Graham Monopoly

Mayor Rick Graham holds up the custom Monopoly board set during Monday night's city meeting.

The city of Spring Hill now has its own Monopoly game board set, with Mayor Rick Graham proudly displaying the custom board game at Monday night's city meeting.

"You know you've hit big time when Spring Hill has your own Monopoly game," Graham said. "You can buy these at one of your local big boxes, but [it's] got Harvey Park, Port Royal, Farmer's Market... I thought that was interesting."

Featuring spaces like "Pickin' in the Park," "Spring Hill Bark Park" and of course, "Rippavilla Plantation," the board even swaps the typical "Go to Jail" spaces with "Traffic Jam" spaces.

"While it's impossible to include everything, we jammed all the Spring Hill we could into this box," reads the back of the Monopoly box. "It's full of outdoor adventures, family attractions, rich history, and of course... Rippavilla Plantation - a little something for everyone!"

Spring Hill-Opoly is available at the Walmart on Main Street for $13.

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