Crockett Park in Brentwood, Tennessee is composed of more than one hundred and sixty-four acres. It has open fields, athletic fields and facilities.
Crockett Park is home to the Eddy Arnold Amphitheatre. Eddy was a native to Tennessee and his love of the state was reflected through his music. He became one of the most loved and recognized names in country music.
The Cool Springs House was built in the 1830’s by James and Penelope Barfield Carothers. Originally built as a two-room log house it went through major renovations and additions in 1870.
Changing hands throughout the years it finally was deeded to the City of Brentwood. It serves as an amazing place to hold special events. It is a favorite for weddings.
The park has an indoor soccer facility. It can be rented for birthdays, team practices and corporate parties. They have a Tiny Tots Soccer league. You can even golf in the indoor arena.
There are all sorts of walking and biking paths. They have markers that are color coded every tenth mile and emergency call boxes if there is an incident on the trails.