the smaller towns in the region. Several national freight carriers currently serving Crossville businesses are Averitt Express, USF Holland, Old Dominion, and Ryder.
For air travelers, Crossville Memorial Airport (KCSV), our top-notch municipal airfield, has a runway of 5,418 feet, which allows larger corporate jet access Commercial air service is available via Knoxville’s McGhee – Tyson International Airport (TYS) is located 80 miles to the east and Nashville International Airport (BNA) is located 100 miles to the west.
U.S. Highways: 70 and 127
State Highways: 1, 24, 28, 68, 101, 298, 392, 419, 462
Served by Tennessee Central Rail
Airport Code: CSV | Within 2 Miles of Crossville
Runway Length: 5,418 feet
Additional Details: Asphalt Runway, HIRL/VASI/PAPI Lighting, 100LL/Jet A Fuel, Major Repairs, and Tie-Down/Hanger Storage Available
2409 Sparta Hwy, Crossville, TN 38572
+1 (931) 484-5278