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Fun Things to Do in Smyrna, Tennessee

Fun Things to Do in Smyrna, Tennessee

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Smyrna, a small town about 25 miles south of Nashville, offers a small-town atmosphere with convenient big-city access. The town was once the home of a large Army/Air Force base that employed hundreds of military personnel and their families, as well as Smyrna civilians, in its heyday during the s, '50s and '60s. However, when the base closed in the ‘70s, the town got a lot smaller. With the arrival of Nissan North America in the s, the town again expanded. Today, Smyrna visitors and residents can enjoy a variety of attractions in and around the town.

Recreation

The Smyrna Golf Course (townofsmyrna.org) has both an hole regulation course and a nine-hole executive course, a putting green, practice bunker and a driving range. Additionally, it has a snack bar and golf shop. The Fitness Center (townofsmyrna.org) at Smyrna's Town Centre is a workout facility with cardio equipment, free weights and both steam rooms and saunas. The center offers classes in aerobics, yoga and karate, or you can enjoy its tennis and racquetball courts or swim in its Olympic-sized outdoor swimming pool. For more outdoor swimming, visit nearby J. Percy Priest Lake (lrn.usace.army.mil/op/jpp/rec), where you can also boat, fish, hike, ski and camp. The lake beach closest to Smyrna is at Four Corners Recreation Area, about seven miles away.

Civil War History

Sam Davis, called the “boy hero of the Confederacy,” was born in in an upper-class home that today is open as a memorial and museum. Sam Davis was hanged as a spy by the Union army, and his birthplace, the Sam Davis Home (samdavishome.org) is open for tours. Visitors can see the home almost exactly as it was when Davis lived in it, complete with more than of the Davis family's original items. Civil War devotees also may want to visit Stones River National Battlefield (nps.gov), about eight miles from Smyrna. One of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War took place on the grounds, and today the park is a memorial to the thousands who died in this spot in what is considered “one of the most significant battles” of the Civil War. Park rangers and volunteers lead educational tours.

Auto Manufacturing Tours

Nissan North America (nissannews.com) operates a $ million vehicle manufacturing plant in Smyrna; its creation heralded the arrival of the first Japanese automaker in the United States. Visitors can take a motorized tour through the factory to see the manufacture and assembly of many of Nissan's best-selling vehicles, including the all-electric Nissan Leaf. Tours are held on Tuesday and Thursday, and you must make reservations to attend.

Dining

Smyrna is home to a one-of-a-kind restaurant, the Omni Hut (omnihut.com), brainchild of Air Force Major James Walls, who began the restaurant in after retiring from the local Air Force base. His extensive travels during War World II created a love for the culture and food of the South Pacific, so he built a restaurant that tries to re-create a true Polynesian experience. At the Omni Hut, you will see wooden tiki statues, fishnets on the ceilings, photos, ukuleles and an indoor waterfall. The menu includes recipes from Tahiti, China, Central America and Hawaii, all served in a series of courses.

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Things to Do with Kids in Smyrna, TN

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  • Located in central Tennessee is the quiet residential community of Smyrna. Rated one of America's Best Places to Retire by U.S. News & World Report in , the city has much to offer both residents and visitors to the area. It's most popular attractions are outdoors, with its system of beautiful local parks, golf, walking trails and water park.
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Suitable for individuals, leagues and private events, Smyrna Bowling Center features 40 lanes of bowling with shoe rental. The center has arcade games, a nursery and a cafe offering food and drinks.
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A complete selection of pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn, and straw are available at the Walden Pumpkin Farm. In addition to picking out special produce during the harvest season, visitors can go on hay rides and enjoy pumpkin fudge.
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Malco Roxy Smyrna Cinema is a 14 screen multiple that has stadium seating with rocking chair comfort. The cinema also offers a birthday party room, an arcade, and a coffee bar.
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Offering something for everyone in the family, Rock Springs Park features a pavilion with picnic tables, grills and a playground. For active visitors, the park also offers a basketball court and mile-long walking trail.
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Smyrna Recreation Park is a recreational park that features a softball complex along with the ability to host a variety of special events. The park has picnic areas and shelters available for reservation.
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Founded in , the Sharp Springs Disc Golf Park is a disc golf course open for public use. The course is 6, ft. in length, is a par 60, and is located on a acre park.
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Gregory Mill Dam Park is a small neighborhood park. The main attraction of the park is the splash pad, a water playground in which children can play during the warmer months. The park also maintains a 50 foot hexagonal pavilion.
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The Civil War hero Sam Davis is memorialized along with his family at the Sam Davis Home. Those who lived and labored on the farm are included in exhibits and displays as well, and regular tours are conducted daily which begin a short film about Sam.
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While the Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation USA in Smyrna is a fully operational manufacturing facility, the site also offers free tours to the public. It is best to arrange these tours in advance though.
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Rusty Wallace Racing Experience is a nationally recognized racing company that owns 50 tracks throughout the United States and Canada. The company has speedways that allow users to drive NASCAR cars.
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Sights To See in Smyrna, TN

Smyrna, Tennessee is a beautiful small town in the Nashville metropolitan area. Situated almost equal distances between Nashville and Murfreesboro, Smyrna provides small-town charm with quick and convenient access to larger nearby cities.

Despite the size of this small town, Smyrna has played a large role in the history of this country. The former Sewart Air Force Base was located in Smyrna providing aircraft during World War II. In the early s, Smyrna was once again in the spotlight as it became the home of the first Japanese manufacturing plant in the country when the Nissan Vehicle Assembly Plant opened.   

Beyond Smyrna’s rich history, this quaint middle-Tennessee town now has top-notch health care, a growing public greenway system, a local community college, and consistent employment opportunities with the Nissan factory still thriving today. Smyrna has even been named one of the top ten cities to retire by US News & World Report. Whether Smyrna is your final destination or you are just passing through, here are a few of the amazing sights to see in Smyrna. 

 

Historical Sights To See In Smyrna

Smyrna has many American historical sites from battlefields and cemeteries to historic homes. These are just a few of the rich historical sights to see in and around Smyrna.  

 

Historic Sam Davis Home 

Learn about the life and legacy of Sam Davis and his heroic stance made during the American Civil War at the Historic Sam Davis Home.  Sitting on acres, you will find two historic homes, several outbuildings, a family cemetery, and s of artifacts of the Davis family on display. 

The Historic Sam Davis Home is open Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. Admission is $15 for adults, $13 for seniors, veterans, and active military, and $10 for college students and children over 6. 

 

Stones River National Battlefield

Just 10 minutes south of Smyrna is another historical Tennessee town. Murfreesboro is home to the Stones River National Battlefield, a National Park preserving the history of the Battle of Stones River. Stop by the Visitor Center to see the park’s museum and a movie about the battle. The Visitor Center is currently operating under the limited hours of Friday &#; Monday 10 am &#; 4 pm. 

The Park also offers guests trails for walking and biking, interactive programs, and tours of the battlefields. Stones River National Battlefield is open daily 8 am &#; 5 pm from March 1st to October 31st. Gates close at pm during winter hours. 

 

Oaklands Mansion

Oaklands Mansion is a historic site telling the story of the Maney family through generations and their interactions with the American Civil War, its troops, and its leaders. The home has been transformed into a landmark and museum where guests can tour the mansion learning about its expansion and growth through the years and take a self-guided tour of the grounds and surrounding outbuildings. 

The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am &#; 4 pm and on Sunday pm. Admission is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and active military, $10 for children 6 and up, free for kids under 6. Reserve your time-slotted tickets online in advance. 

 

Historical Homes

Smyrna and the surrounding towns are full of historical sites that have been preserved and turned into museums and landmarks. Here are more of the historical homes, plantations, and sights that are found in the area. 

 

Other Sights To See In Smyrna

Beyond the historical charm of Smyrna, this small middle-Tennessee town provides guests and residents with seasonal and year-round attractions. Here are some other sights to see in Smyrna, TN. 

 

Walden Pumpkin Farm

Spend a day on the farm at Walden Pumpkin Farm in Smyrna, TN. Beyond picking your own pumpkin, the farm is full of kid-friendly activities including hayrides, face painting, hay maze, and so much more. There is a Country Store with fall decorations, carving kits, and locally made honey, jams, and relishes. The Food Depot & Sweet Shop serve made-to-order American classics like hamburgers and hotdogs plus sweet treats like pumpkin fudge and funnel cakes. 

Admission to the Farm is free; activities are an additional charge. Walden Farm is open September 26th &#; October 31st with visiting hours Monday through Friday 3 pm &#; pm (closed Wednesdays), Saturday 9 am &#; pm, and Sunday pm. 

 

Community Parks & Recreational Fields

Smyrna has over acres of land dedicated to the community for recreation and leisure activities comprising ten community parks, twelve miles of trails and greenways, multiple athletic fields and practice areas, a public pool, a kid’s splash pad, green spaces, and community buildings. 

Check the town website for the Pool and Splash Pad seasonal opening dates. Here is a list of the community parks in Smyrna. Call the Parks Office for more information and shelter reservations at

  • Cedar Stone Park: Morton Lane, open daily 7 am &#; 10 pm, amenities include a playground, baseball fields, and concession stands
  • Gregory Mill Park: Enon Springs Rd East, open daily 7 am &#; pm, amenities include a mile walking trail, pavilion shelter with picnic tables and grills, and Splash Pad
  • Hilltop-Rosenwald Park: Mason Tucker Dr, open daily 7 am &#; 11 pm, amenities include a playground, basketball courts, community building, pavilion shelter with picnic tables and grills, and a mile walking trail
  • J.J. McWilliams Old Rock School Park: Enon Springs Rd West, open daily until 9 pm, amenities include a playground, a mile walking trail, pavilion shelter with picnic tables and grills, a pond, and the Smyrna Public Library
  • Lee Victory Recreation Park: Sam Ridley Parkway East, open daily 6 am &#; 11 pm, amenities include multiple youth and adult ball fields and courts, a playground, a mile walking trail, concession stands, and 4 pavilion shelters
  • Paul Jones Neighborhood Park: Iona Dr, open daily 7 am &#; pm, amenities include a playground, basketball courts, a mile walking trail, and pavilion shelter with picnic tables and grills
  • Pioneer Park: Pioneer Dr, open daily 7 am &#; 9 pm, amenities include a playground, volleyball and basketball courts, and a pavilion shelter with picnic tables and grills
  • Rotary Soccer Park: Soccer Way, open March &#; October 7 am &#; 9 pm and November &#; February from dawn to dusk, amenities include a playground, 13 acres of soccer fields, a concession stand, a mile walking trail, and a pavilion shelter with picnic tables and grills
  • Sharp Springs Park: Jefferson Pike, open March &#; October 7 am &#; 9 pm and November &#; February from dawn to dusk, the largest park in the Smyrna Park System boasting acres, amenities include the Bark Springs Park (enclosed dog park), 5 pavilion shelters with picnic tables and grills, multiple practice ball fields, a disc golf course, fishing piers, a fire pit, and hiking trails
  • Westfork Neighborhood Park: Wade Herrod Rd, open daily 7 am &#; 9 pm, newest of Smyrna’s community parks, amenities include a playground, a mile walking trail, a pavilion shelter with grill, and a natural area with a bike trail

 

The Smyrna Greenway System is a great way to explore the town while enjoying its natural beauty. Greenways, sidewalks, trails, and bike lanes make up this system that runs throughout the town connecting communities, parks, and recreational areas. Be sure to look for signage along the trail providing information about the history and wildlife of the area. There is a map with trail details and trailhead locations available online. 

 

Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center

The Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center was created to bring educational and recreational programs to the community by providing indoor and outdoor activities for all ages. The Adventure Center has an interactive exhibit hall; a gallery with local art, history, and culture displayed; a lecture hall for guest speakers; an adventure zone with a rock climbing wall and structures; an area for crafts, games, and stories; and party rooms available for rent. 

Outdoor adventures include the community Splash Pad, canoeing, kayaking, guided hikes, and more. The Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center also provides after-school programs, school field trips, summer camps, swim lessons, and more. The Adventure Center is currently open to the public Tuesday &#; Saturday 10 am &#; 5 pm. 

 

We hope this list of sights to see in Smyrna, TN has sparked your interest in visiting this quaint middle-Tennessee town. As you plan your next vacation, be sure to explore Uptown Suite’s family-friendly accommodations. Our extended-stay hotel is conveniently located at President Place off Sam Ridley Parkway in Smyrna, TN.

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Free & Cheap Things to Do in Smyrna, TN

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Offering something for everyone in the family, Rock Springs Park features a pavilion with picnic tables, grills and a playground. For active visitors, the park also offers a basketball court and mile-long walking trail.
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Smyrna Recreation Park is a recreational park that features a softball complex along with the ability to host a variety of special events. The park has picnic areas and shelters available for reservation.
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Gregory Mill Dam Park is a small neighborhood park. The main attraction of the park is the splash pad, a water playground in which children can play during the warmer months. The park also maintains a 50 foot hexagonal pavilion.
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The Civil War hero Sam Davis is memorialized along with his family at the Sam Davis Home. Those who lived and labored on the farm are included in exhibits and displays as well, and regular tours are conducted daily which begin a short film about Sam.
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A complete selection of pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn, and straw are available at the Walden Pumpkin Farm. In addition to picking out special produce during the harvest season, visitors can go on hay rides and enjoy pumpkin fudge.
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While the Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation USA in Smyrna is a fully operational manufacturing facility, the site also offers free tours to the public. It is best to arrange these tours in advance though.
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Malco Roxy Smyrna Cinema is a 14 screen multiple that has stadium seating with rocking chair comfort. The cinema also offers a birthday party room, an arcade, and a coffee bar.
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Suitable for individuals, leagues and private events, Smyrna Bowling Center features 40 lanes of bowling with shoe rental. The center has arcade games, a nursery and a cafe offering food and drinks.
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Founded in , the Sharp Springs Disc Golf Park is a disc golf course open for public use. The course is 6, ft. in length, is a par 60, and is located on a acre park.
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Four separate sections compose the Long Hunter State Park which is spread over 2, acres and includes the Sellar Farm State Archaeological Area. Many recreational activities are permitted in the area, including fishing, hiking, camping, and boating.
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15 Best Things to Do in Smyrna, Tennessee

Smyrna is a Tennessee city located about 20 minutes from Nashville. It is a family-friendly town with lot of green spaces, combining its rich history with many modern amenities. Sam Davis House is the house museum where visitors can get the feel of the life during slavery. Capt. Jeff Kuss USMC Memorial is a reminder of the tragic accident in which one of the Smyrna pilots lost his life. Smyrna has been voted as one the top ten American cities to retire in by US News & World Report. Certain attractions may be temporarily closed or require advance reservations. Some restaurants are currently offering pickup only. Hours/availability may have changed.


1.Sam Davis House

Sam Davis House

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The Sam Davis House is a historic Greek Revival home in Smyrna, Tennessee. It is now a museum to the memory of Confederate soldier Sam Davis who grew up in the house. The house was originally built as a log house in , and remodeled in by Charles Davis. His son, Sam Davis, was known as the "Boy Hero of the Confederacy." The house is located on the acre property in downtown Smyrna and is one of the major historic and cultural features in Middle Tennessee. The house was purchased in by the State of Tennessee and turned into a house museum. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is open year around and is available for social events. The property includes two historic homes, various outbuildings, slave quarters and the family cemetery. There are more than personal effects on display that belonged to the Davis family.

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2.Capt. Jeff Kuss USMC Memorial, Smyrna, TN

Capt. Jeff Kuss USMC Memorial, Smyrna, TN

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The Town of Smyrna, Tennessee, has a long history of military aviation that started in World War II and continuing to this day with the Sewart Air Force base and the famous Tennessee Air Show. On June 2, , United States Marine Corps Captain Jeff Kuss lost his life in a tragic accident while flying as Blue Angel #6 while practicing for the Great Tennessee Airshow. In memory to this event, the memorial was erected within Lee Victory Recreation Park, across from the Smyrna/Rutherford County airport. The main feature of the memorial is the F/AC Hornet, similar to that flown by Capt. Kuss. It is on permanent loan by the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Florida, to the Town of Smyrna.

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3.Buckle and Hide Leather LLC, Smyrna, Tennessee

Buckle and Hide Leather LLC, Smyrna, Tennessee

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Buckle and Hide Leather LLC in Smyrna, TN is not only one of the Nashville Area's top leather shops, but a great fun to visit even if you are not looking for a new belt or wallet and are not a biker looking for a new outfit. It is chock-full of hand-made leather goods. There are hundreds of handmade leather belts, cuffs, wallets, leather apparel, jewelry, accessories, leather vests, riding chaps, riding boots, leather coats, saddle bags, leather hats, handmade leather holsters and much more. One of their most popular services is sewing patch – they have more than different designs. The shop is owned and operated by Steve Johnson, who opened it in with his wife.

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4.Sub Station II, Smyrna, Tennessee

Sub Station II, Smyrna, Tennessee

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Sub Station II is a popular chain of sandwich shops with more than 40 restaurants in five states in the Southeast. Folks in these parts really love their hoagies, grinders, subs, sandwiches or whatever they like to call them and at Sub Station II they make them really delicious. They use the best quality and freshest ingredients on their special NY style buns that are baked just for them. The menu includes more than a dozen cold or hot sandwiches, a variety of salads, sides, chips, seasonal soup and desserts. All sub sandwiches are dressed in their signature “all the way” style, loaded with lettuce, onions, tomatoes, oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and oregano. The Sub Station II in Smyrna, Tennessee, is a small no-nonsense counter-serve spot with a few tables, but most folks just order online or by phone. They also deliver.

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5.Cousins Maine Lobster, Smyrna, Tennessee

Cousins Maine Lobster, Smyrna, Tennessee

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If you fell in love with Cousin’s food trucks, now you do not have to chase them all over Smyrna. This popular chain with shops all over the country opened a small counter-serve restaurant in downtown Smyrna, Tennessee, serving all the same goodies that made their food trucks popular: lobster rolls, of course, Lobster BLT, Maine Whole Belly Fried Clams and much more. Their Maine Lobster is sourced from the Downeast waters in the most easterly part of the country, the Mid Coast, and in Penobscot Bay near Vinalhaven in the Gulf of Maine. The menu features lobster in all shapes and forms: in tacos, quesadillas, bisque and tots. Besides lobster, Cousin’s serves haddock, fish and chips, shrimps, clam chowder and much more.

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6.Nissan North America

Nissan North America

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Nissan North America has been manufacturing motor vehicles at their Smyrna plant since Back in the day, Nissan was the first automotive company in Tennessee and the plant was responsible for establishing economic development in the town. Today the plant employs upwards of people. If you would like to find out what it is like to work on an automobile assembly line you can book a guided tour of the plant. These very popular tours need to be booked well in advance of your visit to avoid disappointment.

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7.Walden Pumpkin Farm

Walden Pumpkin Farm

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Conveniently located in Smyrna, in the heart of Tennessee, the Walden Pumpkin Farm is a seasonal free-to-visit attraction for families. Here you will find everything you need to deck out your home with fall décor in the form of pumpkins and gourds of all sizes and shapes. Younger children will love the chance to select their own pumpkin in the field and haul it away in a wagon (these are already cut and ready to go home with you). Other customers can select their pumpkins from the pre-picked pallets. The farm offers lots of fun activities for children including Hay Rides, a Pumpkin Train and an activity center with a Corn Maze, Hay Mountain, Duck Racing and more.

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8.Lee Victory Recreation Park

Lee Victory Recreation Park

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The Lee Victory Recreation Park is one of Smyrna’s most popular outdoor recreational facilities. Here you will find just about everything you need to get in some exercise including the Greenway Trail for walking/running. In total there are 6 floodlit tennis courts, 2 basket ball courts, 2 football fields and 4 soft ball fields. Even if you are not planning to participate there is always some sporting action to watch. You are welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy at one of the 4 picnic pavilions (booking required) which are ideal for an outdoor children’s birthday party. Younger visitors can have fun at the 2 on-site playgrounds.

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9.Gregory Mill Park

Gregory Mill Park

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An excellent place to spend a sunny day, Gregory Mill Park covers 48 acres, which are connected to the town greenway system by sidewalks. At the heart of this popular park is a large splash pad which offers hours of family fun during the summer. There is also a large picnic shelter with grills and electricity which you can book for birthday parties and group events for up to 50 people. A short walking/running trail completes the picture. The park is free to visit and opens to the public from 11am to 6pm from Monday to Friday, and on weekends between August 7th and Labor Day.

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Sharp Springs Park

Sharp Springs Park

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Covering acres of land, Sharp Springs Park is the largest public recreation area within the Smyrna Park System. Due to its large size, there are still many undeveloped parts of the park which attract a wide range of birds and small animals – bird watchers can observe these from cleverly concealed bird hides. Sporting facilities include disc golf and baseball/football/soccer fields. Hikers and walkers can enjoy hiking trails while keen anglers can try their luck from the fishing piers on the 4 catch-and-release ponds. There are good restrooms, picnic pavilions and more. Last but not least, you can bring Fido to have a run around in the Bark Park.

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Paul Jones Neighborhood Park

Paul Jones Neighborhood Park

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Surrounded by suburbia, the Paul Jones Neighborhood Park certainly lives up to its name by offering a variety of outdoor activities for locals and visitors to enjoy. The park covers 9 acres and includes a .5 mile walking/running trail and a basketball court. There is also a playground where children can meet their friends and enjoy outdoor fun and exercise. The running trail links to the town greenway system via a network of wide sidewalks, which offer runners and walkers access to the entire west side of Smyrna. Picnic shelters with grills and rest rooms complete the picture. You can visit the park between am and pm.

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Blue Sage Massage and Day Spa

Blue Sage Massage and Day Spa

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You can add an entire extra dimension to your Smyrna visit by booking a relaxing pamper session at Blue Sage Massage and Day Spa. As you step inside the spa you can shrug off your busy routine and prepare to enjoy a calming and relaxing mind and body experience. The facility offers a range of tailored facials which will totally pamper you and leave you looking rejuvenated. A relaxing massage could be just what you need to relax and relieve anxiety, aches and pains. If you have the time and the budget you can book one of their full-day spa packages which include all the most popular treatments you need for a totally invigorating experience.

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The Salt Barn

The Salt Barn

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If you have never had the chance to experience the therapeutic effects of a Salt Cave experience, the Salt Barn in Smyrna invites you to come in and see what it’s all about. 5 tons of salt imported from the Himalaya Mountains has been used to create a unique and healthy micro-climate in the Salt Cave. Your experience includes relaxing on a zero-gravity chair while you breathe in the mineral-saturated air which is believed to be extremely beneficial for a variety of ailments. After your Salt Cave session you can try the Float Tank, Infrared Sauna and, perhaps, a Detox Foot Bath or therapeutic massage.

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Stars and Strikes

Stars and Strikes

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Stars and Strikes is an indoor family entertainment center where guests of all ages can enjoy a host of fun activities. First and foremost, the complex boasts a lively bowling alley where lanes can be booked in advance for your group. In addition to bowling the center offers games for all ages including Laser Tag, Escapology, Bumper Cars, Axe Throwing and a huge games arcade. Ideal for children’s birthday parties, Stars and Strikes offer affordable inclusive packages which include bowling, laser tag, bumper cars, a choice of child-friendly food and arcade vouchers. There are also suitable packages for older children (teens) and for adult bowling parties.

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Skate Center Smyrna

Skate Center Smyrna

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The Smyrna Skate Center is one of the best roller skating facilities in the country, boasting a smooth hardwood floor, special light effects and a great sound system with a live DJ. Skating is an excellent form of exercise for all ages and at the Skate Center Smyrna it is also a fun-filled outing for friends. The best time for families to visit the center would be Saturday and Sunday afternoons, while adult skaters will really enjoy Friday night sessions which feature fun contests, games and prizes. The center is ideal for children’s birthday parties and offers birthday packages including 90min skating and pizza in the party room.

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15 Best Things to Do in Smyrna, Tennessee


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