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Knox County Water Trail wins Orchid Award

Keep Knoxville Beautiful Orchid Award

We are honored to be a part of the Knox County Water Trail to receive a 2024 Keep Knoxville Beautiful Orchid Award. Many hands have gone into cleaning up and […]

Collier Preserve Opens

Legacy Parks Foundation cut the ribbon to open Collier Preserve, a 12-acre park located in Powell. The project was funded by a grant from the State of Tennessee Recreational Trails […]

Work on Collier Preserve Continues

Progress continues to create Collier Preserve, a 12-acre natural area on Beaver Creek.  An ADA walking trail has been installed along with a nature path along the creek, beautiful benches to […]

Work on Collier Preserve is underway

We’ve kicked off the low-impact work of creating Collier Preserve –  a 12-acre nature park in Powell. The property was donated to Legacy Parks in 2017 by Dr. Bob and Louise […]

Legacy Parks receives gift of 14-acres

Legacy Parks received a donation of beautifully forested land from Arvin and Sabra Brown of Powell, protecting 14-acres of green space off Emory Road with access to Beaver Creek. The land will be […]

More Funding for Access to Beaver Creek

At the grand opening of the Powell High Landing, Randy Burleson of Aubrey’s Restaurants presented a check for $10,000 to help fund another boat dock on Beaver Creek! This contribution advances the Beaver […]

Powell High Landing Opens

Legacy Parks officially opened the adaptive, all-access dock on Beaver Creek behind Powell High School. This permanent boat launch will allow public non-motorized access to the creek for paddling recreation. […]

Powell High Landing Construction Kicks Off

Construction on the adaptive dock on Beaver Creek behind Powell High School is now underway. This permanent boat launch will allow public non-motorized access to the creek for paddling recreation. […]

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