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Conveniently located just 5 miles south of historic downtown Franklin in Williamson Co. TN. Redwing Meadows is a vibrant and safe place to live, with regular community events, an active HOA, and numerous amenities, such as a swimming pool, tennis courts, a basketball court, a baseball field, 2+ miles of wooded trails, private kayak ramp access to the Harpeth river, as well as 40+ acres of common grounds & wilderness.

Pool

The pool typically opens Memorial Day Weekend.

In order to gain access a key is required which you can get from the HOA. Guests MUST have a Redwing homeowner with them to be at the swimming pool or use other common areas. Please do your part to help us keep the pool clean and safe. Discussing the rules with your family will help.
Rules:
-Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult or guardian. There is no lifeguard on duty.
-Clean up your area before you leave
-Pool hours are from 9 am to 9 pm
-No Glass in pool area
-No climbing the fence.
-Chairs/tables are not to be taken outside the fence.
If you see someone throwing things in the pool, breaking lights or other vandalism , please call and report to the sheriff’s office at 790-5550.

Wifi access for poolside browsing. Contact the board for login information.

Trails

For those of you new to Redwing Meadows, our trail system is one of the best in the area… meandering through old growth forests, secluded fields, along two scenic waterways (Harpeth River and 5 Mile Creek). No motorized vehicles are allowed, but the trail is ideal for hikers, runners, pets on leash & cyclists.

The moderate section begins at the pool and then on to the tennis courts, ball field, under the Ascot bridge, along Five Mile and the Harpeth to the gravel pumphouse road. The challenging section runs from an incline at the pumphouse going south along I-65 to the pool.

Please keep those dogs on a leash

Some dogs do great off leash…that is until they encounter strangers or other dogs. Definitely get your fur babies out for some fresh air, but please keep your dog on a leash, even on trails & common areas.  Thanks!