Town Parks & Facilities

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Looking for a special place to hold your event? Choose from one of Smyrna's beautiful parks and facilities offered by the Parks and Recreation Department. Each park has picnic shelters and facilities that are ideal for hosting a variety of events. Whether it's a family or company picnic, birthday party or business meeting, reserving a park facility for your event has many advantages. (Click on the address of each facility for directions)

  • Sharp Springs Park

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    1. Address:311 Jefferson Pike
      Smyrna, TN 37167
    2. Phone:(615) 459-9773
    3. Capacity:100 +
    1. 18-hole Disc Golf
    2. Baseball/Football/Soccer Practice Fields
    3. Bird Blinds
    4. Dog Park (Bark Springs Park)
    5. Electricity at two pavilions
    6. Fire Pit
    7. Fishing Piers
    8. Greenway Trail
    9. Grills
    10. Outdoor Classroom
    11. Pavilion Rentals
    12. Picnic Tables
    13. Restrooms
    14. Shelter E (60' x 30')
    15. Ten - 8' Tables
    1. Parks

Sharp Springs Natural Area
Park Hours:
(subject to close due to inclement weather)
March-October:         7:00am - 9:00pm
November-February: Dawn to Dusk

Maximum Capacity at Shelter:  300

Sharp Springs Natural Area is the largest park in the Smyrna Park System with 360 acres of land within its boundaries. The property is leased from the United States Army Corps of Engineers. When originally opened in 1997 the park consisted of 100 acres while 260 acres were added 3 years later. The park still has many undeveloped areas and is home to an abundance of wildlife and plants native to the area.

Bark Springs Park is located within Sharp Springs Park and is a perfect place to let your dogs run around and socialize in an enclosed area. There are separate areas for large and small dogs. There is easy access to Bark Springs Park from Espey Drive.

The developed part of the property consists of 5 shelters, numerous practice fields, restrooms, hiking trails and two greenway trailheads. An outdoor classroom, fire pit, 18 hole disc golf course and fishing piers have been added in order to focus on getting citizens outdoors. Four “catch and release” ponds exists on the property as well. Three of the five shelters in the parks are named after former town employees who were instrumental in developing and maintaining the park system.

Click here to see photos of shelters at Sharp Springs Natural Area

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