Elite Tournament Facilities in Middle Tennessee

Our team will help you coordinate the perfect location and a well-maintained facility for your next tournament or special event in Crossville. 

Elite Tournament Facilities in Middle Tennessee

Our team will help you coordinate the perfect location and a well-maintained facility for your next tournament or special event in Crossville. 

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Centennial Softball & Baseball Park

Centennial Park offers facilities for both youth baseball and softball as well as adult tournaments.

  • 4 lighted adult softball fields
  • 4 lighted youth softball/baseball fields
  • 1 lighted regulation baseball field
  • 2 basketball courts / 4 goals
  • 2 sand volleyball courts
  • 8 pickleball courts
  • 1 lighted tee ball field
  • Up to 10 fields for a youth tournament
  • Up to 5 fields for an adult tournament
  • 3 concessions/field house/restroom facilities
  • Fully accessible playground
  • Adequate parking

From the fields being ready no matter the weather, to the staff always being readily available, Crossville goes above and beyond to make you feel comfortable before your bigger events. They are one of my favorite parks to use because the fields are top notch, and the customer service can't be matched. I would recommend this park to all directors looking for a quality location for your events.

Golf Courses

Crossville is the “Golf Capital of Tennessee” and home to 9 championship golf courses including Fairfield Glade, Lake Tansi and The Bear Trace courses. Over half a million rounds of golf are played in beautiful Crossville on a yearly basis. 

One of the things I enjoy most about playing golf is how the Lake Tansi course is designed and how beautiful it’s aesthetic layout is thought through. This is one of the most beautiful courses you’ll play without the high price. I don’t know how they do it.

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The Bear Trace at CMSP

407 Wild Plum Lane Crossville, TN 38572

Contact: Kelvin Burgin


  • Rating 72
  • Slope 129
  • Yardage 6,900

The Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain is one of the most sought-after sites among the Jack Nicklaus-designed Bear Trace courses in Tennessee. The 6,900-yard (gold tees), par 72 layout features a design that capitalizes on elevation changes as well as natural features such as flowing brooks and clustered, mature pines. As is typical in Jack Nicklaus Signature courses, there are many risk/reward opportunities for all levels of golfers.  

  • Named “One of the Top Ten You Can Play in North America” by Golf Magazine in 1999
  • Golf Digest named it “One of the Top Ten Courses in Tennessee” in 2001 
  • Named by GOLFWEEK Magazine as the #1 Public Course in Tennessee for 2012 and 2013
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576 Westchester Drive Crossville, TN 38558

Contact: Jeff Houston

(931) 484-3709 or (931) 707-2158 (Jeff)

  • Rating 70.7
  • Slope 134
  • Yardage 6,400

With it’s secluded, scenic views, Dorchester Golf Club is a favorite. By today’s standards, it’s not long, but the Bentgrass greens, narrow tree-lined fairways, strategically placed bunkers and water on 8 of the 18 holes, make it a challenge for even skilled golfers. Dorchester’s first hole has water coming into play off the men’s tee box and again approaching the green. A creek running through the back nine comes into play on three holes you’ll be talking about for awhile. The beautiful Dorchester clubhouse is a great way to relax with food and drinks after enjoying this gorgeous golf course.

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Druid Hills

333 Lakeview Drive Crossville, TN 38558

Contact: Jeff Houston

(931) 484-3711 or (931) 707-2158 (Jeff)

  • Rating 71.1
  • Slope 128
  • Yardage 6,270

Druid Hills is perched at the highest point on the NE side of Cumberland County creating dramatic mountain views that extend for miles. The course has rolling tree-lined fairways, plenty of water and undulating Bentgrass greens. The second shortest of our five golf courses, Druid Hills is also the second most difficult. Side hill lies, elevated approaches and greens that are difficult to read. Druid Hills is a position/placement course with several doglegs, so ball placement off the tee (not always with a driver) is essential. 

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Heatherhurst - Brea

421 Stonehenge Drive Crossville, TN 38558

Contact: Jeff Houston

(931) 484-3799 or (931) 707-2158 (Jeff)

  • Rating 70.7
  • Slope 123
  • Yardage 6,499

Who’s up for a 36 hole day? You can do it here with lunch between rounds. Heatherhurst Golf Club offers two beautiful courses, The Crag and the Brae.

On the Brae course, the front 9 provides the most challenge, including a double dogleg fairway on the 4th hole, said to the toughest par 5 in TN. The back 9 offers three par 3’s, three par 4’s, and three par 5’s with undulating fairways and encroaching sand bunkers. Number 10 is a par 5 that moves down hill to a green overlooking Lake Dartmoor. The Brae is the only course in the area with Zoysia grass fairways.

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Heatherhurst - Crag

421 Stonehenge Drive Crossville, TN 38558

Contact: Jeff Houston

(931) 484-3799 or (931) 707-2158 (Jeff)

  • Rating 68.6
  • Slope 121
  • Yardage 6,171

Who’s up for a 36 hole day? You can do it here with lunch between rounds. Heatherhurst Golf Club offers two beautiful courses, The Crag and the Brae.

The Crag course is more player-friendly with tee locations ranging from the most forward Green tees at 3,600 yards, to the Blue tees at 6,200. Bentgrass tees and greens, wide fairways-great for short hitters, and strategically placed sand bunkers add to the fun. The 17th is the Crag’s signature hole. The teeing areas sit on an overlook that will have you pausing to take in the view. Although the 17th is a short hole, driving accuracy is important. A favorite among our furry and feathered friends, don’t be surprised to see deer and turkey on the Crag course.

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Lake Tansi Golf Course

2476 Dunbar Rd Crossville, TN 38572

Contact: Gavin Darbyshire

(931) 788-3301

  • Rating 71.9
  • Slope 126
  • Yardage 6,701

Enjoy year-round play at our lush 18-hole championship golf course, rated among the Top 10 Golf Courses in Tennessee by Golf Advisor.

Your outstanding golf experience begins with our beautiful park-like setting. The greens are undulating and consistently quick. The course puts a premium on well placed shots and features five sets of tees ranging from 6701 – 4579 yards in length. The layout is player-friendly while also challenging at all levels.

It is our goal to ensure that you have a great time while visiting Lake Tansi Resort, from our meticulously maintained golf course to our friendly and helpful staff.

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222 Fairfield Blvd Crossville, TN 38558

Contact: Jeff Houston

(931) 484-3731 or (931) 707-2158 (Jeff)

  • Rating 71.8
  • Slope 137
  • Yardage 6,549

Stonehenge Golf Club ranks as one of Tennessee’s top courses. It is host to four statewide championships throughout the year; the Senior Open, Women’s Open, Father/Son Championship and the Tennessee Cup Team Matches. Architect Joe Lee took the rolling, wooded Cumberland Plateau and created a beautiful mountain layout with Bentgrass greens, tees and fairways. Now the fun begins! Natural rock outcroppings come into play on several holes, and a stone retaining wall runs along the left and rear of the signature 14th hole, a downhill par 3. Mixed in are 65 bunkers just to make it interesting. After golf, Stonehenge Grille is the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail and delicious food following a memorable day on the course.

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Cumberland Cove Golf Course

16941 Highway 70 N Monterey, TN 38574

Contact: Golf

(931) 839-3313 

  • Rating 71.7
  • Slope 126
  • Yardage 6,675

The 18-hole, par 72 course has four sets of tees. With some blind shots, sand traps and several water hazards, this course is a challenge for the best golfer, yet tame enough for the novice. You will also find a practice green, driving range and a nice pro shop.

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River Run Golf Club

1701 Tennessee Ave Crossville, TN 38555

Contact: Golf

(931) 456-4060

  • Rating 71.7
  • Slope 129
  • Yardage 6,430

Features such as the signature Par 3 island green, and the fact that the course boasts both the longest and shortest holes in Cumberland County, make the Ron Garl-designed River Run a memorable test of golf. Water and tree hazards come into play on almost every hole.

Duer Soccer Complex

Our experienced and friendly staff offers you the service and support you need to make your soccer tournament a success. 

  • 46 Acres for playing
  • Lighted area for 6 regulation size fields
  • 14-18 smaller size fields for small sided games/tournaments/leagues
  • Concessions/field house with restrooms
  • 2 covered shelters
  • Adequate parking
  • Right off I-40

Crossville Shooting Sports Park

Amenities include skeet/trap, sporting clays, pistol/rifle ranges, bunker trap, 5 stand and archery. 

  • Skeet/Trap – 5 Combination Fields
  • Sporting Clays – 2 Courses of 13 Stations Each
  • Bunker Trap Field (Meets Requirements for Olympic Trap) 
  • 3-D Archery Course with 13 Unique Target Locations 
  • 5 Stand Clay Target Range
  • Pistol Range With 5 – 50’ Bays
  • Rifle Range – Various Target Distances Up to 200 Yards, Covered Pavilion and Shooting Benches

Our Other Fabulous Sports Facilities

Fairfield Glade Racquet Center

Contact: William Taylor, Director of Racquet Sports, Head Pro

(931) 484-3758 or (931) 707-2470 (William)

  • 4 Indoor Tennis Courts
  • 4 Outdoor Har-Tru Tennis Courts
  • 4 Indoor Pickleball Courts
  • 8 Outdoor Pickleball Courts

Fairfield Glade Racquet Center is a full-service tennis and pickleball facility. The Racquet Center has 4 indoor tennis courts, 4 outdoor Har-Tru tennis courts, 4 indoor pickleball and 8 outdoor pickleball courts. The Racquet Center has a fully stocked pro shop and offers year-round events for both racquet sports. Lessons and clinics are available by certified pros. Visit the website for the current racquet sports calendar. 

Hiking - Cumberland Trails Conference

Contact: John Conrad

(931) 456-6259 or (978) 604-4968 – John

Monday – Thursday 9 am to 3 pm

  • 30+ Local Hiking Trails
  • Home to the Cumberland Trail and Ozone Falls
  • 5+ Trails within Crossville City Limits
  • 10+ Trails in Fairfield Glade

The outdoor adventures unfold in Crossville with some of the best hikes in Tennessee right  in our backyard. The Tennessee trails in Crossville have unbelievable mountain views, caves, creeks, rivers and multiple waterfalls within the area. There are several hikes from the famous Cumberland Trail with caves and incredible mountain and valley views in the Crossville area. This is just another great reason people love hiking in this special spot of Tennessee. 

Bob Hassan Horseshoe Pavilion

Contact: Doug Farnsworth, Merle South, or JoAnn Stanford,  Tournament Directors

(931) 788-3545 – Doug
(931) 510-5710 – Merle
(931) 243-2648 – JoAnn

  • 12 Clay Pits Under One Roof
  • Nice Facilities
  • Ample Parking

The Crossville Horseshoe Club currently has 18 Courts at their disposal within the city limits.  Twelve of the courts are under roof in the Bob Hassan Horseshoe Pavilion. There is an additional 6 courts located at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds.

The Bob Hassan Horseshoe Pavilion is located on the Turner Complex at Centennial Park, just down from the walking trail from the handicap-accessible playground. The pavilion contains 12 clay horseshoe pits. Local horseshoe pitchers meet each Tuesday and Thursday at noon. The Thursday shoots are sanctioned by the National Horseshoe Pitching Association (NHPA).  

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Centennial Park currently has 2 lighted basketball courts with 4 goals available for use during open park hours. Courts are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. 


Centennial Park currently has 2 sand volleyball courts for use during open park hours. Courts are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. 


Centennial Park currently has 8 lighted pickleball courts available for use during open park hours. Courts can be reserved for $2 per court per hour by clicking here. If courts are not reserved, they are first come, first served.