Barfield Wilderness Loop Trail is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Murfreesboro, TN that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Nice, family place.
Favorite trail in the Murfreesboro area - great hills! It's a beautiful little get away in the city and good for kids.
Good trail. Starts out as asphalt then when it first approaches the river (was dried up besides a couple of spots) turns into an actual dirt trail. Also, was a little congested at first then once got past the asphalt we just pasted a few people on the trail.
Nice easy trail to hike, convenient loop. Was passed by several incoming trail runners.
Great hike! Loved it!
Nice hike. Pay attention trail marks are easy to follow.
Love the nature trails here.
Not a bad trail; very slick and muddy after big rains when you get off paced portion. Starting Marshall Knob Loop to the right from the wilderness station, first portion is paved. Hike gets much more interesting with trails through forest on second half. Would return to do Marshall Knob together with loops starting to left of station.
love this trail. my kids and dog love it too
The trail is well mart and beautiful trails.
Nice trail good place to try out your pack.
Great hike for kids!!
Fun loop put on full pack to get a feel prior to larger hike. Good shake down trail throws different grades at to. Hitting all the side trails yields about 5.5 miles.
Located in Barfield Crescent Park there is an asphalt trail that is 1 mile to the campground and 1 mile back and is suitable for all ages and strollers. However, the dirt trail is not. I hike this trail often for exercise and I would say it should have a moderate rating since there are hills, roots, and rocks.The main trail, Back Country Trail, starts behind the Wilderness Station and is around 1 mile to the river and 1 mile back with two separate paths, The Rocky Path and Valley View Path, that veer off the main trail to add 1 mile each to your hike. There are signs to guide you. The view of the Stones River is pretty and the terrain along it is very rocky. Bring your camera for great picture taking and wear clothing to prevent getting poison ivy.
Good. Hiked the whole thing, river view is the place to go.