Outdoor Recreation


Outdoor Adventures

Whether you’re admiring the fiery leaves of fall, smelling the smoking barns of late summer or witnessing the kelly green of new growth in the spring, outdoors in Robertson County is always the right place to be. Cool off in the summer at one of the splash pads or jump in the Red River like your grandparents did. Put your phone away, feel the fresh air on your skin, and experience true Tennessee.

Parks, Trails, & Greenways

The fields at J. Travis Park, at the far end of the Springfield Greenway, host league play on soccer fields and baseball diamonds. If the weather does not cooperate, indoor facilities are sprinkled throughout the county offering access to workout equipment and basketball courts. Stampede through our listings to find the activity to make your visit to Robertson County one worth remembering.
Born and Raised


Born and Raised


Born and Raised


Trails + Greenways

Both White House and Springfield boast beautiful greenways and walking trails, linking a network of vibrant city parks. Port Royal State Park in Adams offers beautiful shaded hiking trails.

Golf Courses

Robertson County is home to tens of thousands of yards of pristine golf courses. Designed by PGA Hall of Fame player Raymond Floyd, the course at The Legacy is truly a gem.

Kayak + Canoe the Red River

Run- A- Muk Outfitters offer canoe and kayak rentals for day floats on the Red River. Pack a picnic and a few ice-cold drinks, grab some friends, and enjoy a day on the water!

Splash Pads + Pools

The brand new splash pad at MLK Jr. Park, in Springfield, welcomes visitors and residents alike looking for a break from the hot Tennessee summer.

My Perfect RobCo Day: Adventures

Whether you’re escaping the traffic and bustle of the big city or driving in from the country for the day, Robertson County has plenty of outdoor fun to offer. Here are some of our perfect itineraries for a day trip to RobCo!

Explore the greenway at White House Municipal Park, let Sparky run her energy out at the Rover Dog Park, and set the kids loose at the playground!

After your time at the park, cross the street to 105 College St and visit with local farmers and stock up on fresh groceries for the week!
What’s more fun on a hot summer day than letting the kids run and play in the splash pad? It’s just down the hill from the Farmer’s Market!
Cap off your afternoon of adventure with pizza pies, craft brews, and live music!
Find your seat among the locals at Adams Station, and pile your plate high with eggs, bacon, and country ham. Don’t forget coffee! You have a busy day ahead.
Head to Run-A- Muk Outfitters and enjoy one of the most beautiful drives in the county to their kayak rental at Port Royal State Park. Make sure to call ahead if you’re renting a boat. Pack a lunch, you’re in for a 3-4 hour float!
After your time on the river, head over to Moss’s Coach House Restaurant for authentic southern comfort food. Check their Facebook page for daily specials!