Bearden Village Greenway

Tennessee

Bearden Village Greenway Facts

States: Tennessee
Counties: Knox
Length: 2.7 miles
Trail end points: South of Sutherland Ave.& Harry St and Near the intersection of School Access (for Bearden Middle School) & Kingston Pike
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 9598698
Trail activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Wheelchair Accessible, Walking

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Bearden Village Greenway Description

From Third Creek Greenway Park, the Bearden Village Greenway extends west along Sutherland Ave., terminating a little after Westward Ave. Though short, the trail does have some significant connections: it acts as a safe route for kids to get to West High School and Bearden Elementary Center. It also links at its eastern end to the Third Creek Greenway, and the larger Knoxville greenway system. Historic markers along the greenway help narrate the history of Bearden Village. 

Parking and Trail Access

Starting on I-40, take the Papermill Rd. exit (383). Head east on Papermill Rd., the make a right onto Hollywood Dr. at Pond Gap Elementary School. Turn right at Sutherland Ave. and then left at the first light (Forest Hills Blvd into the shopping center parking area. The Bearden Village Greenway is north of here, along Sutherland Rd. 

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