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Baker Creek Preserve

Cycling Hiking Playground Running

HIGHLIGHTS:

Within Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness, this 100-acre preserve includes 7.1 miles of hiking and biking trails for beginners to extreme adventure mountain bikers; five of the eight trails are multi-use, two-way trails for hiking and biking and include a virtually flat beginner trail; three dedicated downhill mountain bike trails for more experienced riders; two asphalt pump tracks – one for more advanced riders and one for beginners; five jump and skill lines of varying difficulty levels; users can connect to the 42 mile South Loop Trail System by way of a pedestrian bridge across Redbud Road

Note: The Baker Creek Bike Park is Open. The trail system at Baker Creek Preserve has altered access but remains open. Due to construction for the Knoxville Urban Wilderness Gateway Park Project, parts of the Baker Creek Preserve park are closed and signage and fencing should be obeyed for your safety and the progress of the project.

Trail Map

Connects: Marie Myers Park, Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness

Park Map

Park Information

Location & Contact

South

3700 Lancaster Drive, Knoxville, TN 37920

City of Knoxville Parks website

 3-1-1 or 865-215-4311

Features & Amenities

Trail, Cycling, Hiking, Running, Playground

Park Size

100 acres

Trails

Natural Trail: 7.3 miles

Difficulty: beginner to advanced

Hours of Operation

Open Sunrise to Sunset

Resources

Trail Map

Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness Map

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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