Green Brook Park

Green Brook Community Park is located on South College Street in Smithville. This park was the result of a Hull-York Lakeland RC&D Measure and was completed in 1979. This park was sponsored by the city of Smithville Tennessee, The DeKalb County Soil Conservation District, and the Business and Professional Womans Club.

Its tranquil setting with running stream and duck pond are the perfect backdrop for the parks walking trails and picnic shelters. There are three covered picnic pavilions with many other picnic tables located throughout the park. In addition the park contains a large children’s playground and amphitheater.

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Green Brook Park

Enterance off South College Street A paved walkway winds around the park and along a stream A large playground with sitting area Ducks enjoy the spring fed pond
What better way to enjoy a fall day See your friends along the walkways A great place to spend family time outdoors Enjoying fall colors in Green Brook Park
Fall colors in the park One of the covered pavilions, great for corporate picnics or large family reunions Inside the large pavilion Fisher Avenue entrance
The covered amphitheater The playground awaits for those who play Entrance to the playground The mid-size pavilion
The smaller pavilion Rustic stone bridges take you across the spring fed streams A monument dedicated to the Civil Conservation Corps Walk along the spring fed stream that winds through the park
Sam Houston Black Walnut tree developed in Smithville, TN The plaque honoring James G Driver who developed this species Words to live by