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East of Memphis, sandwiched between Memphis’ Wolf River to the south and the I-40 to the north, Cordova has the unique Memphis distinction of residing in both city-incorporated and non-incorporated rural areas. Long-ago known for its vast farmland and as a train stop on the way to Nashville, today Cordova is thriving and growing. Its winding avenues and roads are home to a rich mix for family living, sprawling suburban neighborhoods, and robust shopping centers, including the Wolfchase Galleria and a brand new Ikea store just beyond its city limits. Cordova residents also enjoy the great outdoors of Shelby Farms. Cordova is a 30-minute’s drive from Midtown and Downtown destinations, and less than 20 minutes from the dining and shopping of Germantown.

Here are the top 10 things to do in Cordova.

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