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Parks & Recreation
Boro Beach Outdoor Pool

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.

Summer RecConnection

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.

Guys and Dolls, Jr.  Hummingbird Festival  pool party

New!

Online Registration Portal: 
Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation now offers online registration and payment.  It's a one stop shop for all programs and events. Join the fun!  Search open programs and events.  For more information contact the Main Office at 615-890-5333.


Annual Report
2015 Annual Report
Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department's 2015 Annual Report



 Black Cat Cave Opening

Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Employees Team Up with MTSU Archaeologist Professors and Students to Protect and Study Local Archaeological Cave Site
Native American site discovered, secured at Black Cat Cave
MPRD and MTSU partner on cave site


Kayaks