Biking

Knoxville offers over 160 miles of greenways and trails and has become a mountain biking destination over the past decade. The varied terrain and lush open spaces offers a wide variety of biking opportunities for families and recreational cyclists seeking relatively flat paved greenways, for road cyclists seeking longer routes and strenuous climbs, and for mountain bikers seeking  challenging technical trails.

Join one of the local clubs or shops weekly rides.

Melton Hill Park Trails

Melton Hill Park Trails HIGHLIGHTS: Water access to the Clinch River with two boat ramps, fishing pier, sandy beach and swimming area; volleyball, [...]

Concord Park Trails

Concord Park Trails HIGHLIGHTS: Surrounded by the Fort Loudoun Lake, this large linear park has four separate entrances and offers many activities including [...]

Sequoyah Hills Trails

Sequoyah Hills Trails > HIGHLIGHTS: Divided into three sections, each with its own parking, the sprawling park features three sport fields, wide open [...]

William Hastie Natural Area

William Hastie Natural Area HIGHLIGHTS: Within Knoxville's Urban Wilderness, 6.3 miles of trail weave through heavily forested property and range from easy to [...]

Marie Myers Trails

Marie Myers Trails HIGHLIGHTS: Within Knoxville's Urban Wilderness, trail users can connect to this park via the Red Bud Crest trail at Baker [...]

Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness

Knoxville's Urban Wilderness HIGHLIGHTS: Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness is a spectacular outdoor adventure area where you can hike, bike, climb, paddle, or just wander [...]

Ijams Nature Center

Ijams Nature Center and Quarry Trails HIGHLIGHTS: Within Knoxville's Urban Wilderness, this 315-acre wildlife sanctuary features gently sloping woodlands that houses an array [...]

I.C. King Trails

I.C. King Trails HIGHLIGHTS: 8.25 miles of trails skirt along the shoreline of Knob Creek and loop the park, winding through heavily forested [...]

Fort Dickerson Trails

Fort Dickerson Trails HIGHLIGHTS: Within Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness, this site features one of the best-preserved earthen forts from the Civil War era; an [...]

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