Spring Hill Community Information

There are numerous retirement communities in Spring Hill including Timber Pines, a former pine tree farm on 1,418 acres of wide, winding private roads, bicycle paths and sidewalks. The complex features two Country Clubs: Timber Pines Lodge and the elegant new Country Club of the Pines. The Timber Pines Lodge is an outstanding recreational complex spreading over seven acres of lush, wooded hillside with a golf course, tennis courts and swimming complex. The Clubhouse offers classes on arts and crafts, woodworking and ceramics, and even allows space for social gatherings and gala parties.

Country Club of the Pines is located atop a hill overlooking the sweeping fairways of the fabulous Grand Pines Championship Golf Course. It offers casual and gourmet dining, a heated pool and spa, and a fully appointed fitness center complete with the latest exercise equipment and an on-site instructor. The performing arts center is located next to the Country Club and seats up to 850 people.

Spring Hill is truly a blend of old and new. While the community features many retirees, it is also popular with young families. It retains its small-town charm, but offers residents all of the amenities of a big city including new schools and shopping centers, good restaurants and plenty of cultural activities. The Springstead High School theatre in Spring Hill features year-round performances in music and theater production. The Spring Hill Art League promotes various forms of art in the county including an annual Arts & Crafts Show in October, and workshops for professional and amateur artists. Visitors and residents can also visit the Weeki Wachee Springs in nearby Weeki Wachee, which will become a state park in November 2008. The main attraction of Weeki Wachee Springs is the underwater mermaid performances.

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