Welcome to Bull’s Gap, Tennessee
Bulls Gap was settled in 1794. The town was named for the famous gunsmith, John Bull, who made his home in the gap of the mountains.
During its time, the town has been called Rogersville Junction and Bulls Gap Junction. Eventually, the town — an important railroad junction fought over during the Civil War — was allowed to keep its traditional name, Bulls Gap.
With the Appalachian Mountains, many trails and outdoor activities, low-cost of living, employment opportunities and beautiful four seasons, Bulls Gap is a wonderful place to raise a family. We invite to reach out to us to learn more and explore potential business opportunities for your business and the growth of the community with us.