|Parks and Recreation Department
|Greenway Detour Schedule
City Greenway Map Official [PDF]
| Length: 0.6 mile
Portion of: 5 miles of connected greenway system
Used for: walking, running, bicycling, walking leashed dogs, skating, pushing strollers,
using wheelchairs, roller blading
Hours: dawn till dusk
Watershed: Ten Mile Creek
Connects to: Walker Springs Park
Parking: Carmike Wynnsong Theater, Walker Springs Park
|Ride the Bus to this Greenway
||11 Kingston Pike
Ten Mile Creek Greenway Adoptees
- Consolidated Insurance Group
Ten Mile Creek Greenway
Bicyclists ride through Ten Mile Creek Greenway.
200 N Peters Rd.
Directions: From I-40/75, take the Cedar Bluff Rd. exit; head south on Cedar Bluff Rd.; turn left onto Kingston Pike; after about 0.5 miles, turn left onto the access road just past Krystal's; continue along this road make a right at the stop sign; the Ten Mile Creek Greenway trail head is at the eastern end of the Carmike Wynnsong Theater parking lot.
Ten Mile Creek Greenway connects the City and the County boundaries. Beginning at Walker Springs Rd. (to the west of Wal-Mart), the greenway travels parallel to Ten Mile Creek, passed Walker Springs Park, continuing west and crossing Bridgewater Rd. under I-75/I-40. The greenway continues into the city limits and ends at far eastern end of the Carmike Wynnsong Theater parking lot.
On its eastern end, Ten Mile Creek Greenway also connects to Cavet Station Greenway, which runs north to Middlebrook Pike and the Middle Brook Pike sidewalk system. Cavet Station Greenway also connects east to Jean Teague Greenway in West Hills Park in addition to West Hills Elementary School. Future plans for Ten Mile Creek Greenway have it connecting from the western end at Carmike Wynnsong Theater southwest to the sidewalk system on Ebenezer Rd. that runs all the way to Northshore Dr.
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© John R. Innes