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Length: 0.9 miles
Used for: walking, running, bicycling, walking leashed dogs, skating, pushing strollers, using wheelchairs, roller blading
Portion of: 1.9-mile connected greenway system
Hours: dawn till dusk
Lights: none
Difficulty: moderate with some hills
Surface: asphalt
Facilities: restrooms when pool is open, baseball/softball field, basketball court, tennis court, playgrounds, shelter
Watershed: Fourth Creek
Connects to: Weisgarber Greenway
Parking: Red Roof Inn on Kirby Rd. and at Church of the Savior on Weisgarber Rd.
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Papermill Bluff Greenway
1315 KIRBY ROAD

West Knoxville

Directions from I-40 eastbound: Take the Papermill Rd. exit. Turn left onto Papermill Rd. Head northeast to the Holiday Inn. Greenway begins at the Holiday Inn.

Directions from I-40 westbound: Take the Papermill Rd. exit. Turn right onto Papermill Rd. Head northeast to the Holiday Inn. Greenway begins at the Holiday Inn.

Papermill Bluff Greenway can be viewed along I-40 at the Papermill Road exit. The greenway begins at the Red Roof Inn on Kirby Rd. and ends at Weisgarber Greenway on Weisgarber Rd. near the Church of the Savior.

This greenway has several hills overlooking I-40 and Bearden Hill. On clear days, some peaks on the greenway offer beautiful views of the Great Smoky Mountains.

Papermill Bluff Greenway was designed primarily as a commuter route, though it does offer recreation opportunities to nearby neighborhoods and businesses. Future plans for Papermill Bluff Greenway include connecting south along Fourth Creek to Lakeshore Greenway in Lakeshore Park, which is currently the most heavily used greenway in Knoxville.

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