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Celebrate all four seasons in Spring Hill



Spring Hill, Tennessee is a lively destination all year long: from splash pads in the summer, blooms in the spring, a haunted forest in the fall and plenty of indoor activities to enjoy during winter, there are plenty of options to keep the whole family entertained no matter the weather.


Whether you’ve stumbled upon these tips in January or June, we’ve rounded up some of Spring Hill’s must-do seasonal activities.


Soak Up the Sun in Summer

There’s no way around it, Tennessee summers are scorchers. But, Spring Hill houses a number of public and private water activities to keep you cool all season long. Whether you’re looking to sunbathe or join in a lively game of sharks and minnows, head to the Longview Recreation Center, a county-owned athletic facility, with pool passes starting at just $4 per visit (though seasonal and annual passes are also available). For a free water play option, visit the community splash pad at Fischer Park. There’s no standing water here, just a collection of fun jets offering an oasis for kiddos (and adults) to cool off.


Spring Hill’s Harvey Park also hosts a concert series each summer, Pickin’ in the Park, gathering the community on select weekends to enjoy live music and fellowship. The series usually kicks off in May and runs while the weather is warm, though be sure to check the community events calendar for the latest updates.


Get Freightented in a Forest in Fall

This one may not be for everyone, but Spring Hill draws crowds each fall thanks to Creepy Hollow Haunted Woods, which, as it sounds, is a Halloween-esque attraction running all spooky season long. If you dare, walk through the winding Trails of Terror through the woods, enter the indoor Halls of Horror or navigate your way through the Zombie Maze. Other festive (and less spooky) activations include bonfires, concessions and hay rides.


Cozy Up Indoors in Winter

While Tennessee summers are guaranteed to be sizzling, winter is a toss up in Spring Hill. We’ve had 70 degree Decembers one year and a string of blizzards the next, so it’s best to keep your plans flexible when visiting during the winter months. For sure-fire fun, grab tickets to the latest blockbuster film at the AMC Classic in Spring Hill, a neon-lit hotspot for indoor fun. Or, party like it’s 1980 at the retro Joyfull Arcade.


Celebrate Spring Blooms

Once spring has sprung, it’s time to head outdoors and enjoy the city’s natural beauty (it is called Spring Hill, after all). There are plenty of nature trails around town, from the winding Peter Jenkins Walking Trail to the stream-lined Kedron Walking Trail. Once you’ve stocked up on allergy medicine, lace up your walking shoes and enjoy the wildflowers that will inevitably begin to pop up around town.


With vegetation returning, make sure to pay a visit to the Hidden Gem Farmers Market, an independently-owned weekly market where farmers and artisans gather to sell their homemade and homegrown goods. Stop by to stock up on everything from meat to eggs and honey, and of course fresh produce and flowers to usher in the spring season.


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