Resources

Relocation

Robertson County Chamber of Commerce encourages you to explore all that Robertson County has to offer. Suitable for anyone looking for an actively lifestyle or leisurely pace of life - Robertson County can offer the best of both worlds. With vast rural farmland and just a short drive to the city of Nashville, we have plenty to offer those looking to relocate to Robertson County!

The Robertson County area’s array of amenities can please any interest. Whether you enjoy an active lifestyle or prefer a more leisurely pace, Robertson County provides natural beauty, four-distinct season with a mild climate, urban conveniences and rural peacefulness. With reasonable living costs and quality healthcare, the small-town charm of Robertson County is a great place to call home.

For more information on relocating to Robertson County see the below resources:

Why Robertson County?

Schools

Robertson County is a community-based school system with  five high schools and sixteen feeder schools grouped into five clusters; Springfield, Greenbrier, White house, Adams-Cedar Hill, and Cross Plains-Orlinda.

Robertson County has a magnet program called the Innovation Academy located at Springfield Middle and High Schools. Any Robertson County student can apply for the program. 

All Robertson County schools are in the process of getting accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

Click here for school listings.

Learn more about Robertson County Schools by visiting www.rcstn.net.

Robertson Education Initiative (REdI) on Facebook

Parks & Recreation

Adams, TN

Port Royal State Park
3300 Old Clarksville Springfield Rd Adams, TN 37010

Cross Plains, TN

Kilgore Park: four tennis courts, two football fields, one softball and baseball field

Greenbrier, TN 

  • Louise Martin Park: softball and baseball fields, playground, walking trails, concessions
  • Graham Park: playground, tennis courts
  • Dick Strong Memorial Field: Soccer Field, walking path, playground, pavillion
  • Greenbrier Lake: playground, no facilities available

Orlinda, TN

  • Humphrey Park: two sand volleyball courts, four tennis courts, two football fields
  • 100-199 College St, Orlinda TN 37141

Pleasant View, TN

Balthrop Park: four soccer fields, two sand volleyball courts, four tennis courts, two football fields

Portland, TN

Richland Park: community center, gym, pool, bike and walking trail, shelters, playground, picnic areas, baseball fields, soccer field

Ridgetop, TN

Ridgetop Station Park: pavillion, walking trail, smoke house, garden house, caboose, playground, parking and restroom facilites

Pioneer Park: gazebo, volleyball/badminton net, basketball goal, walking trail, playground, parking facilities

Springfield, TN

  • Springfield Greenway: Trailheads at Garner Street Park, Main Street, American Legion and Travis Price Park. Approximately 3 miles of paved trail from Travis Price Park to Ninth Avenue and Main Street. 
  • American Legion Field: baseball/softball field, picnic areas, restroom and greenway trailhead
  • Garner Street Park: two picnic shelters, restrooms, baseball field, 4 lighted tennis courts, a fortress playground and greenway trailhead
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Park: football field w/eight lane 400 meter track, restroom/concession building, soccer fields
  • J. Travis Price Park: 3 playgrounds with zip line, four field baseball complex, soccer fields, walking trails, two picnic shelters w/restrooms, Post 48 Community Building, Historic Cabin, duck pond

White House, TN

The White House Municipal Park: three tennis courts, eight baseball/ softball fields, full basketball court, youth football field, football field and stadium, large playground area, four picnic shelters, nature trail with and 8-foot wide paved path.

Volunteer & Donations

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Diane Frey (615)-202-1097
Diane.Frey@mentorakid.org

CASA of Robertson County

Kathy Williams (615)-382-5066
www.casaofrobertsoncounty.org

Covenant Confirmers Ministry Inc.

(615) 384-9010
www.CovenantConfirmers.org

Grace Baptist Church

Steve Freeman (615) 384-3393
www.gbcspringfield.org

Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

Bethany Kelly (931) 648-1060
www.gsmidtn.org

Master's Table, Greater Faith Community Action Corporation

Carolyn Woodard (615) 384-8682
www.GreaterFaithAction.com

NorthCrest Medical Center

Jodi Ballard (615) 382-6049

Volunteers are needed to be Pink Ladies and Men in Blue! 

Open Door Pregnancy Center

Shawn Elmore (615) 384-HOPE
http://www.384hope.com/

Robertson County Education Association

Nicki Fields (615) 242-8392
www.TeaTeacher.org

Robertson County Senior Center

(615) 384-6367

Robertson County Baptist Association

Ray and Judy Hurst (615) 384-8197
www.RobertsonBaptistAssociation.org

Seeking caring individuals for English Language Learners. No foreign language skills required.

United Way of Robertson County

(615) 384-8160
info@UnitedWayRobertson.org

University Of Tennessee Extension Service

Kathy Finley (615) 384-7936
www.utextension.tennessee.edu

The UT extension is looking for Camp Leaders,Summer Event Leaders, Club Leaders, and Community Service Coordinators.

Retire Robertson County

Thank you for considering Robertson County as a place you might like to call home!  The Robertson County Chamber of Commerce invites you to explore our eleven distinct communities and vast rural landscape and imagine the possibilities that exist here for a great retirement lifestyle just minutes from Nashville.

Make Robertson County home and you will enjoy the charm and quality of “small-town” living only a short drive from the all the amenities of a word-class city.  Nashville offers  Broadway shows, the symphony, professional and college sports, high-end shopping and dining, as well as the country music heritage the Tennessee is famous for.

With a population of nearly 70,000, Robertson County is just 30 minutes north of Nashville and is home to eleven distinct communities.  Bordered by Interstates 24 & 65, we sit within a day’s drive of  Charlotte, Dallas, Chicago and Orlando and just up the road from an international airport that serves as a Southwest Airlines hub. Robertson County can match almost any lifestyle need —  rural home sites, historic districts, golf course communities and a revitalized downtown square in the heart of Springfield. You’ll find our home prices very affordable, with the average sales price of $141,800.

Beautiful countryside, four distinct seasons, a sense of history and place, and an easy commute into a world-class city are all reasons my family calls Robertson County home.  More importantly, the charm and comfort of living in communities where folks hold on to their traditions and genuinely care for each other is a Tennessee way of life that we treasure.

We invite you to explore Robertson County on our website, through our Retire Robertson Information packet  or in person. We think you'll agree we are "Miles from Ordinary".

Discover Robertson County for only $100!

  • One night accommodations for two adults at Springfield's Hampton Inn (Queen Double or Single)
  • A $25 Certificate for Lunch or Dinner at The Depot,  locally-owned bistro in Historic Downtown Springfield.
  • Day Passes to the Robertson County Family YMCA.
  • A shopping/dining/entertainment discount package featuring great local shops, restaurants, and tickets to local events taking place during your visit.
  • Add two rounds of golf at The Legacy, a Raymond Floyd signature golf course for an additional $50.

Call us at 1-888-511-1109 to reserve your package!

Payment is due when making reservation. We reserve the right to substitute lodging or features of equal or greater value. Hotel accommodations, event tickets and tee times subject to availability.