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Explore the great outdoors with fitness adventurer Missy Kane!

We’ll hike, bike, paddle, discover new places, socialize with fun folks, have fun and get fit! The monthly outings are perfect for both new adventurers and seasoned outdoor enthusiasts. And we’ll have some special evening events and an overnight trip or two.

Everyone is welcome! The adventures are free for Friends of Legacy Parks and $10 per event for non-friends.

Led by Olympian and fitness enthusiast Missy Kane, the series offers:

  • A Friday morning adventure every month – hike, bike, paddle and explore!
  • The “Off the Beaten Path” Challenge – explore Missy’s recommended hikes on your own. Explore all 10 and earn a patch!
  • Special events, including a Fit & Fun Adventure Night at the Knoxville Adventure Collective in March and a LeMond E-Bike Demo Night in April.
  • An out-of-town adventure in the fall for participants who are also Friends of Legacy Parks.

$10 per adventure

  • Boats and bikes provided as available
  • Sign up for 4 adventures and receive a team tee shirt
  • Sign up for 8 adventures and receive a team tee shirt and water bottle
  • Each outing will be limited to 30 adventurers

Adventure Calendar

South Knox Pub Crawl

Date: November 11
We will enjoy a more urban hike in South Knoxville and make a few stops at local breweries for refreshment.
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Holiday Lights Hike

Date: December 9
Join the group as we hike a downtown loop to marvel at the many holiday decorations filling the streets.
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Outdoor Knoxville Initiative

Legacy Parks’ Outdoor Knoxville initiative has a goal of making Knoxville’s incredible natural and recreation assets an economic driver for our region.

The initiative includes:

  • Transforming a city building into the Outdoor Knoxville Adventure Center, a destination where residents and visitor can get gear and learn how to recreate in the region
  • Creating and operating OutdoorKnoxville.com, a comprehensive website with events, activities, organizations, products, and other information, making it easy for anyone to get out and play
  • Assisting organizations and groups – both local and national – produce outdoor events; and educating and advocating for more outdoor recreational opportunities.