Once complete, the extension adds almost five miles to the concrete walkway between the Cason Lane trail head and Barfield Park.
The annual Barfield Bash and Haunted Hay Ride is Friday and Saturday night. The annual event takes place in Barfield Park.
UPDATE: Barfield Baptist Church is growing. Land has been purchased for a new building directly across from Barfield Park on Veterans Parkway. Pastor Ron Byers stated...
The City of Murfreesboro Parks & Recreation Department will hold a public input meeting regarding existing and future facilities and programs of the Parks and Recreation Department.
A Beach Party was held in Murfreesboro's Barfield Park on May 11th. You are likely questioning our reporting abilities while trying to figure out how a beach party was held in Murfreesboro...
Melinda Tate with the Murfreesboro Parks and Rec. Department said that we will have to wait just a little longer for the trail to connect with Barfield Park...
The Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department invites the public to an open house to discuss the proposed West Park on a 123-acre parcel of land bordered by Blackman Road, Burnt Knob Road, Veterans Parkway, and I-840 in the Blackman area known as the McDonald Farm property.
The City of Murfreesboro has officially purchased land for a future Blackman area city park. Mayor Shane McFarland stated...
The Gladys Blanton Park renovation project was funded under an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC). The newly renovated park, on 1.4 acres in Franklin Heights, includes play features, landscaping and a small walking trail.
City Parks & Recreation administrators will gather to dedicate Gladys Blanton Park, named after the retired school crossing guard who served the community for 45 years.
LA VERGNE - Lake Forest Park is an empty field on top of a quiet hill in the middle of the biggest subdivision in the state. This will change after the first week of June as the city of La Vergne keeps a promise made decades ago to local residents to build a playground.
The Tennessee Firearms Association today expressed disappointment in Governor Haslam's continuing anti-Second Amendment rhetoric regarding the upcoming guns-in-parks bill pending in the Tennessee Legislature.
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