Williamson County Parks & Rec makes it easy!
If you are taking stock of your health and fitness at the start of this new year, you are not alone. January is the month that many people resolve to begin a new fitness or exercise program. Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) wants to help you keep those promises. With hundreds of weekly classes at six convenient locations, plus personal trainers and health coaches on staff, WCPR makes it easy for you reach your goals this year. Group fitness classes include Yoga, Zumba, Aqua Fitness, senior classes, cardio boot camp, indoor cycling, Pilates, Step and U-JAM.
WCPR offers the convenience of annual passes-an easy way for individuals and families to get quick access to facilities and classes. Standard annual passes include unlimited use of state-of-the-art wellness centers, gymnasiums, walking tracks, Splash Park, and indoor and outdoor pools. Standard annual passes for Williamson County residents are just $250 for a family; $185 for a senior family (age 55+); $125 for a single senior or youth (13-17); and $175 for a single adult. Premium annual passes include these amenities plus unlimited group fitness, aqua fitness and indoor cycling classes. Premium annual rates are $495 for a family; $405 for a senior family (age 55+); $270 for a single senior or youth (13-17); and $315 for a single adult.
With six main recreation centers located across the county, WCPR offers exceptional accessibility. Fitness classes and wellness centers are offered at: the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Rd.; the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill, 2909 Commonwealth Dr.; the Indoor Sports Complex, 920 Heritage Way in Brentwood; the Fairview Recreation Complex, 2714 Fairview Blvd.; the Williamson County Enrichment Center, 110 Everbright Ave.; and the Williamson County Recreation Complex at Nolensville, 7250 Nolensville Rd. In addition, there are three indoor pools and five seasonal outdoor pools, a Splash Park, gymnasiums, racquetball courts, and indoor walking tracks (facilities may vary).
Drop in at any location today and ask for a free tour. All facilities and classes are open to the public, and WCPR has no memberships or signing fees. Choose the pass option that is best for your family, and get started on your 2018 fitness program anytime!
Williamson County Parks and Recreation is a public organization, here to benefit the community. Anyone may register for and participate in the department’s programs, teams, classes and events. For program registration, pass purchasing or additional information, visit www.wcparksandrec.com. You may also receive department information by “liking” Williamson County Parks and Recreation on Facebook; following us on Twitter at @wc_parksandrec or Instagram at @willcoparksandrec or on Pinterest or YouTube.