Length: 2.25 miles Main Loop: 2.25 miles
Used for: walking, running, walking leashed dogs, bicycling, skating, pushing
strollers, using wheelchairs, roller blading Hours: dawn till dusk Lights: entire greenway is lighted Difficulty: difficult with extreme slopes Surface: asphalt Facilities: restrooms, drinking fountains, dog waste stations, soccer fields, softball fields, playgrounds Watershed: Fourth Creek and Fort Loudoun Lake Connects to: Lakeshore Park Parking:568 plus 5 accessible in six lots throughout Lakeshore Park
6414 S NORTHSHORE DRIVE
Directions: From downtown Knoxville, take Kingston Pike headed west; turn left onto Northshore Drive at Western Plaza; park is approximately 2 miles on left at Lakeshore Institute.
Lakeshore Greenway is located within the 60-acre Lakeshore Park
and makes a large loop, part of which follows alongside the Tennessee
River. The greenway affords spectacular views of Fort Loudoun Lake
and the sports facility within the park. There are areas on Lakeshore Greenway that are not accessible.
Future connection plans for Lakeshore Park are north to Papermill Bluff Greenway and east to Bearden Village Greenway.