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Length: 1.6 miles
Portion of: 18 miles of connected greenways
Used for: walking, running, bicycling, walking leashed dogs, skating, pushing strollers, using wheelchairs, roller blading
Hours: dawn till dusk
Lights: none
Difficulty: medium, with steep slopes
Surface: asphalt
Facilities: shelter, playgrounds, fitness equipment along trail, Alex Haley Statue, 18-hole disc golf course
Watershed: Tennessee River
Connects to: Morningside Park, James White Greenway, Alex Haley Heritage Square, Isabella Towers
Parking: 15 at Haley Heritage Square off Hazen Street
Ride the Bus to this Greenway
32 Dandridge Ave.

Morningside Greenway
Entrances at
1516 ISABELLA CIR
1662 RIVERSIDE DR
1515 HAZEN ST

East Knoxville

Directions: Take the James White Parkway exit off of I-40; then take the Summit Hill exit; turn left onto Summit Hill; at the second red light the road turns into Dandridge; make first right first going through the red light; park will be on the right side of the road.

This greenway connects to James White Greenway and through Morningside Park to end at Haley Heritage Square. The City plans to connect across the James White (South Knoxville) Bridge to Hillwood and then eventually to Ijams Nature Center and the Will Skelton Greenway.

Morningside Greenway is also part of the City's CrossKnox Race, which runs from Haley Heritage Square in East Knoxville all the way to Bearden Elementary School in West Knoxville.

The Alex Haley statue, one of the tallest statues of an African-American in the country, towers over Morningside Park as one of the main trailheads for the greenway.

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