Selmer is located in the heart of McNairy County and is rich in history and culture. Selmer is the county seat, housing one of the largest and most outstanding courthouses in the state of Tennessee! Selmer boasts a great public school system, a beautiful park for tennis or basketball, a walking trail, and a playground area for the kids. It sits only minutes away from Big Hill Pond State Park or Pickwick Lake, both of which are great for fishing and other outdoor activities. Located on the Rockabilly Highway, Selmer is proud to claim its musical heritage and invite you to come visit Rockabilly Park downtown, featuring murals by local artist Brian Tull. Selmer has great restaurants and is only minutes away from Shiloh National Military Park, Pinson Mounds Archaeological Site, and the Coon Creek Science Center. It is also home to the famous Buford Pusser of “Walking Tall”.