Senatobia is roughly 40 minutes away from Holly Springs and Memphis, Tenn. With the blues music culture of Memphis to the north and the wilderness expanse of Holly Springs National Forest to the east, homes for rent in Senatobia may attract both nature lovers and urban aficionados.
Senatobia Historical Facts
In 1919, automobile drivers weren't allowed to drive faster than 12 miles per hour, but cars were only required to have one light on the rear of the vehicle. The first traffic light in Senatobia cost $400 and wasn't installed until 1949.
Senatobia was officially recognized as a municipality in 1860, predating the establishment of Tate County by 13 years.
The origin of Senatobia can be traced back to 1843, when James Peters spent $1.25 per acre for two plots of land initially owned by the Chickasaw Nation.
Tools for Senatobia Renters
The official website of the City of Senatobia makes a wide range of resources accessible to renters, including a city directory and utilities forms.
Educational services are available at the Tate County School District website.
The Tate County Sheriff's website provides information about various aspects of local law enforcement and other legal matters.
Outdoor adventure is just a short drive away from Senatobia rentals at Holly Springs National Forest. The forest, covering more than 150,000 acres, offers visitors the chance to exercise and explore in a variety of ways. In addition to a swimming areas and miles of biking and walking trails, the forest offers three designated campgrounds and scenic lake vistas. Up in Memphis, renters can experience American music culture from the past and present. A trip into the history of the blues is possible at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music, while numerous live music venues line famous Beale Street, such as The New Daisy Theatre and Mr. Handy's Blues Hall.