Parks and Recreation Contact Info
Brandy Miniat, Director
Department Email -
City Hall Office Phone Number - (615) 952-9885                                                                   

Department Overview

The Kingston Springs Parks Department provides residents with access to recreational facilities and cultural opportunities throughout the year. Town staff maintain the 173 acre parks system, which has become known for its quality and is a hallmark of the Kingston Springs area. 

Playground at L.L. Burns Park

Playground at L.L. Burns Park

Facility Rental
The Parks Department rents portions of parks facilities for special events. These rentals include - Park Pavilions, the L.L. Burns Park Activity Center, and the Baseball/Softball field at City Park.  Please call City Hall at 615-952-2110 for rental availability, or complete the Park Facilities Rental Form found HERE and bring to city Hall at 396 Spring Street.  Please note, rental of the Activity Center will require you to obtain Event Liability Insurance.  Please see the Rental Application for additional details.  Please call Parks Director Brandy Miniat at 615-952-9885 with questions.

Community Events
Kingston Springs has several annual events in the parks each year. Namely:

Summer Camps - Our 2023 Summer Camps will be held in Burns Park this rear with camp for ages 6-8 running the week of July 17-21 and camp for ages 9-12 running the week of July 21-28.  Visit the link HERE for more information on the camps and how to register.

Catfish Rodeo – A catfish rodeo is held at L.L. Burns Park in conjunction with the TWRA Free Fishing Weekend, in early June each year. The pond is stocked with fish and an early morning of exciting fishing always ensues. The event is for children ages 4-12, is free of charge, and features several prizes and trophies.

Catfish Rodeo

Catfish Rodeo

Easter Egg Hunt – Thousands of eggs are hidden in City Park for this event, held on the Saturday one week before Easter. Children are divided into age groups for hunting eggs, and several prizes are awarded. The event is free to attend, but you need to bring your own basket. Don’t be late! Hunting starts promptly at 10:00 a.m. and eggs go quickly.

Art in the Park – Kingston Springs’ largest annual event is a competition and show for artists 16 years and older. The event is an excellent opportunity to view local talent and to purchase a piece of masterpiece from an area artisan. Art in the Park is held the first Saturday in October at L.L. Burns Park from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and is free of charge. To take part in Art in the Park complete and submit this application.

Kingston Springs Farmers and Artisans Market - Offering a source for fresh, local produce and hand-crafted goods in Kingston Springs, Tennessee. The Kingston Springs Farmers and Artisans Market offers the community a place to gather, to glean from the wide variety of fresh, healthy foods and products creatively made by their friends and neighbors.  See our website HERE.

Seniors Citizens Group

A social group for those 60 and over, the Kingston Springs senior citizens groupincludes a monthly lunch and two monthly bingo dates. Other special events are planned throughout the year. For more information, please contact the Parks Director.

Seniors Group August 2015

Seniors Group August 2015

Youth Soccer League
The Parks Department offers a youth soccer league every spring and fall. The rec league is comprised of a 10 week season with games occurring each Saturday morning. Players, coaches, and referees are all community members. To sign up for youth soccer please visit our Parks and Rec website HERE. For questions, please contact Parks Director Brandy Miniat.