Introduction to Spring Hill, Tennessee
Spring Hill, Tennessee, in Maury county, is 29 miles S of Nashville, Tennessee. The city has a population of 7,715.
Spring Hill History
The first settlers in Spring Field arrived in 1808. Albert Russell was the first person to clear land to build a home. Spring Hill was the site of a Civil War battle. The city was established in 1809.
Spring Hill and nearby Attractions
- The Children's Center
- Tennessee State Museum
- Henry Horton State Park
- James K. Polk House
Things To Do In Spring Hill
The Henry Horton State Park offers excellent facilities for golfing, swimming, camping and picnicking. A walk by Gary Lake can also be a relaxing experience for visitors. The Tennessee State Museum is nearby as well.
Spring Hill Transportation
Air transportation is available from Nashville International Airport.
Spring Hill Higher Education
There are several colleges and universities near Spring Hill, including Columbia State Community College, David Lipscomb University, Belmont University and Nashville State Technical Institute.