You'll find more than just beautiful apartments in Spring Hill, Tennessee. The town is relatively small, and it's maintained its historic, community feel while offering residents plenty to do in the way of events and recreation. Nashville is 30 miles north of Spring Hill apartments, making it the perfect place for a day trip or a weekend getaway.
There's no shortage of green space near Spring Hill apartments. You can walk along a half-mile trail and then grill out and picnic in Harvey Park. Watch the kids play ball or the tiny tots have fun on the playground in Evans Park. If you have a dog, you can take him to the Bark park, an off-leash dog park within Evans park.
Apartments in Spring Hill are close to other recreational and sports facilities for residents of all ages. There's the Spring Hill Little League, the Spring Hill Youth Football Association, the Spring Hill Citizens Center and more.
When you move into a Spring Hill apartment, you can join in the fun during many community festivals and special events. A unique and fun festival, especially for meat eaters, is the Spring Hill Country Ham Festival, a family-oriented event with arts and crafts, food (ham, of course) and more.
Another very special, community fund-raising event is the Pay It Forward Festival geared toward kids that features face-painters, hayrides, a dunking machine and more. All admission will cost you is a slightly worn pair of shoes from your closet or some non-perishable food from the pantry of your Spring Hill apartment.
Step out of your Spring Hill apartment and back in time to 19th century Spring Hill with a visit to some of the historic sites in the area, such as the McKissack Home, Ferguson Hall, the White-Blair House, the Spring Hill Cemetery and more. These are also great places to take guests visiting from out of town.
You can enjoy all of this and more, including a fantastic new apartment, in Spring Hill. Find the best apartments in Spring Hill, Tennessee today on ApartmentGuide.com.