See & Do
Spring Hill, Tennessee
A “Best Place” to Be
Originally, the Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Shawnee hunted on this land known as Spring Hill. The rich soil was a natural attraction to wildlife and Native Americans. Settlers coming with land grants for western expansion valued the beauty and fertility of the rolling hills and natural springs.
Battlefields, mansions, and historic buildings reflect the area's history including its importance to the U.S. Civil War, having been occupied by both sides. The focus on agriculture shifted to industry with the arrival of the General Motors Saturn plant in 1980, spurring the community's continuous growth of arts, business, and education. Spring Hill covers approximately 28.7 square miles and is situated in Williamson and Maury counties, 35 miles south of Nashville, TN. Recognized as the 4th fastest growing city in Tennessee by the U.S. Census Bureau, Spring Hill is projected to grow by another 78% from 2010 to 2030.
WHERE TO EAT
THINGS TO DO
Tour the former plantation & historic house museum
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