Regional Recreation and Wellness Centers
To meet Nashville’s growing demand for diverse recreation and wellness opportunities, Metro Parks operates a system of regional recreation centers across the city. These facilities offer a wide range of programs and services for people of all ages and abilities.
Each of our regional recreation facilities include a fully-equipped fitness center with the latest aerobic and strengthening equipment, gymnasium, indoor walking/running track, dance/exercise studio, arts and crafts room, multi-use meeting space and game room. Most facilities feature an indoor swimming pool as well. In addition, each center offers specialized features unique to their location. These include the “black-box” theater at East Park, teaching kitchen at Coleman Park, computer lab at Hadley Park, and our first LEED certified facility at McCabe Park.
Program offerings at these centers reflect the diverse interests of the surrounding community. Activities are offered for all ages and abilities and include group fitness classes, youth and adult sports, dance classes, senior recreation/social programs, arts classes, aquatic programs, free play, and youth out-of-school programs.
Regional Recreation Center Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday, 6:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Friday, 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Fees for memberships and programs are very reasonable. In addition, many programs and services for youth and senior citizens are provided at no cost. If you are Metro Employee with a Sportsplex membership, you may utilize the fitness center. All other Sportsplex members do not get access to Regionals without purchasing a membership or paying the daily rate.
Facilities are also available for private rentals. Meeting rooms may be reserved during or after operating hours, and most areas may be rented outside of normal operating hours. Details on renting these facilities can be found in the document, Regional Center Usage Permit. For more information on specific programs, call any one of the regional recreation centers.