City of McMinnville


City of McMinnville
  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling
  • Disc Golf
  • Pickleball
  • Basketball
  • Skateboarding
  • Hiking
  • Watersports


City of McMinnville
101 East Main Street
McMinnville, TN 37110

McMinnville Parks and Recreation
500 Garfield Street
McMinnville, TN 37110

Points of Contact

Justin Scott — Director of Parks and Recreation

Michael Benusches – Facility Manager

Terry Beard – Athletics Coordinator


McMinnville was founded in 1810 and is nestled between Nashville and Chattanooga. McMinnville is where small-town charm and big-time natural beauty intersect. As you explore, you’ll find good food and great neighbors. Enjoy Southern comforts, musical performances, and world-renowned nurseries. McMinnville is the largest city in Warren County and Warren County is home to Rock Island State Park, Cumberland Caverns, numerous parks, and beautiful downtown McMinnville. Four rivers converse in the county, which makes our area a great destination for fishing, swimming, and kayaking. Warren County is the “Nursery Capital of the World”: home to over 400 thriving nurseries.

Other highlights include:

  • Hampton Inn
    73 Guest Rooms
    1 Meeting Room
    676 Sq. Food Event Space
  • Happy Yaker
    ○ Choose from three charming cottages: Brownie, Albie or Canoe.
  • Falcon Rest
    ○ Extend your visit to McMinnville with a stay at Falcon Manor Bed & Breakfast, the four bed and breakfast style guest suites on the grounds of Falcon Rest Mansion.
  • Bonnie Blue Inn
    ○ Two rooms
  • Best Western
  • Nearly 20 rentals on airbnb and vrbo.
  • Rock Island State Park features 10 cabins located a half-mile from the natural sand beach along the Caney Fork River. The three-bedroom, two-bath cabins sleep up to ten people and are completely equipped for housekeeping and include appliances, coffee pot, microwave, cooking utensils, dishes, and linens. Each cabin also features a fireplace with gas logs (seasonal), a television, DVD player, and a charcoal grill.

Highlighted Facilities

Milner Recreation Center

  • 75,000 square recreational complex that houses 3 full length basketball courts, 2 racquetball courts, indoor tennis court, banquet hall with the ability to host up to 700 people, wellness center, indoor track, and classroom space. 
  • Basketball courts on lower level capable of being converted into regulation sized volleyball courts 
  • Drop down curtains in main gymnasium split main basketball court in to 2 courts and provide privacy from north balcony and auxiliary basketball court. 
  • Activities available: Basketball, volleyball, tennis, pickleball, and racquetball 

Milner Recreation Center Complex Ballfields

  • 7 lighted baseball/softball fields
  • 2 concession stands 
  • Scoreboards and PA system on each field 
  • 2 restroom facilities 

Pepper Branch Park

  • Kayak launch on the Barren Fork River, downstream from Riverfront Park 
  • 9-hole disc golf course 
  • Dog Park 
  • 1 restroom facility 
  • Gazebo with seating 
  • Climbing structure for children 

Riverfront Park

  • Boat launch with fishing spots along the Barren Fork river. 
  • Sand volleyball court 
  • Kids Playground 
  • Pavilion with picnic style dining 
  • Trailhead of the Barren Fork Greenway 

Smith Skatepark

  • Skatepark located at the Milner Recreation Center Complex 
  • 1 half pipe 
  • 2 quarter pipes 
  • 1 funbox with rail and stairs 
  • 1 manual box 
  • 1 flat rail 

David Dunlap Tennis Complex

  • 4 lighted tennis courts 
  • Bench seating on each court 
  • 3 pickleball courts 

Pistole Park Soccer Complex

  • 7 total fields
  • 4 artificially lit fields 
  • 3 unlit fields 
  • Central restrooms and concession stand 
  • Primarily used for soccer, can be used as multi-purpose fields 

Gilley Pool

  • 800,000-gallon recreational pool located at the Milner Recreation Center complex 
  • 25-meter lap swim lanes 
  • 13-foot diving well 
  • Water features in walk in zero entry area 
  • Concession stand and locker rooms 
  • Waterpark-like slide