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Just 30 minutes south of Memphis, Tenn., Hernando offers renters an opportunity to live in a spacious suburban community with access to a major Southern city. Thanks to the city's combination of leg room and nearby urban amenities, homes for rent in Hernando attract many renters.

Hernando Historical Facts

  • After the Chickasaw Indians ceded land in what is now Mississippi, John Frazier, James Summer and John Ralston surveyed the area surrounding what would become Hernando.
  • The first newspaper in Hernando, named The Phoenix, was founded in 1841. John Lavins, an editor for the Democratic Party, published the paper.
  • Hernando was previously called Jefferson. Fred DeFuniak sketched out the plot of the town, which was to be published in Memphis newspapers.

Helpful Hernando Resources

  • Renters can learn about contemporary Hernando and its government affairs at the city's municipal website.
  • The Hernando Main Street Chamber of Commerce website provides tips on where to dine and shop in Hernando.
  • Educational information about schools in Hernando is available at the website of the DeSoto County School District.

Things to Do in Hernando

A number of parks are accessible just north of Hernando rentals. Wooten Park, for example, has baseball fields, picnic tables, playground equipment and paved walking trails. Latimer Lakes Park also has facilities for a number of activities, including football and baseball fields, a disc golf course, tennis courts, a playground and walking trails. Up in Memphis, historical and musical destinations abound. The National Civil Rights Museum presents documents, artifacts and other items that tell the story of African American culture and the American civil rights movement. To experience music and history in one location, renters can visit the Memphis Rock and Soul Museum, home to dozens of costumes, musical instruments and other items that preserve the legacy of an influential portion of American culture.