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Reserve a Shelter
The Spring Hill Parks & Recreation Department currently has four shelters available to reserve.  All shelters have picnic tables, charcoal cook grills and are in proximity to restroom & parking facilities.
  • Harvey Park - Red Oak Shelter*
  • Harvey Park - Japanese Maple Shelter
  • Evans Park - Eastern Redbud Shelter*
  • Evans Park - Red Maple Shelter
*Closest to the playground

To reserve one of our shelters please follow these steps.
  • Call the Park office at 931-487-0027 to confirm that the shelter / date you are looking for is available.
  • Complete the online reservation form from the link below after you are confirmed your date is being held for you. Do not submit a form unless you have called the park office and secured the date.

Shelters are reserved for a full day and time slots are not available.  Weekends book months in advance so please plan ahead.  Reservations my not be made more than 1 year in advance.  If you reserve a shelter and need to cancel please contact us at the Park Office.

Shelter Reservation Form

Park Policies

  • Parks shelters are open from day light to dark unless otherwise posted.
  • Shelters are used on a first-come first-serve basis unless reserved with the parks department.
  • Park shelters must be cleaned and returned to original condition after a reservation.
  • Removal of picnic tables from the shelter area is prohibited without permission from the parks department.
  • Skateboarding, inline-skating and bicycles are prohibited on picnic tables or under the shelter area.
  • Alcoholic beverages and smoking are prohibited in the parks.
  • Pets must be on a leash or restrained at all times. Pet waste must be removed and disposed of properly.
  • Amplified or loud music is prohibited without permission from the parks department.
  • Parking is allowed only in designated areas.
  • Vendors, soliciting, signs and other advertisements are prohibited without permission form the parks department.
  • Open fires are permitted only for cooking in designated cook grills.