Springhill is home to one of the largest outdoor arenas in Louisiana. The annual PRCA Rodeo is held here in late September, when cowboys and cowgirls from the region and across the nation come to compete in a variety of events on the finest rodeo stock on the circuit.
SPRINGHILL COUNTRY CLUB
This semi-private club is nestled in the beautiful woods of North Webster Parish on Highway 371 in Cullen, Louisiana. Monthly memberships and cart rentals are available, and non-member green fees are charged Tuesday through Friday. The club also features a swimming pool, tennis courts, and a playground area for children. The club house includes a bar and grill as well as a ballroom for special occasion rental. For more information, call 318-994-3134.
The Spring Theatre, located in the historic district of downtown Springhill, boasts the largest movie screen in Louisiana, with the exception of IMAX at SciPort in Shreveport, LA. The Spring Theatre, previously closed for many years, is now open and screening great movies for the entire family. The theatre shows first-run movies each night, beginning at 7:30 pm. 3-D projection is also now available. Regular admission prices are $9 adults, $8 for children ages 2 through 9, and all patrons 50 and over receive special admission of only $5.00 on Monday nights. Discount night the admission price is $6.00 for all ages.
Muddy Bottoms ATV & Recreation Park was created to provide citizens of all ages from the surrounding community with a recreational escape not far from where they live and work. With a very scenic piece of property, extensive research, and vision, arguably the finest ATV and recreation park in the country was built to offer the perfect outdoor experience. Whether you are looking for the full outdoor experience of pitching tents, building campfires, and riding through mud, or you want to enjoy all that he outdoors has to offer before washing off and relaxing in a bed, Muddy Bottoms has it all. With 5,000 acres, there are plenty of trails, bogs, and tracks to keep you occupied all weekend long. For more information, including details about events, visit www.muddybottomsatv.com.
MACK MEMORIAL LIBRARY
This library offers excellent facilities for research and recreational reading. It is part of the Webster Parish Library System, which provides access to inter-library loans and information from libraries across the state. Patrons also have access to the internet as well as many other services. Each summer, the library offers a wonderful children’s reading program that provides hands-on craft time, storytellers, and special visitors from all over the area to encourage children to read and learn about different animals, countries, and cultures.
Frank Anthony Park, Springhill’s newest park, offers full RV hookups along with an air-conditioned Community Activities Center, with fully-equipped kitchen and restrooms available for RVers and for community events such as school functions and family reunions. The Community Activities Center houses what we call the “Piney Woods Palace”. The CAC building as well as the Springhill Civic Center make great venues for special events. For more information please call 318-539-5681.
- Krewe of Artemis-Springhill (Lions club)
- Krewe of Nemesis-Webster (Rotary Club)
- Women Helping Others (W.H.O.) (Springhill Art League)
- NWHS Quarterback Club (American Legion)
- Springhill Rodeo Association
- Sarepta Festival Committee
The local Mardi Gras Krewes focus to promote Springhill and the surrounding communities, and they do so by purchasing local and volunteering at many events. Membership is always open. Membership forms are available at the Chamber of Commerce.
The many organizations in our communities provide opportunities to render services to the people of the area while giving members the satisfaction of being part of their communities.