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Goodlettsville Parks and Rec offers swim lessons each summer. These are group lessons for kids ages 4-12. Find more information here.
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Shelter reservations can be made online 24 hours a day, or in person at the Delmas Long Community Center (200 Memorial Drive) during business hours, Monday - Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm.
Find Rental Information here.
Goodlettsville Parks and Recreation uses rainoutline.com to notify of field closures. This app may be downloaded from itunes and googleplay. You can also sign up for text message alerts and/or emails from their site or go to goodlettsvilleparks.com for updates. Goodlettsville's Rainoutline is here.
You can report a maintenance concern here or you get in contact with our Parks Division. Jack Presley, Parks Superintendent, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615.851.3756.
The best place to look for youth and adult athletic league information is on the Athletics page. Many of the larger leagues are managed by independent organizations that use the City’s fields. Links to their sites can all be found on the youth athletic page.
Ideas and suggestions on how Goodlettsville Parks and Rec can improve are always welcome. Please email email@example.com. You can also use our online form for ideas and suggestions.
Click here for details on operating hours for all parks and recreation facilities.
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Find photos of our facilities here.
In short, the answer is yes, but we will need to talk with you to determine how your event is classified. If you are wanting to rent space to hold a family event, you can make an online reservation request. If you are wanting to host an event for the general public, give us a call so we can determine availability and if your event is allowable in a park 615.851.2200
Deposits are required for rentals of indoor facilities and for special events. Most of the time, refunds are generated within two weeks of your reservation date. If paid with a credit or debit card, the refund will be returned to the original form of payment. If payment was made with cash or check, a check will be mailed to you. If you don't receive a refund, please call us and let us know. 615.851.2200
You cannot bring a grill to any City of Goodlettsville parks. Charcoal grills are available at each shelter and at many of the picnic areas.
Yes, they do!
Each shelter has a different capacity. Click here to search individual shelters, the capacity is listed in the description.
Yes, there is access to water at each pavilion.
Most of the time you can have an inflatable at your pavilion rental, but you will have to complete a Special Park Use application and have the owner of the inflatable provide the City with proof of liability insurance.
Yes, tables and chairs are provided with your rental. You will need to be prepared to set up and break down before and after your rental and store them in their original location.
The administrative office for Goodlettsville Parks and Recreation is located in the Delmas Long Community Center, 200 Memorial Drive, Goodlettsville.
We have several ways you can be informed of Parks and Rec events and programs. Our email blast takes place through "Notify Me". You can sign up for that and receive updates to your email. Our facebook page is a another great way to keep up with what is going on. We post events and info on our timeline. Our webpages have calendars that are constantly updated with any new and existing programs.
We currently have six parks. The largest is Moss-Wright Park at 147 acres, the oldest is Peay Park where the community center is located, Pleasant Green Park is where the outdoor pool is located. We also have two neighborhood parks - Gateway Park at 425 Janette Ave and Brooks Park at the end of Mason Lane. North Creek Park is an undeveloped park on Jackson Road.
We are always looking for people that want to conduct classes. Please call or email Jennifer Spillers with your ideas. She may be reached at 615.851.2203.
We do have lost and found locations. If you lose an item in one of the parks, our Parks Division may have it. If you lose an item at the Community Center, you can check with the front desk to see if anyone has found it. If you lose an item around Mansker's Station, please check with the staff at the Visitor's Center. More info here.
To find out if Goodlettsville Parks and Rec is hiring, sign up for notifications from the HR Department. Or you can go here.
Most of the programs offered by Goodlettsville Parks and Rec are listed on our online registration site. You may register there 24 hours a day, or you may stop by the Community Center to talk to us during operating hours.
Withdrawals and cancellations require a cancellations request form that can be found here. Refunds are not guaranteed, and they are based on our refund schedule. Refund policies can be found here.
Dogs are not permitted on the walking trails according to Municipal Code Section 2-104, Section E.
Pets are to be leashed at all times on leashes not greater than 5' in length.
Yes, there are restricted areas that pets are not allowed. This includes trails, spectator, practice and game areas, and playgrounds.
Fields are reserved through the Athletics and Events Coordinator. Please call 615-851-2255.
There are two marked trails in Moss-Wright Park. The blue trail is 2 miles. The red trail is 1.5 miles. Markers start at the trail head at the west end of the park. The trail at Pleasant Green Park is .5 mile.
Strollers are allowed on the trails. If walking with multiple strollers, please move over to allow others to pass. Bikes are not currently allowed on the trails.
We welcome sponsors! Please get in contact with the Superintendent of Recreation, Jennifer Spillers. 615-851-2203
If you are interested in sponsoring or donating to a project, please contact the Parks and Recreation Director, Sarah Jennings. 615-851-2218
There are many different opportunities for volunteers with Goodlettsville Parks and Rec. Fill out a Volunteer Application here.
If you, or your organization, has an idea for an improvement, put that concept in writing and send it to the Director of Parks and Recreation, Sarah Jennings. If additional information is required, you may be asked to attend a meeting to discuss the project.
The best place to start your Eagle Scout Project partnership is by talking to Sarah Jennings, Director of Parks and Rec. Send an email or call to set up a meeting to discuss your ideas and options. 615-851-2218
The pool is open from the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend to the first Sunday in August.
Monday - Saturday from 10am to 5pm
Sunday 12pm to 5pm
We provide convenient ways to purchase pool passes. You may buy online through our registration system, you may buy from the Community Center, or you may buy at the pool during operation hours.
Discounts are provided, but it depends on what type of group you have. Child care provider groups can find information here. If you have a group that is not part of child care, the best option for a discount is through the purchase of a Plunge Pass. Find rates for the Plunge Passes at the bottom of this page.
Yes, we offer private pool rentals on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. Find information related to rates and availability here.
You may bring food and drink to Pleasant Green Pool, however no glass containers or alcohol are not permitted.
We do! Our swim team is a recreational team designed to give kids more experience in the water while learning to cooperate and develop their strokes. Find more details here.
We do allow drones to be used within the parks. We ask that when you fly you are compliant with all FAA regulations and do not fly over groups of 100 or more people during a sporting event or special event. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to alert us when you will be using a drone in the park.