Rain showers didn’t stop Ashlynn West from getting into a kayak and paddle the waters of the Stones River at the Manson Pike Trailhead on the final day of Murfreesboro Parks and Rec.’s Fall Break Fun Week Friday afternoon. In the background is Nicholas Barrett and Courtney and Tylar West. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Nikki Jordan and Rachel Singer from the Wilderness Station assist some kayakers as they came back to shore at the Manson Pike Trailhead after paddling on the Stones River on the final day of Murfreesboro Parks and Rec.’s Fall Break Fun Week Friday afternoon. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Tyler Hudson gets a quick lesson on how to use the paddles from Murfreesboro Parks and Rec.’s Rachel Singer before he took the waters of the Stone’s River at the Manson Pike Trailhead Friday afternoon on the final day Fall Break Fun Week. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Taylor Nickerson gets a push from Nikki Jordan as she takes to the waters of the Stone’s River Friday afternoon at the Manson Pike Trailhead as it was the final day of Murfreesboro Parks and Rec.’s Fall Break Fun Week. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.

Fall Break Fun Week

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Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. Dept. Fall Break Fun Week was a week of activities for kids out on Fall Break from area schools as well anyone else in the community that wanted to participate in activities that the Wilderness Station had to offer.

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Nature walks and games, roasting hot dogs and marshmallows around a campfire started the week off. As the week progressed, participants learn about several different species of Tennessee wildlife, took a hike on the parks paved trail at Barfield Park and learn how to create several different camp fire crafts.

The final day was an opportunity to kayak on the Stones River. Rain showers didn't stop the activity as several brave souls took to the water Friday afternoon.

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