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Great Smoky Mountain

Biological diversity is the hallmark of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which encompasses over 800 square miles in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. No other area of equal size in a temperate climate can match the park’s amazing diversity of plants, animals, and invertebrates. Over 10,000 species have been documented in the park: Scientists believe an additional 90,000 species may live here.

Ridge upon ridge of forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this is America’s most visited national park.

 


 

 

 

City Park Knox Location Acres
Adair Park North 39
Alex Haley Heritage Square East  
Alice Bell Park/Ballfields North 12
Ashley Nicole Dream Playground East  
Babe Ruth Park East 1
Badgett Fields Northwest 25
Baxter Avenue Park Northwest 1
Bearden Middle School Ballfields West 4
Boright Park North 1
Buck Toms Park West 5
Cal Johnson Park East 4
Caswell Park East 10
Cecil Webb Park South 1
Charter E. Doyle Park South 26
Chilhowee Park East 50
Christenberry Ballfields North 6
Claude Walker Park/Ballfields East 4
Danny Mayfield Park Northwest 1
Dr. Walter Hardy Park East 3
Eastport Park East 5
Ed Cothren Pool Northwest  
Edgewood Park North 2
First Creek Park North 10
Forks of the River WMA East 331
Fort Dickerson Park South 85
Fountain City Ballfields North 15
Fountain City Park North 8
Fourth & Gill Park North 1
Frajan Campbell Park Northwest 1
Gary Underwood Park South 5
Gov. Ned McWherter/Riverside Landing East 2
Harriet Tubman Park East 4
Holston-Chilhowee Ballfields East 14
Holston River Park East 44
Ijam’s Nature Center South 100
Inskip Ballfields Northwest 9
Inskip Pool & Park Northwest 12
Island Home Park South 3
James Agee Park Downtown 1
James Smith Park East 1
Joe Foster Park South 1
Knoxville Municipal Golf Course North 152
Krutch Park Downtown 1
Lakeshore Park West 60
Ledgerwood Park North 1
Lonsdale Park Northwest 4
Malcolm-Martin Park / Ed Cothren Pool Northwest 17
Marie Myers Park South 4
Market Square Downtown 2
Mary James Park South 3
Mary Vestal Park South 13
Maynard Glenn Ballfields South 7
Meadow Circle Park South 1
Morningside Park East 23
North Hills Park North 1
Northwest Middle School Park Northwest 14
Parkridge Park East 2
Reed and Baxter Park Northwest 1
Rock City Park South 4
Rocky Hill Ballfields West 18
Roseanne Wolf Picnic Area North  
S & J Colquitt Memorial Park Northwest 6
Sam Duff Memorial Park South 12
Sam E. Hill Park Northwest 2
Scottish Pike Park South 2
Sequoyah Park West 87
Sharp’s Ridge Memorial Park North 111
Skyline Park East 10
Stanley Lippencott Ridge Park South 22
Talahi Park West 1
Tyson Park West 27
Union Square Park East 1
Victor Ashe Park Northwest 115
Volunteer Landing Park Downtown 3
West Hills Park/John Bynon Park West 14
Westview Park West 3
Westwood Park West 1
Whitlow-Logan Park West 2
Whittle Springs Golf Course Northeast 88
Williams Creek Golf Course East 85
William Hastie Park South 75
William Powell Park East 2
World’s Fair Park Downtown 10
TOTAL 81 parks 1,854 acres