Murfreesboro, Tennessee is located about 30 minutes southeast of Nashville in Rutherford County and is home to the designated geographical center of the state. Here you will find a thriving town with a touch of Southern nostalgia and the motto “creating a better quality of life”, which is exactly what you will find.
From the historic downtown main street where the community gathers at the town square for annual events, to the abundance of outdoor activities like the Greenway System that includes 12 miles of paved paths with 11 trailheads, and the Richard Siegle Soccer Complex & community park, there truly is something for everyone.
Murfreesboro is also home to the largest public university in the state, Middle Tennessee State University. With an enrollment of more than 22,000 students, it is the No. 1 producer of graduates for the Greater Nashville economy and the Tennessee Board or Regents system. It is also the top destination for transfer students in Tennessee.
Here, you will find a lifestyle that is suitable for you, whether it’s living in a remote area with land to relax, to getting involved in the community, or always having something to do like spending a Saturday exploring the Greenway. Murfreesboro is the perfect city to live, work and play for all ages.