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Alice Bell Ballfields

• gymnasium
• indoor basketball
• playground
• baseball/softball field
• meeting/game room
• accessible parking and restrooms
• adjacent to Alice Bell Ballfields

Richard Leake Recreation Center
3511 Alice Bell Road

Northeast Knoxville

Directions: From I-40, Merge onto I-75 N. Take I-640 E toward ASHEVILLE. Take the WASHINGTON PIKE/MALL ROAD SOUTH exit- EXIT 8- toward MILLERTOWN PIKE. Turn RIGHT onto WASHINGTON PIKE. Turn RIGHT onto VALLEY VIEW DR. Turn LEFT onto ALICE BELL RD. End at 3511 Alice Bell Rd Knoxville, TN 37917-1910, US.

Richard Leake Recreation Center is located in Alice Bell Ballfields in northeast Knoxville. The center's recreation opportunities are enhanced by the six surrounding baseball/softball fields. The recreation center also has a playground, an indoor basketball facility, and a game/meeting room.


The following are prohibited in city recreation centers:

1) Possession of firearms and weapons
2) Possession of drugs, alcohol, or any elicit substance
3) Smoking or use of tobacco products
4) Gambling
5) Use of profanity
6) Fighting
7) Dunking or hanging on rims of basketball goals
8) Pets
9) Only indoor court shoes allowed (ex: tennis shoes or non-marking soles)

Violation of these rules or any other rules set by individual centers may result in suspension from this center and others. Suspension terms will be set by each center.

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