Huntland is located in the south west part of Franklin County in middle Tennessee, with a population of 916 people. Huntland is named after Clinton Armstrong Hunt, who founded the town incorporated in 1907. It is governed by a private act charter established in 1913. Huntland is governed by a mayor and five alderman, which meets every 4th Monday night of every month. Huntland School is Pre-K through 12 grade. The City of Huntland has a dentist, hardware store, multiple daycares as well several other local businesses.