Rolling River clubhouse is a great place for family and community gatherings. The clubhouse is used for monthly and annual board meetings, birthday parties, wedding receptions and much more. It is available to residents of Rolling River for a small fee for cleaning and upkeep. Access is dependent on availability which is scheduled on a first come first serve basis. To schedule the clubhouse or inquire further, please see Community Numbers and Links.
Harpeth River Greenway
Just behind Rolling River is the Morton Mill trail head for the Harpeth River Greenway The Harpeth River Greenway is a series of four disconnected, multi-use trails that run along the Harpeth River. The various segments serve a variety of communities and parks throughout the city. Morton Mill, follows Morton Mill Road from Old Harding Pike north. Future plans will connect this segment with the Harpeth Youth Soccer Association segment. Parking for Morton Mill is located at 940 Morton Mill Road. For more information about the Greenway: https://www.traillink.com/trail/harpeth-river-greenway/
The outdoor pavilion is a covered area with approximately 6 large picnic tables and two charcoal grills. The pavilion is located in the main common area surrounded by the playground, pool and sand volleyball court. It available to residents of Rolling River at no charge. Pavilion availability is first come first serve. *On Sunday afternoons during the summer and early fall, a portion of the pavilion is used by the volleyball teams. To keep the fun going for everyone, after using the pavilion, please discard your trash and trash bags in the dumpster located in the parking lot.
Rolling River Pool
Rolling River pool is one of our greatest assets! Our olympic size pool is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Most of the certified lifeguards at the pool live in the neighborhood.
To enjoy the pool, each household is provided a card that must be presented to enter of the pool. Residents must be current on homeowner dues in order to receive a pool card. Guests are allowed with nominal fees and parties are allowed with advanced notice. Guest fees, party guidelines and general pool rules can be found in the newsletter.
Our regulation sand volleyball court is used by our residents. Rolling River coordinates additional teams who participate in a local league. You will find competitive fun every Sunday afternoon during the summer and early fall months.
There are two soccer fields in the Rolling River Subdivision. The fields are used by residents and their teams for practice. Use of the fields are coordinated by Rolling River residents. Contact info found in the newsletter and Community Numbers and Links page.
Softball practices and pickup games happen at our softball field by the Harpeth River. The practice field has a backstop.
Rolling River has two tennis courts used by the Rolling River community.