The Halls Greenway connects Halls Community Park with the Halls Library on Emory Road. To the north, it runs .6 mile along Beaver Creek and crosses some unusual wetland areas with access to nature trails and an overlook. Southbound from the park, it continues .3 mile to Summer Oak Lane. Parking is available at Halls Community Park, 6983 Recreation Lane, and at the trailhead at 4518 Emory Road.
Sterchi Hills Greenwaycovers 2.2 miles and connects the Knox County/AYSO Soccer Complex to Tommy Schumpert Park, 6400 Fountain City Road, and Sterchi Park, 1145 Dry Pike. Parking is available at both parks.
The Beverly Loop is a .6 mile paved trail. Parking is available at Beverly Park Par 3 Golf Course, 5311 Beverly Park Circle.
New Harvest Loop is .25 mile paved trail that encircles the park. Located at 4775 New Harvest Lane, parking is also available.
is a 500-acre natural area located in Knox County approximately eight miles from Knoxville. It is cooperatively managed under a lease agreement with the State by Knox County of Parks and Recreation. The 2,100-foot crest of House Mountain provides significant vistas where visitors can see the Unakas and Cumberlands some 30 miles away, and to the northeast, Clinch Mountain and across the valley where the Trail of the Lonesome Pine may some day lead north into Virginia. House mountain has four miles of natural surface trails, from easy .03/mile loops to more demanding hikes that can total nearly 5 miles (with backtracking from the trail’s end.) The parking area also features a picnic shelter and restroom.
From Knoxville, take I-40 East. Exit on U.S. Highway 11W (Rutledge Pike) and go north and east on Rutledge Pike. After about 10 miles, look for the “House Mountain State Park” sign on the right side of the highway and then turn left on Idumea Road. Turn left on Hogskin Road. The entrance is less than a mile on the right. For more information, please visit http://www.knoxcounty.org/parks/pdfs/housemtn.pdf
The Mascot Park Loop is a .2 mile paved trail around the perimeter of Mascot Park, 1909 Number Two Drive. Parking is available along the road by the shelter.
Seven Islands Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife sanctuary encompassing 360 acres with over 6 miles of trails, both paved and natural surfaces. The Refuge is located at 2809 Kelly Lane and has several parking areas. Click here for more information.
The half-mile Howard Pinkston Greenway begins at French Memorial Park, 7752 Martin Mill Pike, and connects the park to the Howard Pinkston branch library, and Bonny Kate Elementary School. Parking is available at the park and the school.
I.C. King Park
has over 5 miles of natural trails for hiking and mountain biking. Parking is available at the park entrance at 3440 Alcoa Highway.
Carl Cowan Loop is a .25 mile paved trail encircling the park located at 10058 Northshore Drive. Parking is available.
Concord Park (Bike trails)Park contains 8 miles of natural surface mountain bike trails. Parking is available at 11901 Northshore Drive, behind the golf course. Trail Map
The Concord Cove Loop , at 11808 Northshore Drive, is .75 mile and circles the park. Parking is available.
The Parkey Strader Loop at Concord Park, 10901 Northshore Drive, the, is a .25 mile paved trail surrounding the soccer field. Parking is available.
The Ball Camp Loop begins in Nicholas Ball Park, 8728 Ball Camp Pike. The trail surrounds the soccer field and is just under .5 mile. Parking is available.
At Melton Hill Park, 3230 Williams Bend, 3 miles of natural surface trails meander through the park. Parking is available.
The Pellissippi Greenway runs south from Pellissippi State Community College along Pellissippi Parkway for one mile to Carmichael Road. Parking is available at the entrance of the college, 10915 Hardin Valley Road.
The Powell Greenway is a 1.7 mile trail connecting Powell High School, 2136 West Emory Road, with Powell Middle School, 3329 West Emory Road, by a paved pedestrian path. Parking is available at both schools.
The Ten Mile Creek Greenway begins at Knox County's Walker Springs Park, 700 Kidder Lane, where a .3 mile trail leads to Ten Mile Creek. From there, a .7 mile trail continues east to Gallaher View Road where it connects to the city’s Cavet Station Greenway. Westbound, the .9 mile paved trail leads to Bridgewater Road and continues to the I-40 underpass where it connects again to a city greenway that ends at Peters Road. Parking is available at Walker Springs Park and at the trail head on Peters Road.
The Sarah Moore Greene Loop encircles the block containing Sarah Moore Greene Magnet Technology Academy at 3001 Brooks Avenue. The full loop, including sidewalks, measures .6 mile. The trail incorporates a 1/8 mile track and has access to the school’s playground and native garden.