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Devil’s Racetrack Downhill Creates National Venue

A nationally rated downhill mountain bike trail opened in Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness, furthering Knoxville’s growing reputation as a significant mountain bike destination. Devil’s Racetrack Downhill Trail is a professional designed […]

Baker Creek Preserve Bridge and Trails Open

Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness expanded by 100 acres and five new trails today with the opening of the Red Bud Bridge and north ridge trails at Baker Creek Preserve. The 100-acre […]

Redbud Road Bridge Connects Urban Wilderness

Crews working on the Redbud Bridge Road recently placed the main section over the street to connect Legacy Parks’ new Baker Creek Preserve to the South Loop Trails of Knoxville’s […]

Baker Creek Preserve Announced

The 100-acre property donated to Legacy Parks Foundation by the Wood family in 2013 is quickly transforming into a destination for outdoor adventures. The property at 1516 Taylor Road in […]

Urban Wilderness Wins Mercury Top Knox Award

Readers of the Knoxville Mercury chose our Urban Wilderness as the “Top New Thing in Knoxville” in the Top Knox 2015 poll. According to the Mercury, the award “honors the […]

G&O Rail-with-Trail

Legacy Parks Executive Director Carol Evans recently announced a new three-mile multi-use trail to be built along the G&O Railway in South Knoxville from Chapman Highway to Mead’s Quarry and […]

Legacy Parks Receives REI Community Grant

Knoxville’s REI store awarded $10,000 Community Grants to Legacy Parks Foundation and the Appalachian Mountain Bike Club to build a bridge connecting trails in Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness. The bridge will […]

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