- TripBuzz found 140 things to do with kids in or near Smyrna, Tennessee, including 131 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Nashville, Franklin, Murfreesboro and Brentwood.
- From Smyrna Bowling Center to Walden Pumpkin Farm, the Smyrna area offers 65 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Farms & Ranches.
- Located in central Tennessee is the quiet residential community of Smyrna. Rated one of America's Best Places to Retire by U.S. News & World Report in 2007, the city has much to offer both residents and visitors to the area. It's most popular attractions are outdoors, with its system of beautiful local parks, golf, walking trails and water park.
Four separate sections compose the Long Hunter State Park which is spread over 2,600 acres and includes the Sellar Farm State Archaeological Area. Many recreational activities are permitted in the area, including fishing, hiking, camping, and boating.
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3501 Old Nashville Highway, Murfreesboro, TN 37129 MoreLess Info
The site of one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Civil War, the Stones River National Battlefield, is dedicated to the 81,000 soldiers who fought here for control of middle Tennessee. The on-site museum manages a large collection of memorabilia and exhibits.
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2615 Medical Center Pkwy, Suite 430, Murfreesboro, TN 37129 MoreLess Info
Murfreesboro's Painting with a Twist is a gallery where guests can drink wine with friends while creating their own works of art under the instruction of an experienced professional artist.
Close to the General Bragg Trailhead, the Murfreesboro Bark Park welcomes all canines and their owners with two separate areas for large breeds and smaller dogs. The play areas as fenced in so that dogs can run free, and water is available during the warmer months.
With separate areas for large and small dogs and a separate leashed dog area, Murfreesboro Dog Park is accommodating to all different breeds. It has a grassy running area and a path to the river for water-loving dogs.