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Parks & Recreation
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Services

The award-winning Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department provides opportunities for safe recreational activities through a network of parks, facilities, and open spaces.

Services target athletics, aquatics, cultural arts, fitness/wellness, and outdoor recreation, all while promoting lifelong play.

Experience the Parks
Whether it’s taking a thrilling ride down a water slide at Boro Beach, exploring historic Cannonsburgh Village, playing a competitive game of tennis at Old Fort Park, hiking along the beautiful Stones River Greenway, or taking advantage of hundreds of other options with Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department, there is a quality experience available to every resident of Murfreesboro.


RecConnection

Program Guide

Rec Connection, the department's quarterly program publication, lists recreation programs and services for your convenience. Download the current Rec Connection and start planning your activities.

Rec Connection is available at these locations in Murfreesboro:

Mission Statement

The Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department has established a mission to plan, organize, implement, and promote a comprehensive delivery system of programs, facilities, and areas which enhance the community's quality of life.

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Downtown in Motion

Each year, the time change throws our early morning and late afternoon routines into distress mode causing little or no daylight time to run or walk. So, here's a reminder that outdoor exercise options are available. "Downtown In Motion," a health initiative of Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation aimed to fight Type 2 Diabetes, provides measured walking routes / maps of the Downtown Square and Historic District.  If you are having trouble fitting your walk in during daylight hours, consider walking downtown at lunch, prior to or after work. 

Permanent signs (maps with measured routes) have been placed at two locations just off the Courthouse Square on the City Plaza, at the corner of West Vine Street and South Church Street, and on the Tennessee Dept. of Health property at the corner of East Burton and North Maple.

Maps are also viewable and available for printing.

Downtown in Motion YouTube video

For more information contact Deborah Paschall, 615-893-2141.



Contact Us
Lanny Goodwin
Director
Email

P.O. Box 748
Murfreesboro, TN 37133

Ph: 615-890-5333
Fx: 615-904-6507

Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

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