Tennessee State Route 114

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State Route 114

TN 114 in red
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length96.49 mi (155.29 km)
Major junctions
South end US 64 at Clifton Junction
Major intersections
North end SR 77 south of Paris
CountryUnited States
CountiesWayne, Hardin, Decatur, Henderson, Carroll, Henry
Highway system
SR 113 SR 115

State Route 114 (SR 114) is a north–south state highway that traverses six counties in the western grand division of Tennessee. The 96.49-mile-long (155.29 km) route travels from Clifton Junction to an area south of Paris via Scotts Hill, Lexington, and the Natchez Trace State Park.[1]

Most of SR 114 is a secondary route, but a portion of the route between Clifton and Bath Springs is a primary route.

Route description

Wayne and Hardin Counties

SR 114 begins at Clifton Junction in western Wayne County, at an intersection with US 64 (SR 15). It goes north as an improved 2-lane highway and runs concurrently with US 641 as a secret, or hidden, designation. They pass through Clifton, where they have a short concurrency with SR 128, where it enters Hardin County, just before crossing a bridge over the Tennessee River before crossing into Decatur County.

Decatur County

SR 114 then follows a northwesterly path as it becomes signed at an intersection with SR 69 near Bath Springs, where it splits from US 641 and becomes concurrent with SR 69. They pass through Bath Springs before they split, with SR 114 continuing northwest. SR 114 has an intersection with SR 202 and passes through Lick Skillet before entering Scotts Hill and crossing into Henderson County.

Henderson County

SR 114 becomes concurrent with SR 201 in downtown before having an intersection with SR 100. They then leave Scott's Hill, where SR 201 splits off from SR 114 just to the north of town. The highway then enters Chesterfield, where it turns west to run concurrently with US 412 (SR 20) to Lexington as a 4-lane highway. They enter downtown Lexington and come to an intersection with SR 104, where SR 114 departs from US 412 (SR 20) as a 2-lane and continues northward to Natchez Trace State Park, where it crosses I-40 (Exit 116) and enters Carroll County.

Carroll and Henry Counties

SR 114 continues through mainly rural areas, passing through the communities of Yuma, where it has an intersection with SR 424, Westport, and Burna Vista before entering the town of Hollow Rock, where it has a short concurrency with US 70 (SR 1). It crosses the Big Sandy River between Westport and Buena Vista. SR 114 then crosses into Henry County and passes through Mansfield before reaching its northern terminus at the SR 77 junction just south of Paris.[1]


Until US 641 was extended into Decatur, northeast Hardin and northwest Wayne counties in 2015, SR 114 was signed in its course from US 64 to SR 69. US 641's original southern terminus was at the I-40 junction at the Decatur–Benton county line.[2]

Major intersections

WayneClifton Junction0.000.00 US 64 (Savannah Highway/SR 15) – Savannah, WaynesboroSouthern terminus; southern end of unsigned US 641 concurrency; SR 114 begins as an unsigned primary highway
SR 128 east (W Pillow Street) – Downtown Clifton, Linden
Southern end of SR 128 concurrency
SR 128 south (New Highway 128) – Savannah
Northern end of SR 128 concurrency
DecaturBath Springs
US 641 north (SR 69 north) – Decaturville, Parsons
Northern end of unsigned US 641 concurrency; southern end of wrong-way SR 69 concurrency; SR 114 becomes a signed secondary highway

SR 69 south – Saltillo
Northern end of wrong-way SR 69 concurrency
SR 202 (Brooksie Thompson Road)
HendersonScotts Hill
SR 201 south (Sardis-Scotts Hill Road) – Sardis
Southern end of unsigned SR 201 concurrency
SR 100 – Henderson, Decaturville

SR 201 north (Middleburg Decaturville Road) – Decaturville
Northern end of unsigned SR 201 concurrency
US 412 east (SR 20 east) – Darden, Parsons
Southern end of US 412/SR 20 concurrency; provides access to Beech River Regional Airport
US 412 west (Church Street/SR 20 west) / SR 104 (Natchez Trace Drive) – Jackson
Northern end of US 412/SR 20 concurrency
Natchez Trace State Park I-40 – Nashville, MemphisI-40 Exit 116
SR 424 west – Clarksburg
Eastern terminus of SR 424
Hollow Rock
US 70 west (Broad Street/SR 1 west) – Huntingdon
Southern end of short 560 ft. US 70/SR 1 concurrency

US 70 east (Broad Street/SR 1 east) – Bruceton, Camden
Northern end of short 560 ft. US 70/SR 1 concurrency
Henry96.49155.29 SR 77 (Browning Drive) – Paris, HuntingdonNorthern terminus; SR 114 ends as a signed secondary highway
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

==See also== * List of highways numbered 114


  1. ^ a b Tennessee Department of Transportation (2018). Tennessee's Official Transportation Map (PDF) (Map) (2018 ed.). Nashville: Tennessee Department of Transportation. §§ B5, C5, D5, and E5. Retrieved September 28, 2018.
  2. ^ Rand McNally (2013). "Tennessee" (Map). The Road Atlas (2013 Walmart ed.). c. 1:1,900,800. Chicago: Rand McNally. p. 94. § F8. ISBN 0-528-00626-6.

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