A visit to Knoxville puts you right in the middle of some of the most beautiful and distinct land in the nation.
The city rests on the banks of the Tennessee River and in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. The beauty and natural resources surrounding Knoxville mean limitless opportunities for fun and adventure. Not only is our land and water beautiful, but you can also enjoy them year-round as Knoxville is in a temperate climate zone. The summers are green and gentle, and the fall is magnificent as the hills light up in brilliant autumn hues. Winters are brief, and spring arrives early with dogwoods, azaleas and beautiful flowers. Visit www.outdoorknoxville.com to start your adventure!
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Knoxville's newest Fly Shop located in West Knoxville near the District in Bearden. Three Rivers Angler was started to celebrate the resources at hand while at the same time fostering a dialogue concerning the region’s past, present, and future. Open 10 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays.
Located in North Knoxville, Adair and Sue Clancy Greenways are a series of loops within Adair Park. The total length of the greenways is 1.1 miles and is used for walking, running, bicycling, and walking dogs. The greenways connect to Adair Park and Adair Creek.
Located in West Knoxville, this greenway is a westward extension of Third Creek Greenway. Many historic markers along the greenway tell the history of Bearden Village. This route is 2.1 miles and is used for walking, running, bicycling, and walking dogs. This greenway connects to Third Creek Greenway, West High School and Bearden Elementary School.
Beverly Park Par 3 is a unique par 3 golf course for all ages. It features 9 holes ranging from 80-260 yards in length, a practice putting green, and is located next to a walking trail. Lessons are also offered to all ages by PGA Pros at competitive rates.
Bike Knoxville continues to set the standard in historic site, bicycle touring; providing educational information, group interaction, knowledgable ride leaders, and lots of fun. Sit back, relax, and leave the planning to us! We work hard to deliver the best bicycle tours in the immediate Knoxville area.
Located in West Knoxville, Cavet Station Greenway connects directly to Ten Mile Creek Greenway and Knox County's Walker Springs Park. This greenway is exactly one mile and is used for walking, running, bicycling, and walking dogs. The greenway connects to the Wal-Mart located on Walker Springs Road.
Located in South Knoxville, the Charter Doyle Greenway is a loop that surrounds a playground and tennis courts along with greenspace in the Charter Doyle Park. The length is 0.4 miles and is used for walking, running, bicycling, and walking dogs. The greenway connects to Charter Doyle Park.
Enjoy Cherokee Country Club's Donald Ross classic links style course. It is Cherokee's goal to promote and elevate the game at Cherokee so that the pursuit of the game by their Members is an important part of their lifestyle and recreational pleasure. Cherokee Country Club offers golf at its finest and is truly a "exceptional golf experience" for all levels of players. Facilities: 18-Hole Donald Ross designed par 70 course with a length of 6,472 yards from the championship tees. Full Service Golf Shop, Practice Area, Short Game Area, and Practice Putting Green.
Chilhowee Park is available for rental and has more than 80 acres of park-like setting, large paved parking lots, and a full-time staff, Chilhowee Park is a complete, year-round exposition center.
Concord Park's Par 3 Golf Course is located in the beautiful park. It features 9 holes ranging from 80-185 yards in length. The course is for all ages. Lessons are also offered to all ages by PGA Pros at competitive rates. Fees are $5 for 9 holes 7 days a week.
Get ready to dig your soft-spikes in and take a few swings at the finest 18 holes in East Tennessee. Dead Horse Lake Golf Club was voted in 2004 East Tennessee's Best Public Golf Course. The par 72 course is truly a treat to play. The rolling landscape ensures that you never know what to expect on the next hole while Dead Horse Lake appears throughout thier 18 holes, keeping you on your toes.Make a date with destiny and book your tee time at Dead Horse Lake Golf Club today!
Fort Loudon Lake is formed by the Holston, French Broad and Little Tennessee rivers and is 55 miles long and 360 miles of shoreline. Loudon, Blount and Knox counties surround Fort Loudon Lake. This lake offers year-round recreation including: boating, fishing, waterskiing, jetskiing, swimming, camping, public parks, public lake access areas and much more.
Located in North Knoxville, Fountain City Greenway loops around Fountain City Park. This greenway is for walking, running, bicycling, and walking dogs and features a beautiful view of a natural spring and a display water fountain. The greenway is 0.3 miles long and connects to Fountain City Park.
Located in South Knoxville, Gary Underwood Greenway is a loop trail goes around the Gary Underwood Park. The length of the loop is 0.8 miles and is used for walking, running, bicycling, and walking dogs. The greenway connects to Gary Underwood Park and the South Knoxville Optimist Club Building.
This old, traditional course features small, undulating greens and tree-lined fairways. Water hazards (ponds) come into play on at least two occasions, and numerous mature trees can affect your shots. Green FeesWeekday - $100.00 (18 holes), $100.00 (9 holes) Weekend - $100.00 (18 holes), $100.00 (9 holes) Dress Code: No Denim, Collared Shirt and Bermuda Shorts RequiredReservations: 7 Days in Advance -- Starting at 8:00
Located in East Knoxville, the Holston River Greenway makes a loop arond a large green open area and is used for walking, running, bicycling, and walking dogs. The length of the greenway is two miles and is connected to the Holston River Park.