Around Town Fun in the Fall

Our Favorite Picks in and Around Murfreesboro You Will Want to Visit

TN Golf Station
Come for the golf and stay for everything else that surrounds it when you enter TN Golf Station, or vice versa. Located at 1276 NW Broad Street, Owner John Paul has created as family-like an atmosphere as you will find around golf. “Everyone knows your name,” Paul, better known as JP, says after a couple of regular visits from new customers. A big reason for that is not only their affordable indoor golf simulators, but also their restaurant and bar area, including live music on Friday nights, event spaces for birthdays or corporate events, and an indoor bay space that includes 30 different games that will surely entertain your children for a full stay. For the golf enthusiast, TN Golf Station sells clubs, balls, and hats, offers professional lessons, and will show you the analytics of your golf swing for those looking to improve.

Fountains at Gateway
Fountains at Gateway has quickly become a staple in Murfreesboro since arriving on the scene a little more than five years ago. The 31 acres on site include Class A office space, retail, and entertainment as developed by Scott Graby on Medical Center Parkway. Eateries include Burger Republic, Edible Arrangements, Goodness Gracious, Just Love Coffee, Love Thai Sushi, Nothing Bundt Cakes, The Soda Bar, Steakhouse Five, PennePazze, and the newly announced Five Daughters Bakery, all of which surround a splash pad and water fountains that any parent will have trouble pulling their kids away from. This fall, the entertainment lineup is unmatched, with movies playing every Saturday night through the end of October, and live music every Friday night before a Christmas special rounds out the season. What excites everyone the most though, is the ice-skating rink that opens the weekend before Thanksgiving that doesn’t close up shop until February. There is no shortage of fall entertainment at Fountains, trust us.

Lucky Ladd Farms
Is it really Fall yet if you haven’t visited a local pumpkin patch with friends and family? Well, when you convince your husband to miss a little bit of football on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, check out Lucky Ladd Farms in Eagleville. Their festival runs from September 16 through October 29 and features 50+ fun attractions for all ages to enjoy including a corn maze, pumpkin picking, and Tennessee’s largest petting zoo. 

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