Grab your friends, family, and your running shoes for this upcoming event.
On Saturday, August 3rd, Rippin’ Run, a family-friendly 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run will take place at historic Rippavilla Plantation, 5700 Main Street, Spring Hill.
Registration opens at 7 AM and the fee is $40. The 5K starts at 8 AM and 1 Mile Fun Run at 9 AM.
This year marks the fourth annual Rippin’ Run, the family-friendly mud run complete with obstacles and fun for all ages. Spanning a portion of the historic property of Rippavilla Plantation, participants will get to run either a 5K with obstacles and a mudslide or a 1-mile muddy fun run all the while supporting the American Cancer Society and Rippavilla Plantation.
Those wishing to register on August 3rd must print and sign the Hold Harmless Agreement and present it when registering.
Rippin’ Run is presented by Spring Hill Parks & Rec and sponsored by Radiation Oncology – Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center at Maury Regional Spring Hill benefiting Rippavilla Plantation and the American Cancer Society.
Rippavilla Plantation, the stately, 160+-year-old home of Nathaniel F. Cheairs IV. and Susan McKissack Cheairs.
Located in the heart of Spring Hill, Tennessee – just minutes from historic Franklin and downtown Nashville “Music City” – Rippavilla Plantation features a stunning and fully restored 1850s Greek Revival styled mansion, complete with original Cheairs family antiques, heirlooms and Civil War artifacts.
The grounds, which span 98 acres in Maury County, encompass the family and slave cemeteries, Freeman’s Bureau schoolhouse, slave quarters, the Battlefield of Spring Hill (precursor to the famous Battle of Franklin) and the Museum Gift Shop.
Rippavilla Plantation is open daily for guided tours, field trips, and family outings, and is the venue for many popular events.