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Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill

Get your first glimpse of the highly-anticipated Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill on Saturday, April 12th during the official dedication and open house celebration! The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department invites you to join in the fun as the Longview Recreation Center at 2909 Commonwealth Drive in the Wakefield subdivision of Spring Hill opens its doors for the first time. Local officials and dignitaries will dedicate the 65,000 square foot community recreation facility at 10:00am. Immediately after the dedication, the complex will be open for public tours until 3:00pm. The Longview Recreation Center is a cooperative effort of Williamson County Government and the City of Spring Hill. Longview is one of the largest recreation facilities ever built by Williamson County Parks and Recreation and its amenities include an indoor track, wellness center, two racquetball courts, multipurpose rooms, double-court gymnasium, group fitness room, locker rooms, indoor and outdoor pools, four outdoor tennis courts, a game room, senior room, and sitting service rooms. 
 
On dedication day, free promotional items will be offered on a first-come first-serve basis to tour participants, and there will be an opportunity for two lucky
residents to win free annual family passes. Drawings will also be held for two children’s bicycles. During the April 12th tours, Williamson County Parks and Recreation staff will be on hand throughout the building to explain programming and answer questions. A complete list of programming and class fees will be available at the open house and residents may register for all upcoming classes.  
 
Annual passes may also be purchased at the open house. Annual pass fees for residents that live within the city limits of Spring Hill or in Williamson County are $225 for an annual family pass (youth and adult), $160 for an annual senior family pass (55 or older), $150 for an annual single pass (youth or adult) and $100 for an annual senior single pass (55 and older). Maury County residents living outside the city limits of Spring Hill will be required to pay non-county resident fees.
 
The Longview Recreation Center facility will officially open for business on Monday, April 14th at 5:00am. For additional information, call the center at 615-302-0971.