Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System

Tennessee

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System Facts

States: Tennessee
Counties: Rutherford
Length: 8.5 miles
Trail end points: N. Thompson Lane and Salem Pke/SR 99 and also Old Fort Pkwy & Cannonsburgh Pioneer Village
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6032144
Trail activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Fishing, Wheelchair Accessible, Walking

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Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System Description

The Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System comprises 8.5 miles of linear park trails in the Stones River and Lytle Creek areas. The asphalt trails are 12 feet wide and are paved to allow walking, jogging, rollerblading and bicycling.

The greenway system has several trailheads with parking lots: Thompson Lane, Broad Street, General Bragg, Redoubt Brannon, Manson Pike, Fortress Rosecrans and Cannonsburgh. The General Bragg trailhead has one picnic shelter with four tables and a playground. A recent extension takes the trail south to Salem Pke/SR 99, and parking is available at the end of Cason Trail Road.

A 0.25-mile spur connects the Stones River National Battlefield, Artillery Monument, Fortress Rosecrans, Redoubt Brannan and Cannonsburgh Village, with historic wayside signs and exhibits.

Parking and Trail Access

For a list of access points, visit the city of Murfreesboro website or contact the Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Commission at 615-890-5333.

Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System Reviews

Educational ride through tragic Civil War battle of Stones River January 2,3 1863. Don't miss the VI's National PArk BisitorsCenter. Well maintained trim along the river

Our family continues to use this trail on a weekly basis. Many trail heads to utilize. This provides a variety of experiences.

Use to walk the Thompson Lane Trail Head often. Now the trail is so overgrown and out of control, that it is scary for women to walk alone in fear of predators hiding in weeds and bushes. Just is not a safe place anymore.

Accordion

Years ago I use to walk my dog on this trail every day and admire the beauty of the river, What happened? I visited the trail after leaving the area for a few years and I cant even see the river now it is so over grown! I would love to put together a clean up crew/group to revive the view of the river!

The trail run in my backyard on stones river , me my wife and the kids get on the trail several times every week , kids ride their segways or skate boards , we ride our bikes or walk , a lot of nice scneary areas on the river , beautiful flowers , trees , and abundant wild life , we've seen deer , turkey , snakes , fox , oposoms, raccoons , blue hearion crane, ducks , gees , a peacock, rabbits, beavers ....
To see all those animals right in the middle of the city is amazing
The trail is very easy for bike ride to since most of it flat .
You can also fish in stone river , I caught 9 lb bass and a lot of cat fish , canoeing is very nice on stone river , just get mosquitos repellant on hot summer evening .

My husband and I just started cycling two months ago. This is my favorite trail yet. It's not too difficult for someone like me who was woefully out of shape when I started riding regularly (now up to 20+ miles a week). It's absolutely beautiful and provides plenty of much needed shade when it's 95 degrees (like it's been for us). Highly recommended trail.

We had a great experience over two days of hiking and biking. Great trail that is well maintained.

Nice views of the river along the trail bridge, goes through some sketchy parts of town. Stick to the outer left trail when you enter the Old Fort Park White River Battlefield or else you will get confused and possibly lost. (Weird gravel trail at the end of one of the trail extensions.) Needs signs showing main route.

Great trail, some historical items along the way. Not difficult, great for younger riders.

Whether walking or biking, in the spring or fall, this trail is a must visit. There's beautiful scenery, nice terrain, and plenty of great photo opportunities.

http://www.murfreesborotn.gov/default.aspx?ekmenu=126&id=3900

Parts are closed due to the recent tornado damage, but otherwise a very good trail. The facilities appear to be new.

"This is an enjoyable bike route, although it is very difficult to find if you're not from Nasville."

This trail is very nice. You can learn alot about Stones River and the Battle(s) of Murfreesboro too.

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