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Participants in Adventure Camp hike to the at Barfield Park Campground during Adventure Camp along with instructor Nikki Jordan, center with hat. The participants at the week long program experienced rock climbing, kayaking, hiking, zip lines, rope courses and much more. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Shelby Lowe, Jaden Goolsby, Mackenize Lee and Abby Kleiss prepare a tent for an overnight stay at Barfield Park Campground during Adventure Camp. The participants at the week long program experienced rock climbing, kayaking, hiking, zip lines, rope courses and much more. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Nathan Edwards prepares his tent for an overnight stay at Barfield Park Campground during Adventure Camp. The participants at the week long program experienced rock climbing, kayaking, hiking, zip lines, rope courses and much more. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Abby Kleiss eats campfire stew along with her Quesadilla’s before camping overnight at Barfield Park Campground during Adventure Camp. At the left is Andrew Bluerock and David Sims. The participants at the week long program experienced rock climbing, kayaking, hiking, zip lines, rope courses and much more. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. ​​​

Did you know there is a primitive campground in Barfield Park? The 430-acre park that is operated by the Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department has several miles of hiking trails, some of which lead hikers to the top of Marshall Knobs. Another trail leads walkers to the Stones River. 

A fun adventure camp recently took place in Barfield Park that taught children the in's and out's of camping. The experience also included a ropes course, kayaking, zip lines and more. 

Learn more about Barfield Park HERE. 

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