2227 Old Fort Parkway
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Phone: (615) 896-2420
Fax: (615) 896-8738
2227 Old Fort Parkway, Murfreesboro, TN, US, 37129
- Phone: (615) 896-2420
- Fax: (615) 896-8738
At this family fun center called Go USA Fun Park, you can rev your engines and take the corners in a super-fast go-cart or slow things down on the 18-hole miniature golf course. If you are in the mood for something more challenging, send a few balls sailing on the driving range. The video arcade boasts the newest and best video games and simulators. Wannabe baseball hall of famers can stand at the plate and try hit it out of the park.
This 36 lane family entertainment center features 24 lanes in the upstairs level and 12 lanes in the downstairs level. A sports grill and banquet and conference rooms are also on site. League bowling is available, in both competitive and fun leagues.
Nestled along the scenic Stones River, this championship 18 hole golf course includes a fully stocked pro shop, a spacious conference room, and a spacious snack bar area with a big screen TV.
This exciting nine hole course is fun to play and affordable. Special junior and senior green fees are offered.
Old Fort features a challenging par 72 course, a state of the art clubhouse and a knowledgable staff.
Established in the 2001, Nashville Superspeedway is a 1.33-mile, tri-oval concrete speedway. If the venue name doesn't ring a bell then maybe this will—the Indy Racing League, NASCAR Craftsman Trucks and two NASCAR Busch Series are held here annually. With a seating capacity of more than 150,000, there are talks of this place becoming the venue for the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Race. So go ahead and book your tickets, either online or by phone.
What was once family-owned farmland, is now a family-run 18-hole public golf course. Reservations may be made seven days in advance.
Crossroads Ranch is situated on more than 75 acres of beautiful landscape just south of Nashville in the Nolensville, Tennessee area. The ranch offers top quality riding lessons in a variety of lengths all based on the value of learning how to relate with horses based on the principals of trust, respect, unity and expectations. Crossroads includes miles of scenic riding trails, five primitive campsites, round pens, holding pens, and a confidence course. In addition to offering lessons, Crossroads also provides a quality boarding option for horses in the Middle Tennessee area.
About 30 miles east of Nashville sits a park of biblical proportions. This state recreation area is named after the biblical description of Lebanon and its enormous cedar trees. Here in Cedars of Lebanon State Park you'll find an Olympic-size swimming pool and four wilderness trails perfect for hiking. If you'd prefer to do something more relaxing, you can retreat to a quiet meadow with a blanket and basket and enjoy a picnic lunch.
About 20 miles southeast of Nashville lies Long Hunter State Park, one of the area's most popular parks. If you are a true nature lover or a scientist, you will marvel at the rich bio-diversity and a chance to see rare plants and animals. Enjoy a day hiking one of nineteen trails or try your hand at catching the "big one" on Percy Priest Lake. After the sun goes down, enjoy spending the evening under the stars at one of the wooded campsites. The park also plays host to the Annual Tennessee State PowWow & Fall Festival. This park is open daily from 7 a.m. onwards.
This spectacular 18-hole course offers beautiful views and a challenging game.