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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.
South of the Southridge Trailhead, at 104 Player Dr, the greenway uses sections of road to guide users south of Murfreesboro to Barfield Crescent Park which features 7 miles of hiking trails, campsites, disc golf course and a large baseball/softball complex.
There are several parking access points for this trail including at the trail's northern endpoint on N. Thompson Ln., at the Redoubt Brannon Trailhead (1300 W College St), and at both the Cannonsburgh Trailhead (312 S Front St) and near the southern endpoint at 1100 Cason Trail.
See TrailLink Map for all parking options and more detailed directions.
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