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Marble Springs Trails

Birding Wildlife Viewing Trails

HIGHLIGHTS:

1 mile walking trail surrounds the historic homestead, the last home of Tennessee’s first Governor, John Sevier; Features Tennessee Rose Marble deposits, six natural springs, the original two-story pine log house and a few other historic 18th-century buildings that have been transported — the Walker Cabin, a smokehouse and a loom house; ideal for birdwatching and wildlife viewing; offers tours, events and demonstrations, giving visitors a glimpse into late 18th and early 19th-century life

Park Map

Park Information

Location & Contact

South

1220 W. Gov. John Sevier Highway, Knoxville, TN 37920

Marble Springs

865-573-5508

Features & Amenities

Birding, Trail, Wildlife Viewing

Park Size

35.5 acres

Natural Trail: 1.0-mile one-way

Hours of Operation

There is an admission price for touring the farmstead, but trails are open to the public during visitor hours

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Bicycling

Bicycling

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Birding

Birding

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Disc Golf

Disc Golf

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Fishing

Fishing

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Hiking

Hiking

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Paddling

Paddling

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Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

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Running / Walking

Running / Walking

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Skateboarding

Skateboarding

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Wildflowers

Wildflowers

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