Williamson and Maury. It is one of the fastest growing cities in Tennessee and has been ranked among the safest by numerous organizations. You’ll find a wide range of quality housing, top-ranked schools, a growing array of parks and recreation opportunities, lively festivals and events, a 12-cinema movie theater, clean manufacturing facilities producing hundreds of new jobs, awarding-winning medical facilities, and a rich history. Spring Hill encompasses land about 30 sq. miles and is located south on I-65, about 35 miles from downtown Nashville.is divided between two counties –
of Spring Hill is around 40,000. — 33 years.
Nashville International Airport (BNA) from Spring Hill.– according to bestplaces.net, the average one-way commute in Spring Hill is 33 minutes. Spring Hill is largely a bedroom community, so the vast majority (85%) drive their cars alone to work and back. It takes about 50 minutes (always depends on traffic) to get to the
— $336,500. for homeowners –$98,000. –$1400.
is101, which is 14% higher than the Tennessee average and 1% higher than that for the entire country.
Tri-Star Emergency Center, located at 3001 Reserve Blvd. Maury Regional Hospital in Columbia, 1224 Trotwood (in Columbia) and Williamson Medical Center ,4321 Carothers Pkwy (in Franklin) are the closest.
There are 4 public parks, Evans Park, 575 Maury Hill Street, Harvey Park, 4001 Miles Johnson Parkway, McLemore Park, 632 McLemore Ave, and Port Royal Park, 4285 Port Royal Road which includes Basketball, Benches, a Bike Trail, Concessions, Football Fields, Grills, a Pavillion, Picnic Areas, a Playground, Restrooms, Splash Pad, Picnic Tables, Tennis Courts, a Veterans Plaza and a Walking Track.
Walnut Creek Skate Park 114 Walnut Street, is open daily from dawn to dusk, welcoming skateboards, inline skates, BMX & freestyle bicycles, and non-motorized scooters.
Longview Recreation Center run by Parks and Recreation of Williamson Count. The Recreation Center includes an indoor and outdoor pool, a splash pad; a two court gymnasium, locker rooms, racquetball courts, arts & crafts classrooms, game room, indoor walking track, dance studio, classrooms/meeting rooms, a large area with fitness machines and a large variety of group and personal training options as well as lighted tennis courts.
Spring Hill has it’s own public Library, 144 Kedron Parkway, which offers many recreational, educational, and informational resources by providing books, videos, audio cassettes/CDs/DVDs, and free internet services.
Probably the best know on-going attraction is the Rippavilla Plantation, an historic house and museum on a working farm, located at 5700 Main St. There are many festivals and weekend events in Spring Hill. Notable are the annual Christmas Parade, the annual Memorial Day Celebration, Pickin’ in the Park music series and many family friendly things to do.
You’ll find just about every chain restaurant known to man in Spring Hill, however there are some great local options too, well worth a try. These include Delta Bound, Sushi Thai, Viking Pizza, The Fainting Goat Coffee, Bodega on Main, and The Mockingbird to name a few.