Tennessee State Route 13

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"TN 13" redirects here. TN 13 may also refer to Tennessee's 13th congressional district.

State Route 13 primary marker State Route 13 secondary marker

State Route 13
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 153.01 mi (246.25 km)
Major junctions
South end: SR 17 at the Alabama state line

Natchez Trace Parkway in Collinwood
US 64 in Waynesboro
US 412 in Linden
I-40 Exit 143

US 41A Byp. in Clarksville
US 41A / US 79 in Clarksville

I-24 Exit 4
North end: US 79 at the Kentucky State Line
Counties: Wayne, Perry, Humphreys, Houston, Montgomery
Highway system
SR 12 SR 14

State Route 13, in the United States, is a south–north route from the Alabama border at Wayne County, Tennessee to the Kentucky border in Montgomery County.[1]

Route description[edit]

State Route 13 begins at the Alabama state line and continues north to parallel the Natchez Trace Parkway for a few miles near Collinwood. It intersects US-64 / SR-15 / SR-99 at Waynesboro. A few miles north of Waynesboro near the Perry County line, SR-48 heads northeast to Hohenwald and SR-13 turns west to Flat Woods where it resumes its northward direction and begins to parallel the Buffalo River. SR-13 follows the Buffalo River north, intersecting US-412 / SR-100 / (SR-20 unsigned) at Linden. North of Linden, SR-438 from Centerville crosses the Buffalo River and joins highway 13 at Beardstown for a few miles until SR-438 leaves Route 13 in DePriest Bend heading west to terminate at US-412 / SR-100 / (SR-20 unsigned) on the east bank of the Tennessee River near Perryville. Route 13 passes through Lobelville before its junction with Interstate 40, at Exit 143. It then continues north to its intersection with US-70 / SR-1 at Waverly. From Waverly, State Route 13 continues north to intersect SR-49 in Erin. Route 13 then turns east to Cunningham where it connects with SR-48 and continues north to cross the Cumberland River at Clarksville. In Clarksville, it becomes concurrent to U.S. Route 41A Bypass. After going up the west side of the city, it leaves the bypass and heads east to US-79, which it follows to Kentucky.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Tennessee Atlas & Gazetteer (Map) (2004 ed.). DeLorme.