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Knoxville City Greenways

30 mi
State: TN
Asphalt

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

5 mi
State: NC
Asphalt, Gravel

Maryville-Alcoa Greenway

9 mi
State: TN
Asphalt

Nantahala Bikeway

1.2 mi
State: NC
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Holston River Greenway is one of many in Knoxville's greenway system scattered throughout the city. This 2-mile greenway is in Holston River Park and traverses through oak and beech forest, crossing ...
TN 2 mi Asphalt
The city of Knoxville has an extensive and growing system of greenways, including the Holston River Greeway. The greenways follow natural water courses, traverse open spaces and parklands, and link neighborhoods ...
TN 30 mi Asphalt
The Little Tennessee River Greenway follows the Little Tennessee River and a tributary, Cartoogechaye Creek. There are plans to extend the greenway from Suli Marsh, at Arthur Drake Road to Lake Emory, ...
NC 5 mi Asphalt, Gravel
The 9-mile Maryville-Alcoa Greenway connects Springbrook Park in Alcoa with the Bicentennial Greenbelt and Sandy Springs Park in Maryville. The greenway starts near the swimming pool in Alcoa's Springbrook ...
TN 9 mi Asphalt
The 1.2-mile Nantahala Bikeway extends from the Nantahala Outdoor Center to the Nantahala Gorge raft launch site in the Nantahala National Forest. A half-mile of the trail follows an abandoned spur of ...
NC 1.2 mi Asphalt

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Holston River Greenway (Holston River Park)

TN - 2 miles

The Holston River Greenway is one of many in Knoxville's greenway system scattered throughout the city. This 2-mile greenway is in Holston River Park and traverses through oak and beech forest, crossing ...

Knoxville City Greenways

TN - 30 miles

The city of Knoxville has an extensive and growing system of greenways, including the Holston River Greeway. The greenways follow natural water courses, traverse open spaces and parklands, and link neighborhoods ...

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

NC - 5 miles

The Little Tennessee River Greenway follows the Little Tennessee River and a tributary, Cartoogechaye Creek. There are plans to extend the greenway from Suli Marsh, at Arthur Drake Road to Lake Emory, ...

Maryville-Alcoa Greenway

TN - 9 miles

The 9-mile Maryville-Alcoa Greenway connects Springbrook Park in Alcoa with the Bicentennial Greenbelt and Sandy Springs Park in Maryville. The greenway starts near the swimming pool in Alcoa's Springbrook ...

Accordion

Maryville-Alcoa Greenway

TN - 9 miles

The 9-mile Maryville-Alcoa Greenway connects Springbrook Park in Alcoa with the Bicentennial Greenbelt and Sandy Springs Park in Maryville. The greenway starts near the swimming pool in Alcoa's Springbrook ...

Nantahala Bikeway

NC - 1.2 miles

The 1.2-mile Nantahala Bikeway extends from the Nantahala Outdoor Center to the Nantahala Gorge raft launch site in the Nantahala National Forest. A half-mile of the trail follows an abandoned spur of ...

Holston River Greenway (Holston River Park)

TN - 2 miles

The Holston River Greenway is one of many in Knoxville's greenway system scattered throughout the city. This 2-mile greenway is in Holston River Park and traverses through oak and beech forest, crossing ...

Knoxville City Greenways

TN - 30 miles

The city of Knoxville has an extensive and growing system of greenways, including the Holston River Greeway. The greenways follow natural water courses, traverse open spaces and parklands, and link neighborhoods ...

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

NC - 5 miles

The Little Tennessee River Greenway follows the Little Tennessee River and a tributary, Cartoogechaye Creek. There are plans to extend the greenway from Suli Marsh, at Arthur Drake Road to Lake Emory, ...

Maryville-Alcoa Greenway

TN - 9 miles

The 9-mile Maryville-Alcoa Greenway connects Springbrook Park in Alcoa with the Bicentennial Greenbelt and Sandy Springs Park in Maryville. The greenway starts near the swimming pool in Alcoa's Springbrook ...

Accordion

Maryville-Alcoa Greenway

TN - 9 miles

The 9-mile Maryville-Alcoa Greenway connects Springbrook Park in Alcoa with the Bicentennial Greenbelt and Sandy Springs Park in Maryville. The greenway starts near the swimming pool in Alcoa's Springbrook ...

Nantahala Bikeway

NC - 1.2 miles

The 1.2-mile Nantahala Bikeway extends from the Nantahala Outdoor Center to the Nantahala Gorge raft launch site in the Nantahala National Forest. A half-mile of the trail follows an abandoned spur of ...

Holston River Greenway (Holston River Park)

TN - 2 miles

The Holston River Greenway is one of many in Knoxville's greenway system scattered throughout the city. This 2-mile greenway is in Holston River Park and traverses through oak and beech forest, crossing ...

Knoxville City Greenways

TN - 30 miles

The city of Knoxville has an extensive and growing system of greenways, including the Holston River Greeway. The greenways follow natural water courses, traverse open spaces and parklands, and link neighborhoods ...

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

NC - 5 miles

The Little Tennessee River Greenway follows the Little Tennessee River and a tributary, Cartoogechaye Creek. There are plans to extend the greenway from Suli Marsh, at Arthur Drake Road to Lake Emory, ...

Maryville-Alcoa Greenway

TN - 9 miles

The 9-mile Maryville-Alcoa Greenway connects Springbrook Park in Alcoa with the Bicentennial Greenbelt and Sandy Springs Park in Maryville. The greenway starts near the swimming pool in Alcoa's Springbrook ...

Accordion

Nantahala Bikeway

NC - 1.2 miles

The 1.2-mile Nantahala Bikeway extends from the Nantahala Outdoor Center to the Nantahala Gorge raft launch site in the Nantahala National Forest. A half-mile of the trail follows an abandoned spur of ...

Recent Trail Reviews

Maryville-Alcoa Greenway

Blount county gem!

October, 2016 by odiee.ss

Easy access to trail, several parking lots

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

dandy don 54

June, 2016 by doncon78

Not marked very well. We lost interest and returned to car.

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

May, 2016 by brennan.smith.5623

Accordion

Maryville-Alcoa Greenway

Great trail for the whole family, but...

May, 2016 by jeffreyeinkorn

Great trail for the whole family, but if your riding a trike or single speed bike, I suggest sticking to the north end of the trail. Its a bit more level.

Knoxville City Greenways

Neyland Drive Third Creek Greenway from Tyson Park

April, 2016 by climb4

My wife and I ride this frequently, usually in the evening well into the night. The trail follows 3rd creek and is hard to tell you're in the middle of the city. From Tyson to Bearden is just slightly uphill but once in Bearden lots of places to refresh, Bearden Beer Market, Hard Knox Pizza, and many other places for food and beverage. We usually turn around from here and make the ride to Calhoun's for more food and beverages. The trail through Tyson Park is OK, never had any problems or seen any scary people even after dark. The ride past the water treatment plant is a none issue. We have never smelled any funk while riding past and is kind of interesting to see up close. Nice to have such a great, safe place to ride year around.

Knoxville City Greenways

Neyland Drive Third Creek Greenway

September, 2015 by tnharvey

This is not a bad trail but because I am a native I can pick my way through. A couple of weeks ago when we had low humidity a couple came over from North Carolina to ride. Showing them around I realized how poorly this trail (G) is marked. It crosses Neyland several times in the first couple of miles but it is not marked. And as others reviewers have mentioned there are some questionable people hanging around so both male and female riders should be alert. Personally I have not had any problems but I avoid them and don't take chances. I use the restrooms that you can take your bike in with you.Getting through the construction by the utility company just got worse this week. Again there are signs saying detour but I never found the detours but did see a rider getting in the street to get to Third Creek. But that is a real dangerous stretch there near Concord street. Even after I gave up went home and looked online with my laptop I didn't see access to the "detours".

It is a very scenic ride. The water treatment plant is not a problem for me - you are not near it long and it doesn't smell like it did when we were kids. The wooden bridges (on the trail) can be very dangerous when they are wet and leafy but just slow your roll.

Four stars when they get the construction blockage worked out but until then very frustrating. Stay away on UT events especially football.

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

Kids loved it

June, 2015 by bhamon

We road the whole the entire path. And my kids loved it. Only a couple large hills that the kids needed to walk up, other then that it was perfect for our first outing. The path was well maintained and ez enough for an 8 year old to ride and enjoy. We love following the river and crossing over it several times. Fun,easy and cheap.

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

Scenic ride for beginner mountain bikers

June, 2015 by parkie24

If you're looking for an adventurous off road mountain bike experience go someplace else. My husband and I have ridden this trail several times and this trail is as advertised. After parking your car you have to cross one road walk your bike across the bridge crossing other road go behind the strip mall and then you'll be on the trail yes there is an industrial area in the beginning but it's small but soon you are distracted by a nice bridge. There are some uphill climbs mostly paved and there are benches along the way for a rest since you were following the river you may be able to look and see some fish as well.
At the parking lot The roads splits and that is why you have to cross two roads you get to the strip mall in about three minutes. Enjoy the trail

Knoxville City Greenways

Not so nice

May, 2015 by explodie

This ranks as one of the ugliess trails I have ever been on. If you like smelly sewer plants, trashed out and polluted creeks and plenty of goose crap, this is the trail for you. The section through Tyson park is full of sketchy folks to top it all off. A women was stabbed to death on a section of this trail near Bearden a couple of weeks ago.

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

Best for hiking and mtn biking and geocaching

March, 2015 by jackwabbit

Starting at the north end at the intersection of Riverview and Highway 28, the trail is paved through marshland and along the Little Tennessee River for a mile or so to Big Bear Shelter at Main Street. A short detour across the bridge and a few yards of gravel brings me to the paved Old Airport Trail section, which travels about a mile to the Tassee wooden bridge back across the river. Another short gravel section and back onto the pavement. The next couple of miles has a short gravel strip and two more bridges (wooden covered bridge and trestle bridge). A short gravel strip through the old Talulah Railroad cut and back onto pavement for the southern terminus and loop. Couple of miles of dirt singletrack bike trails are located at the south end and can be accessed from the back of the Macon County Library or from the greenway. The greenway is also the home of Frisbee Golf and more than a dozen Geocaches.

Maryville-Alcoa Greenway

Enjoyed this trail!!

February, 2015 by 3cs

I ran several days on this trail while in town. I wasn't expecting to enjoy this trail as much as I did.

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

Where is the access?

January, 2015 by dthorpe14

The covered bridge looks very pretty from the main highway bypassing Franklin, but we were extremely frustrated by its lack of access. If you build something in sight of the main thoroughfare where the most traffic can see the attraction, why in the world do you not create an access point? Terrible planning.

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