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2 fishing piers and a small pond stocked with a variety of fish species; a...

10.6 miles of trails descending through a wooded valley into the Forks of the River...

Five multi-use, two-way trails and three designated mountain bike downhill trails for more experienced riders,...

An expansion of the Third Creek Greenway, this section connects West High School, the Bearden...

Connects Kingston City Park to Fort Southwest Point Park skirting Watts Bar Lake and provides...

Over 15 miles of trails wind along the park’s ridges and hollows, over old roadbeds,...

450 miles of trail wander through scenic gorges and sandstone bluffs, rich with natural and...

Located in Oak Ridge, about 30 minutes from downtown Knoxville; 2.6 miles of trails and...

Stretches from Gallaher View Road and East Walker Springs Road to the intersection of Mars...

2.5 mile loop traverses a wooded city greenbelt and links Cedar Hill Park, historic central...

Paved greenway winds around the play areas, tennis courts and lush open fields; Playground, picnic...

Scenic peninsula features miles of gravel roads to explore and 70 miles of shoreline on...

Surrounded by the Fort Loudoun Lake, this large linear park has 4 separate entrances; the...

A beautiful mountain valley setting on the eastern edge of the Cumberland Plateau; the 210...

Historical location of the Elza Gate, a former entry point to the Secret City back...

3.1 miles parallels Emory Valley Road in Oak Ridge, runs through a natural area along...

Located off Winona Street in Caswell Park; half mile greenway is planned to eventually connect...

Located between Glenwood Avenue and Broadway with a connector from Woodland Avenue to Larry Cox...

Passive neighborhood park runs alongside First Creek with plenty of open space. Connects: First Creek...

Within Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness; diverse terrain comprised of hardwood forests, hedgerows, and old fields –...

Within Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness; one of the best-preserved earthen forts from the Civil War era;...

Within Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness; Fort Dickerson Park features 4 miles of natural trail wind through...

Within Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness, this site features one of the best-preserved earthen forts from the...

A playground, exercise yard and walking trail circumvents the park; adjacent to the Howard Pinkston...

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