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Go on a Well-Deserved Vacation on a Bus Rental in Spring Hill, Tennessee

Located in both Williamson and Maury counties, Spring Hill is home to more than 32,000 people. Get on a bus rental in Spring Hill, Tennessee and have a vacation here.

A bus rental in Spring Hill, Tennessee can help you explore the city and its many attractions.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Have fun at Millers Thrillers where you can explore the Haunted Woods and enjoy the Zombie Paintball Hayride.

Arts & Culture

Visit the Tennessee Museum of Early Farm Life where you can find exhibits that touches on life on the farm during the early 1800s. Exhibits here include farming equipment that are drawn by mules and horses, among other displays.

Restaurants & Shopping

There are several retailers that you will find in Spring Hill. Some of the best include the Spring Hill Antique Mall where you can find several vintage treasures in 8,000 sq. ft. of space that accommodates at least 40 booths. The Crossings of Spring Hill, on the other hand, is a shopping mall that you can go to in order to find someplace to eat or shop. You should also check out the restaurants that serve delicious food in Spring Hill. Some of the local favorites are Delta Bound Mobile Food & Catering, Chicago Express, Nelly's Italian Cafe, Mac's Grub Shak, and Grecian Pizzeria, among many others.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play at the King's Creek Golf Club, where you have two nine-hole golf courses.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are close to a dozen sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Grace Episcopal Church was built in the 1870s and sports a carpenter gothic architecture designed by PJ Williamson. It features a belfry that has a bell that is labeled as "England 1839" and nave that can accommodate around 100 people. St. Mark United Primitive Baptist Church and the Spring Hill Presbyterian Church.

The Rippavilla Plantation has a historic home that was designed by F. Stratton to have colonial revival and Greek revival architecture and built in the 1850s. The plantation is now operated as a museum where you can enjoy several activities as well as a yearly corn maze and other attractions.

You also have several historic homes that you can visit, including Martin Cheairs House, Absalom Thompson House, Ritter Morton House, and the Derryberry House. Then visit a pair of nationally registered historic farms: Ewell Farm and Cleburne Jersey Farm.

On top of these historic places, you can also go on the Spring Hill Battlefield Tour where you can learn more about the history of the place.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city has several parks and facilities that allow you to enjoy the outdoors, play sports, relax and get fit. First you can visit Harvey Park, which has several picnic amenities, bike trail, playground and a hiking track. The McLemore Park is where you could play basketball, as well as enjoy the picnic facilities and the playground. Or go to the Port Royal Park, the biggest one in the city. You could play tennis, basketball, and football here, or cool down at the splash pad. It also includes the Veteran's Plaza, playground, bike trail, and other features.

Other parks you can go to are Evans Park, Walnut Street Skate Park, and Winchester Community Facility.

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