Currently, the City of Spring Hill has 5 parks.
“Evans Park, the city’s very first park, is located at 563 Maury Hill Street. It has a playground, two pavilions with grills, and the Winchester Community Building where our Spring Hill Senior Citizens group meets and where the Parks and Recreation Department holds most of its programs and classes. Additionally, it has restrooms, and lighted baseball/softball fields, and is where our Farmer’s Market is held. The Farmer’s Market is open every Thursday from 3pm-7pm may through September.. Evans Park also contains Barkley Park, our newly renovated dog park designed especially for our four legged friends.
is located on the corner of Main Street and Miles Johnson Parkway. It has a big playground with a wheelchair swing, two pavilions with grills, restrooms, and a walking path.
is located at 632 McLemore Avenue. There is no parking at McLemore park as it is a neighborhood pocket park, but provides a small playground, a covered gazebo with grill, a half court basketball area, and a picnic area.
Walnut Street Skate Park
is locate at 114 Walnut Street directly behind Old School. It is a concrete plaza style skate park for skateboarders, scooters, and roller skate enthusiasts.
Fischer Park at Port Royal
is located at 4285 Port Royal Road next to Fire Station 2. Fischer Park is our city’s biggest park with a large synthetic turf playground, three covered pavilions, a splash pad which is open during daylight hours from Memorial Day through Labor Day, restrooms, a robust walking pathway, basketball and tennis courts, three football fields, and is now the home of Spring Hill’s first arboretum. There are also 3 overlooks on the creek bank where park-goers can take in views of Rutherford Creek.
All of our city parks are open for the public to enjoy from dusk until dawn. Pavilions can be reserved through the Parks and Recreation page on our city website https://www.springhilltn.org/207/Parks-Recreation
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for news on upcoming events, league registration announcements, and program information. If you are interested in helping support our parks, please contact the Friends of Spring Hill Parks on Facebook. While on Facebook, check out our Healthier Spring Hill page and our Spring Hill Farmer’s Market page to become part of our endeavor to bring healthy resources and opportunities to Spring Hill.”
City of Spring Hill Parks & Recreation