Third Creek Greenway

Tennessee

Third Creek Greenway Facts

States: Tennessee
Counties: Knox
Length: 2.74 miles
Trail end points: Near University of Tennessee Gardens and Intersection of Cherokee Blvd and Kingston Pike
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 9598108
Trail activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Wheelchair Accessible, Walking

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Third Creek Greenway Description

The Third Creek Greenway is a paved pedestrian and bike path in West Knoxville that mostly lies within a wooded riparian corridor. The trail happens to connect to three other trails: Bearden Village Greenway to the east, Sequoyah Greenway to the south and Neyland Greenway to the southwest.

From the park of the same name, the Third Creek Greenway runs east, across S. Concord St. then bends, curving around the perimeter of Tyson Park. There is a crossing underneath Alcoa Highway and then the path snakes through the University of Tennessee Gardens. Another underpass takes you under Joe Johnson Dr. to Neyland Dr. where the trail’s terminus is found.

Parking and Trail Access

There are numerous parking options available: Third Creek Park (3110 Sutherland Ave.), Tyson Park (2351 Kingston Pike), Sutherland Drive, Laurel Church of Christ on Kingston Pike.

 

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