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: 5,068 (2014 estimate)
Government: Mayor Dwain Land; commissioners Jeff Harmon, Jeff Johnson, Allen Jones and Judy Layne
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 on the 675-mile World's Longest Yard Sale route along U.S. Highway 127 between Gadsden, Ala., and Hudson, Mich. Bluegrass musicians from across the region, state and nation converge in Dunlap for the Coke Ovens Bluegrass Festival the first weekend in June.
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.
"My favorite things about living in Dunlap are the uniquely exquisite beauty we are surrounded by and being blessed by the people who are always willing to lend a hand."
— Jennifer Easterly, lifelong resident and floral designer at Flowers & Thyme