Parks, Facilities & Activities
International Harvester Park
Located at 4523 Canada Road, this 65-acre park consists of rolling hills, five-acre fishing lake, an events stage, pavilion, picnic facilities, portable restrooms, and running, biking and hiking trails through wooded areas. See Pavilion Rental Agreement (PDF file). A map of walking and biking trails at the I. H. Managerial Park is available. See I.H. Park Trail Map (PDF file).
See "The LAMP" Amphitheater page, LakelandTN.gov/stage.
IH Park is just one of Lakeland's parks:
a full list of parks and facilities can be found here.
For Lakeland Parks & Rec Special Events and more, visit LakelandTN.gov/events.
International Harvester Managerial Clubhouse
Affordable, high-quality rental space in Lakeland, TN. The I.H. Clubhouse, located at 4523 Canada Road in Lakeland, is nestled in the picturesque setting of 65-acre I.H. Park. This facility serves the City of Lakeland through its diverse uses for recreational classes, programs, public and private meetings.
The Clubhouse is also available, by reservation, for private parties and functions. It's perfect for retreats, conferences, business meetings, parties, weddings, or any other gathering. Low rental prices for high-quality rental space! Please contact Lakeland City Hall at 901-867-2717 for viewing appointment or reservation information. Visit IH Clubhouse page (LakelandTN.gov/Clubhouse
) for more information and pictures of the facility.
An activity at IH Clubhouse...
Monthly Lakeland Dance
The Lakeland Dance is from 7 - 10:30 p.m., one Saturday each month, at IH Clubhouse, 4523 Canada Road. Sponsored by the River City Boppers. Open to all ages. Members/guests will enjoy a variety of different music including bop, shag, and west coast swing. Admission is $4 for members and Lakeland residents; $7 for non-members.
Each dance has a food theme and participants bring a food dish to share (check website
for dates and details or this Lakeland calendar link
). Dance lessons available (bop, shag & swing). For more information, contact Jo Reynolds at
Memphis Metro Area
The Memphis park system
includes the Wolf River Greenway
), Overton Park
(near the Memphis zoo), and Shelby Farms Park
, the largest urban park in the U.S. (4,500 acres), which includes the Shelby Farms Greenline, ziplining by Go Ape
, BMX race track
, splash pad, and more! Shelby Farms apps: iTunes
. There is also a ShelbyFit app, which helps users keep track of fitness.
Voted #1 zoo in the country at Trip Advisor.com (2008).
One of only 4 U.S. zoos with panda bears!
Elvis Presley's Graceland
(2nd most toured home in the U.S. - next to the White House!)
World-famous Beale Street
...Memphis is "Home of the Blues and Birthplace of Rock 'n Roll"
World-class dining, info here
Memphis in May World Championship BBQ cooking contest
University of Memphis Tigers basketball
Memphis Grizzlies basketball
Memphis Redbirds baseball
Memphis Riverkings hockey
Children's Museum of Memphis
, including water spray park
Pink Palace Museum, Brooks Art Museum, and Memphis Botanic Garden
Dixon Gallery & Gardens
Bass Pro at the Pyramid
Big River Crossing:
Big River Crossing is the longest public pedestrian bridge across the Mississippi River.
It measures nearly a mile in length and connects Memphis and Arkansas.
The bridge allows cyclists, walkers, and runners to get some great exercise and take in some incredible views of the Mississippi River.
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