Hiking
Most all the parks around the city and county of Knoxville offer great paved and natural surface trails for walking and short hikes, but if you’re looking for a more robust hike, lace up your boots and head to one of our featured hiking trails.

Check our calendar for upcoming group hikes.

East Lakeshore Trails

East Lakeshore National Recreation Trails HIGHLIGHTS: Scenic linear trail system skirts the eastern shoreline of Tellico Lake; 10 interconnected trails range from 1.2 [...]

Dandridge Partnership Trail

Dandridge Partnership Trail HIGHLIGHTS: Skirting Douglas Lake's natural shoreline, the 1.2 mile trail offers numerous opportunities for swimmers and fishermen to find a [...]

Cumberland Trail System

Cumberland Trail System HIGHLIGHTS: Cutting through 11 Tennessee counties, the Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park follows a line of pristine high [...]

Chuck Swan WMA Trails

Chuck Swan Wildlife Management Area Trails HIGHLIGHTS: Scenic peninsula features miles of gravel roads to explore and 70 miles of shoreline on Norris [...]

Big South Fork NRRA Trails

Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area Trails HIGHLIGHTS: Spread out along the Cumberland Plateau, 450 miles of trail wander through scenic [...]

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 [...]

Carl Cowan Trails

Carl Cowan Trails HIGHLIGHTS: Fort Loudon Lake borders three sides of the park for paddling and fishing opportunities; a series of paved loop [...]

Admiral Farragut Trails

Admiral Farragut Trails HIGHLIGHTS: A 9-hole disc golf course with a mix of wooded and open fairways; nature trails and plenty of shoreline [...]

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