Greenbrier, Arkansas Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The city of Greenbrier, Tennessee, sits along the banks of the Cumberland River. The most comfortable month is May. The least comfortable is January. The population of this city is 5,782 people. The best months to live in Greenbrier include September, May, and October. Listed below are the top three months to visit Greenbrier in the U.S.: Population & Steets in Greenbrier City

Greenbrier is a small, second-class city in Faulkner County, Arkansas. Greenbrier is twelve miles north of Conway on Highway 65. At the center of Greenbrier are two state parks, Woolly Hollow State Park and Lake Bennett. Greenbrier's population was around 2,400 in 2000. The area was home to several Native American tribes before the arrival of Europeans. The famous Jim Bowie and Jesse James passed through the area before moving on to Texas. In 1818, the Wiley brothers settled on the east fork of the Cadron River, and in 1837, the Works Progress Administration built a road from Greenbrier to the Civil Conservation Corps camp at Centerville. In 1878, the Casharagos moved north of Greenbrier.

The city's population is mixed and spread across all age groups. Twenty-nine percent of households were made up of married couples, while forty-one percent were non-families. The median age of the people living in Greenbrier City is 32. The city's male population was larger than its female population. There were ninety-nine males for every one hundred females.