Celebrating Eleven Years of Summit Sports Center

Parents seeking a one-of-a-kind place for sports training, tons of fun at special events like birthday parties, open gyms, camps, and parents’ night out — all while giving back to the Nolensville community — should check out Summit Sports Center.

Started by Leslie Brady in 2012, Summit Sports Center is now in its third location in the Mill Creek Brewery building. The current facility, which opened in 2019, features 28,000 square feet of training equipment for gymnastics, tumbling, trampoline, ninja warrior skills, individual soccer training, aerial silks, and more! When not used for training, Summit hosts some of the best special events in town, such as open gyms and themed birthday parties, end-of-season parties for sports teams, school’s-out camps, open gyms, focus clinics, and its famous parents’ night out!

“We have something for almost every child here at Summit from 18 months to 18 years, and we are constantly learning and growing with the industry to improve our training programs, equipment, and special events,” said Lisa Dippold, Summit Sports Center’s operations manager. 

Summit is the only such business in town, with the nearest competitor 30 minutes away in Franklin, and currently serves about 900 students from Nolensville, Franklin, Brentwood, the Stewarts Creek area, and more. 

Competitive teams at Summit are also a big draw. It hosts 70 gymnasts who successfully compete around the region against tough programs, plus 25 competitive trampoline and tumbling athletes. Over the years, its trampoline and tumbling team has claimed state champions and more than a dozen national championships between the two competitive organizations, USA Gymnastics, and the United States Tumbling Association. 

Besides helping kids have fun exercising and competing, Summit Sports Center supports the community in multiple ways. Each year, Summit sponsors the Broken Wheel Festival benefiting Round Up for Nolensville, as well as sponsoring many athletic teams, schools, and silent auctions for fundraising at churches and other organizations in Nolensville. 

Summit Sports Center celebrated 11 years in Nolensville on Oct. 28 with its annual free event, inviting everyone to join in the fun with free open gym, trunk or treat, face painting, bounce houses, and more. The staff looks forward to being a part of the community for years to come!

Website | SummitSportsCenter.com

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