Location: Dunlap lies in the middle of the Sequatchie Valley at the center of Sequatchie County. Dunlap is Sequatchie's only incorporated town and the county seat.
Size: 8.62 square miles
Population: 5,053 (2013 estimate)
Mayor: Dwain Land
Commissioners: Dan Barker, Jeff Johnson, Judy Layne and Jeff Harmon
Attraction: Tennessee Tree Toppers hang-gliding operation at Henson Gap
Schools: Sequatchie County High School, Sequatchie County Middle School and Griffith Elementary School
Traditions: Dunlap is one of the "ground zero" points along the 675-mile World's Longest Yard Sale route along U.S. Highway 127 between Gadsden, Ala., and Hudson, Mich.
Famous landmark: Dunlap Coke Ovens Park and Museum is the 62-acre tribute to local coal-mining history and lore as well as the annual Coke Ovens Bluegrass Festival the first weekend in June.
Quote: "We're friendly. If you're lost we'll try to get you on the right path. We're good people and we're just a good hometown." -- Gail Henry, owner of the Pit Stop with her husband, Bobby