A Word from the Director
Welcome to Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR). It is my hope that you and your family are regular users of our facilities, fields and parks. If not, I personally invite you to work out in our state-of-the-art wellness centers, take an exercise class, swim or learn to paint. Take your family to one of our parks and enjoy nature on a brisk walk, play on the playground or have a picnic. Try pickleball. Play soccer or softball on our fields. Join the community band or take part in children’s theatre. Enjoy a game of tennis on our courts, or take a lesson to improve your skills. Enroll your kids in an art class, one of our annual summer camps or swim lessons. Experience some of our year-round family friendly events and productions.
WCPR continues to grow along with the county population and now manages 30+ properties, including full service recreations centers, active and passive parks. A public service of Williamson County Government, the Parks and Recreation department belongs to every Williamson County resident. Everyone is welcome to use our facilities
and attend our classes and events at a minimal cost. Please take advantage of our website and other online resources to find and register for all the many programs and events that WCPR has to offer!
I take great pride in the team of employees that provide the inspiration and hard work that make this awardwinning department such a success. I hope to see you soon at one of our facilities or events.Gordon Hampton, Director Williamson County Parks and Recreation
Why We Don’t Offer “Memberships”
Cons of “Memberships”
Oftentimes with private gyms and fitness centers you are forced into a monthly contract and have to pay joining fees just for the opportunity to purchase a “membership.” We believe in offering a simpler, more affordable approach to make it easier for everyone to access fitness facilities.
WCPR’s Pass Options
Standard & Premium Fees
Standard Fees include basic facility amenity use and access to pools and splash parks. The Premium Fees include basic facility amenity use and access to pools and splash parks as well as access to Group Fitness, Indoor Cycling and Aqua Fitness classes.
If you’re not ready to purchase a monthly or annual pass then you can come in to any of our facilities and pay the general admission fee. Prices are listed below.
So What Do We Offer?
We offer a variety of pass options that do not require a contract, which include monthly and annual options. You can also walk in and just pay the general admission fee. Have your friends join you; they only have to pay the general admission fee as well. There are no hidden fees for guests.
Monthly Pass Options
Annual Pass Options
WCPR offers standard and premium annual pass options, which are good for one year from the date of purchase.
Non-Residents may purchase annual passes for an additional $100.
Monthly Pass Options
WCPR offers premium monthly pass options, which are good for one month from the date of purchase. Non-Residents may purchase monthly passes for an additional $10.
(See monthly pass option prices in the next column.)
All passes can be used at our main facilities in Brentwood, Franklin, Fairview, Nolensville & Spring Hill. For additional facility fees and pass prices please visit wcparksandrec.com
Facilities and Amenities
ACADEMY PARK GYM
120 Everbright Ave., Franklin, TN (615) 786-0186
Amenities: Gymnasium, multipurpose field, playground, concessions, restrooms
Location: Intersection of Columbia Pike & Everbright Avenue
ALEXANDER TRAIL (Inside Heritage Park)
4799 Columbia Pike, Thompson’s Station, TN (615) 790-5719
Amenities: Natural surface trail approximately 3 miles long.
Location: Inside Heritage Park, north of Columbia Pike & Buckner Rd. Intersection beside Heritage Elementary & Middle Schools
*Trail is also located in and can be accessed through Thompson’s Station Park
BETHESDA PARK & RECREATION CENTER
4907 Bethesda Rd. Thompson’s Station, TN (615) 790-5719
Amenities: Gymnasium, meeting room, baseball fields, sand volleyball court, playground, pavilion, concessions, restrooms.
Location: Intersection of Lewisburg Pike & Bethesda Road near Bethesda Elementary School & the Bethesda Volunteer Fire Department
BRENTWOOD BALL PARK
8011 Concord Rd., Brentwood, TN www.brentwoodcivitan.com
Amenities: Baseball fields, concessions, restrooms.
Location: I-65 & Concord Road behind Lipscomb Elementary
BURWOOD COMMUNITY CENTER
5435 Carters Creek Pike, Burwood, TN (615) 591-1527
Amenities: Community Center, meeting room, baseball field, playground, walking trail
Location: Across from Huff’s Grocery
2135 New Castle Road, Arrington, TN (615) 790-5719
Amenities: Home of the Tennessee Renaissance Festival. Park includes 5 performance stages, hammerbeam-style pavilion, covered bridge and arena style seating for up to 1,200.
Location: Just off TN Highway 96, between Franklin and Murfreesboro
COLLEGE GROVE ARTSITORIUM
8607 Horton Hwy., College Grove, TN (615) 368-2126
Amenities: Auditorium, stage, dressings rooms, reception area
Location: Beside College Grove
COLLEGE GROVE BALLPARK
6665 Arno-College Grove Rd. College Grove, TN
Amenities: Baseball fields, playground, walking trail, concessions, restrooms
Location: Near the intersection of Arno-College Grove Road and Hyde Road
COLLEGE GROVE COMMUNITY CENTER
8601 Horton Hwy., College Grove, TN (615) 368-2126
Amenities: Gymnasium, meeting room, classrooms, wellness center, tennis courts
Location: Intersection of Horton Hwy and Arno-College Grove Road
FAIRVIEW BALL PARK
214 Hwy. 96 West, Fairview, TN (615) 799-9331
Amenities: Baseball fields, playground, concessions, restrooms
Location: Just off Hwy 96 West at intersection of Hwy 100
FAIRVIEW PARK & RECREATION COMPLEX**
2714 Fairvew Blvd., Fairview, TN (615) 799-9331
Amenities: Gymnasium, wellness center, group fitness room, meeting room, classrooms, game room, sitting service, outdoor pool, football field, soccer fields, playground, walking trail, concessions, restrooms
Location: Located south of Fairview Elementary School
FLY PARK - GIRLS’ & WOMEN’S SOFTBALL COMPLEX (Judge Jerre Fly Park)
3620 North Chapel Rd., Franklin, TN (615) 377-6530
Amenities: Softball fields, meeting room, pavilion, concessions, restrooms
Location: Intersection of Hwy 96 East and North Chapel Road
FRANKLIN GIRLS’ SOFTBALL COMPLEX Sewage Plant Rd., Franklin, TN (615) 370-3471
Amenities: Softball fields, pavilion, concessions, restrooms Location: Beside Cheek Park
FRANKLIN RECREATION COMPLEX**
1120 Hillsboro Rd., Franklin, TN (615) 790-5719
Amenities: Gymnasium, wellness center, group fitness room, indoor cycling studio, classrooms, sitting service, indoor & outdoor pool, splash park, locker rooms, racquetball courts, indoor walking track
Location: On Fulton Greer Lane near intersection of Mack Hatcher Highway and Hillsboro Road
6759 Manley Ln., Franklin, TN (615) 370-3471
Amenities: Baseball fields, tennis courts, gazebo, sensory garden, picnic area, playground, walking trail, pavilion, concessions, restrooms
Location: Intersection of Hillsboro Rd. and Manley Ln behind Grassland Elementary and Middle Schools
GREENBRIER COMMUNITY CENTER
5964 Greenbrier Rd., Franklin, TN (615) 794-8435
Amenities: Community Center
Location: Greenbrier community
GREGORY PARK SOCCER FIELD
1900 Johnson Industrial Cir.
Nolensville, TN (615) 370-3471
Amenities: Soccer Fields
Location: Near intersection of Stonebrook Blvd. and Johnson Industrial Boulevard
4799 Columbia Pike, Thompson’s Station, TN (615) 370-3471
Amenities: Baseball fields, concessions, restrooms
Location: North of Columbia Pike & Buckner Road intersection, beside Heritage Elementary & Middle Schools
HILLSBORO-LEIPER’S FORK PARK & COMMUNITY CENTER
5325 Old Hwy. 96 West, Franklin, TN (615) 591-9274
Amenities: Gymnasium, wellness center, meeting room, class rooms, baseball fields, playground, walking trail, pavilion
Location: Off of Old Hillsboro Road in Leiper’s Fork
INDOOR ARENA AT CROCKETT PARK
1485 Volunteer Pkwy., Brentwood, TN (615) 377-6530
Amenities: Multipurpose field, conference room, concessions, restrooms
Location: Intersection of Crockett Rd. and Volunteer Parkway behind Holy Family Catholic Church
JUDGE FULTON GREER PARK
(located at the Franklin Recreation Complex)
1120 Hillsboro Rd., Franklin, TN (615) 370-3471
Amenities: Tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, soccer fields, playground, outdoor walking trail, horseshoe pits, pavilions, outdoor fitness equipment
Location: At the Franklin Recreation Complex on Fulton Greer Lane, near intersection of Mack Hatcher Highway and Hillsboro Road
LONGVIEW RECREATION CENTER AT SPRING HILL**
2909 Commonwealth Dr., Spring Hill, TN (615) 302-0971
Amenities: Gymnasium, wellness center, meeting room, group fitness room, classrooms, game room, sitting service, indoor and outdoor pool, locker rooms, racquetball courts, indoor walking track, tennis courts
Location: Off Duplex Road, next to Longview Elementary School
NOLENSVILLE PARK & BARK PARK
2310 Nolensville Park Rd. Nolensville, TN (615) 370-3471
Amenities: Baseball fields, football field, playground, walking trail, concessions, pavilion, restrooms, dog runs with obstacles, dog water fountain
Location: Off Nolensville Road, east side of Clovercroft intersection
OLD NOLENSVILLE PARK
7250 Nolensville Rd., Nolensville, TN (615) 370-3471
Amenities: Baseball field, pavilion, concessions, restrooms
Location: Behind the Williamson County Recreation Complex at Nolensville
OSBURN PARK SOCCER COMPLEX
2904 Old Horton Hwy., Nolensville, TN (615) 370-3714
Amenities: Four full size/eight age specific Bermuda sodded soccer fields, concessions
Location: Intersection of Old Horton Highway and McCanless Road
ROBERT A. RING INDOOR SOCCER ARENA
1878 Downs Blvd., Franklin, TN (615) 790-5792
Amenities: Multipurpose field, meeting room, concessions, restrooms
Location: Intersection of Hwy. 96 West and Downs Blvd., between 96 West and West Main Street
SCALES NATURE TRAIL
6430 Murray Ln., Brentwood, TN
Amenities: Walking Trail
Location: Behind Scales Elementary School
STRAHL STREET PARK
140 Strahl St., Franklin, TN
To reserve pavilion call Mr. Lane at (615) 794-5390
Amenities: Playground, pavilion, open play place, restrooms
Location: Off Columbia Pike at the corner of Strahl St. and Reddick Street
TENNIS COMPLEX AT MARYLAND FARMS
5101 Maryland Way, Brentwood, TN (615) 376-9257
Amenities: Tennis (Indoor/Outdoor), Pickleball (Indoor/Outdoor), Racquetball, Table Tennis
Location: Site of the former Maryland Farms YMCA in Brentwood
Natchez Trace Pkwy. (Mile Marker 437.2), Franklin, TN (615) 790-5849
On-site phone (615) 232-4154
Amenities: Interpretive center, butterfly garden, hiking trails, ADA accessible trail, restrooms, RV turnaround
Location: Access the Natchez Trace Pkwy. from Hwy. 96 West at the top of the ramp, turn south (left) on Pkwy. Park is on the right
TRINITY PARK (Cecil Lewis Park at Trinity) & BLAKE’S BARK PARK
3680 North Chapel Rd., Franklin, TN (615) 370-3471
Amenities: Youth baseball fields, soccer fields, playground, walking trail, pavilion, concessions, restrooms, dog park with obstacles, dog water fountain
Location: Intersection of Hwy. 96 East and North Chapel Road
TRIUNE COMMUNITY CENTER & RIDING RING
8021 Horton Hwy., Arrington, TN
To reserve the Community Center call Billie Ruth Brown at (615) 395-4989. To reserve the Riding Ring please call the Williamson County Ag Expo Park at (615) 595-1227
Amenities: Meeting room, riding ring, restrooms
Location: Intersection of Nolensville Rd. and Hwy. 96
WILKINS BRANCH MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK
5664 Wilkins Branch Rd., Franklin, TN (615) 232-4154
Amenities: 156 acres dedicated to mountain biking with 13 single track trails winding over approx. 6 miles.
Location: Just west of Main Street in the Leiper’s Fork community
WILLIAMSON COUNTY ENRICHMENT CENTER AT ACADEMY PARK**
110 Everbright Ave., Franklin, TN (615) 786-0186
Amenities: Senior Lounge, classrooms, dance studio, banquet hall, fireplaces, reading balconies and patio, bocce ball court, outdoor pickleball courts, amphitheater
Location: Next to the Williamson County Library on Columbia Avenue
WILLIAMSON COUNTY INDOOR SPORTS COMPLEX**
920 Heritage Way, Brentwood, TN (615) 370-3471
Amenities: Indoor tennis courts, wellness center, group fitness/multipurpose room, sitting service, 50-meter indoor pool, splash park, locker rooms
Location: Off Concord Road, across from the Brentwood Library
WILLIAMSON COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AT ACADEMY PARK
112 Everbright Ave., Franklin, TN (615) 786-0186
Amenities: 280 seat theater, production stage, dressing rooms, Location: At intersection of Columbia Avenue & Everbright Avenuebehind Renaissance High School
WILLIAMSON COUNTY RECREATION
COMPLEX AT NOLENSVILLE**
7250 Nolensville Rd., Nolensville, TN (615) 786-0200
Amenities: Gymnasium, wellness center, meeting rooms, classrooms, dance studio, group fitness rooms, game room, sitting service, locker room, outdoor pool
Location: Intersection of Nolensville Road and Sunset Road
WILLIAMSON COUNTY SOCCER
COMPLEXES - EAST & WEST
1874 Downs Blvd., Franklin, TN (615) 790-5792
Amenities: Soccer fields, playground, walking trail, pavilion, concessions, restrooms
Location: Intersection of Hwy. 96 West & Downs Blvd., between 96 West & West Main St.
UNDER DEVELOPMENT BENDING CHESTNUT PARK
Bending Chestnut Rd., Franklin, TN (615) 790-5719
PEACOCK HILL PARK
6900 Giles Hill Rd., College Grove, TN (615) 790-5719
** Monthly/Annual Passes Accepted
Registration and Pass Sales How To Create Your Free Online Account
To sign up for your free online account follow these steps:
• Visit wcparksandrec.com and click on the “Online Registration - Activities” button on the home page.
• In the top right-hand corner of the new page, click the “Create an Account” link and fill out the applicable information when prompted. Please note: To create an account for a child you must first create an account for an adult.
Once you have finished your account registration you will be able to register for classes, special events, etc., and you will also be able to purchase or renew your passes online.
Please take note of all Williamson County Parks and Recreation policies. For any questions about WCPR policies please see one of our staff.
Registration is required for most classes and events offered by WCPR.
• For events with a limited number of participants, reservations are taken on a “first come, first served” basis until the event is full.
• Early registration and payment is recommended to secure a spot in most activities and events.
• Registration for most activities and events will begin one month prior to the start of a new quarterly session. Specific program registration dates can be found through our online registration system.
• Registration and payment can be made online, in person at the location of your desired activity or event or at a facility kiosk. Voicemail registration is NOT accepted.
• Payment is due with online or in person registration. If unable to attend, refunds will only be issued if requested no later than 24 hours prior to the start of the class or event.
• For more information on our registration policy, visit our website.
Accepted Forms of Payment
Williamson County Parks and Recreation facilities accept the following forms of payment with the noted exceptions.
• Checks Checks are not accepted at outdoor pools or the Williamson County Performing Arts Center. Checks for general admission under $12.00 are not accepted. There is a $30.00 service charge for any returned check.
• Credit/Debit Cards Only accepted for general admission and walk-in fees at the Fairview Recreation Complex, Franklin Recreation Complex, Indoor Sports Complex in Brentwood, the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill, the Williamson County Recreation Complex at Nolensville and the Williamson County Enrichment Center at Academy Park and ticket sales at the Williamson County Performing Arts Center. Credit/Debit cards are not accepted at the Hillsboro-Leiper’s Fork Community Center or any of the outdoor pools. Mastercard and Visa only at Recreation Centers. The Performing Arts Center accepts all Credit/Debit cards. A 3.36% processing fee is collected for all credit/debit card transactions.
• Traveler’s Checks (Accepted with photo ID)
• Money Orders
Cancellation & Refund Policy
Credits, transfers or refunds will be processed upon request for recreation classes, programs, leagues and other activities in accordance with the following policy:
1. Should you need to cancel your participation in a class/league/program or activity, you must notify the department no later than 24 hours prior to the start of the program. No credits, transfers or refunds will be processed after the date a class/league/program or activity is scheduled to begin. This includes uniform fees for any leagues.
2. Whether you choose to cancel your registration in advance of 24 hours, or if WCPR cancels the class/program/league or activity you are registered in, you will be given the option of receiving a credit to your account, transferring your payment to another registration of the same value (or less), or receiving a refund by check for the amount of the class/ program/league or activity fee. Due to State Auditing/Fund regulations, any online processing fees cannot be credited or refunded.
• CREDITS: After speaking with a WCPR staff person regarding the cancellation of your registration, they can credit your online account the amount of the activity fee. Credits are immediately effective once in your account and can be used towards any future WCPR activity registration/payment. Processing fees will apply.
• TRANSFERS: A WCPR staff person will work with you to transfer your canceled registration towards a future class/ program/league or activity of the same value (or less). If you choose a class/program/league or activity with a higher fee, additional registration and processing fees will apply.
• REFUNDS: The amount of the class/program/league or activity fee will be issued back to you in the form of a check. Processing fees will not be refunded. Please allow two weeks to receive refunds processed by check.
• Special Consideration Refunds must be submitted in writing to management staff. For more information about our cancellation and refund policy, visit our website.
Ages and hours vary by location. Check the facility location page on our website for exact ages, hours and any other restrictions.
• Ages 5-6 must be with a parent and parent interacting with child/children.
• Youth that are 7 years old must be signed in by their parent(s). They must also stay in the game room until the parent returns.
• Youth between the ages of 8-12 must sign in when they enter the room.
• Proper use and care of the game equipment is required.
• Profanity and abusive language is prohibited.
• All video games are screened by the WCPR staff to ensure a family atmosphere. (Individual room restrictions also apply. See individual facility pages on our website for more details.)
This program is a “casual care” service and is NOT a State licensed day care. The service is free to parents/legal guardians only, who are utilizing the recreation facilities and amenities. Due to limited participation numbers established by state regulations, we offer this program to our patrons as a limited time sitting service, available on a first come, first served basis. This is not a guaranteed service to patron and/or facility pass holders. To view specific policies and procedures, locations and hours of operations, visit our website.
No one under the age of 18 is allowed in the free weight areas! Anyone between the age of 13 and 17 must have a juvenile registration form completed and signed by a parent or guardian and must complete an orientation with their parent or guardian.
Lost and Found
Williamson County Parks and Recreation is not responsible for lost items at any of our facilities or parks. Patrons are encouraged to use our free locker service to store their valuables. If you believe you have lost an item, check with the front desk attendants.
Free Locker Service
Please do not leave personal belongings unattended in the facility (i.e. gym, wellness center, etc). Patrons are encouraged to utilize the FREE locker service located at the front desk or in the wellness center to secure valuables. If you choose to use a locker in the locker room, you MUST provide your own lock to secure your belongings.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Front desk and/or wellness center locker service is available at the Franklin Recreation Complex, Fairview Recreation Complex, Indoor Sports Complex, the Longview Recreation Center, the Williamson County Recreation Complex at Nolensville and the Williamson County Enrichment Center at Academy Park.
For inclement weather updates on facility closures, call the Inclement Weather Hotline at (615) 591-8524.
• For class cancellations visit wcparksandrec.com, key word: inclement weather.
• You may also receive up to date information by liking or following WCPR on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
• For athletic cancellation information, please call (615) 370-0209.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (“WCPR”) reserves the right to photograph classes, events, programs, and participants at any of the Parks and Recreation facilities or properties, or any event sponsored by WCPR that is located on property not owned by Williamson County. Use of photographs may be used by WCPR for promotional purposes and may be used in publications and media communications in any format as WCPR decides without any obligation to provide compensation to those photographed.
Attendance at WCPR programs and events constitutes consent to be photographed for use in print and/or electronic publicity for WCPR. To ensure the privacy of individuals and children, images will not be identified using full names or personal identifying information without written approval from the photographed subject, parent or legal guardian. If you do not want us to use a photo of you or your child, please tell the WCPR staff member coordinating the event before the program or event.
If you see a photo of yourself or a family member that you wish not to be used by WCPR please notify WCPR staff. WCPR will take reasonable steps to remove and dispose of the photograph. WCPR may not be able to remove the photograph from printed media or other existing media where the photograph may have been used, but it will refrain from using the photograph in its future media.
WCPR may require you to complete a photograph release form to participate in a class, event, league or program.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Due to safety and privacy concerns, the purpose of this policy is to provide clear guidelines for the recreational, commercial, and governmental use of unmanned aerial vehicles on or above Williamson County Parks and to ensure that the use of unmanned aerial vehicles does not threaten the safety or privacy of those using Williamson County Parks (“County Parks”). For the purpose of this policy, an unmanned aerial vehicle (“UAV”) is defined as an aircraft without a human pilot aboard, the flight of which is controlled either autonomous by on board computers or by the remote control of a pilot on the ground or in another vehicle or aircraft.
This policy is not intended to restrict legitimate operation of a UAV for a public purpose by or at the direction of a governmental unit in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) rules and any applicable laws. Additionally, it is not the intent of this policy to preempt FAA rules, but to operate UAVs in conjunction and in accordance with this policy while recognizing the limitations in the FAA’s enforcement capabilities.
Unless otherwise exempt or permission is obtained, Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department prohibits the takeoff, landing, and operation of UAVs, on or above any County Parks by the general public without the prior written authorization from the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department. This prohibition extends to any devices launched or operated from a Williamson County owned park, as well as any launched from property outside Williamson County Parks.
Should any individual or entity desire to use UAV’s on or above Williamson County Parks for the following purposes, written approval must first be granted by the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Director or his authorized representative:
• Use by registered licensed users on behalf of an athletic organization for the purposes of advertising. Use shall not be permitted while athletic events are being conducted or over any individual; and
• Educational purposes.
LIMITATIONS ON RECREATIONAL USE
Should permission be granted for use of a UAV for recreational purposes over County Park property, the UAV must weigh under fifty-five (55) pounds and the user shall comply with the following standards and rules:
• Register your UAV with the FAA and mark your UAV with your registration number;
• Fly the UAV under 400 feet and remain below any surrounding obstacles;
• Must maintain eyesight at all times, and use an observer to assist if needed;
• Never fly the UAV in the vicinity of manned aircraft;
• Do not fly over persons or moving vehicles and remain at least twenty-five (25) feet away from any individuals;
• Do not fly in adverse weather conditions such as high winds or reduced visibility;
• Do not fly if under the influence of alcohol or drugs; and
• Do not fly near or over sensitive infrastructure or property such as power stations, water treatment facilities, correctional facilities, or heavily traveled or private property.
Should a user receive permission, by operation of a UAV, the user is warranting to the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department that the operator is competent and proficient in the operation of UAVs.
This policy shall not prohibit the use of any UAV by law enforcement, emergency response, public safety, or Williamson County agencies if the use is in accordance with the FAA rules and applicable laws and the use is to provide emergency response or law enforcement services.
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Use Of Metal Detectors
Williamson County, Tennessee was the location of the historical Battle of Franklin occurring during the Civil War. The historical significance is an essential part of Williamson County, who strives to preserve the historical significance as well as the historical items that may be located on park property. For these reasons, the following policy concerning the use of metal detectors must be adhered.
The use of any mineral or metal detecting device capable of detecting the underground location of metal, geological, archaeological, or any historical objects or materials is strictly prohibited except for an individual engaged in a limited search for a lost item under supervision of a Park Superintendent. The destroying, digging, cutting, removing, defacement, alteration, or possession of any tree, shrub, or other plant or removal of any small item or materials is prohibited within any county park or upon any county property. Any recovered item(s) must be presented and reported to the Park Superintendent. All property found that is not the lost item described by the individual shall be turned over to the Park Superintendent and shall be deemed Williamson County property. Permission to use a metal detector to find lost items is granted in the sole discretion of the Parks and Recreation Director and any property that is damaged looking for the lost item shall be the responsibility of the individual.
Should permission be granted by Williamson County Parks and Recreation, the metal detectorists shall not disturb sprinkler heads, pipes, irrigation system components, or any other infrastructure above or below ground. Individuals damaging or destroying Williamson County property shall be responsible for all costs to repair or replace the property. Any permissible metal detecting shall not interfere with reserved activities, organized sporting activities, or other park users or activities. A hand tool for digging purposes is permitted. Holes shall be no more than six-inches in depth. Any holes created must be refilled immediately. Failure to comply with this condition will result in the revocation of metal detecting approval.
The following uses shall be exempted from the prohibitions contained in paragraph B, but shall still be subject to paragraph C.
1. A County approved archeological or historical investigation.
2. Educational based program or class.
3. State sponsored historical endeavors.
4. Request by a local law enforcement agencies conducting an investigation.
Any questions concerning this policy shall be directed to the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department.
Facility Age Requirements
Please note the following policy regarding minors using indoor facilities.
• Children 12 years of age and younger MUST be accompanied by an adult, 18 years or older. Parents’ discretion is advised.
• Children between the ages of 8 and 12 years may be allowed to utilize various activity areas without parental supervision at certain locations, with the understanding that the parents will remain on the premises at all times their children are in the facility.
EXCEPTION: Children ages 0-5 years are not permitted on the indoor walking track, and children ages 6-9 years must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older. Children 12 years of age and younger using the indoor or outdoor pools MUST be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older.
• Children age 4 or younger (of opposite gender) may go into a locker room with parent/guardian present.
• Adults and children age 5 and up must use the appropriate locker room of same gender.
• Family dressing room(s) available.
• Ages 0-12 are allowed on the courts at anytime with a parent(s). Parent(s) need to play with child/children.
• Only four individuals on a court at a time.
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