|Parks and Recreation Department
Length: 2.0 mile
Used for: walking, running, bicycling, walking leashed dogs, skating, pushing
strollers, using wheelchairs, roller blading
Hours: dawn till dusk
Facilities: dog waste stations (near wetland natural park)
Watershed: Turkey Creek
Connects to: Grisby Chapel Greenway
Parking: parking areas are located along Turkey Creek Shopping Center
Turkey Creek Greenway
331 LOVELL RD
11529 PARKSIDE DR
Directions: From I-40, get off at the Lovell Rd. exit. Head south-bound on Lovell Rd. The next stoplight will be Turkey Creek Rd. Turn right. Greenway is on the right.
Turkey Creek Greenway is located between Campbell Station Road and Lovell Road along the south border of I-40/I-75. The greenway skirts the scenic Turkey Creek Wetland. The Turkey Creek Wetland is the largest wetland area in Knox County and is managed by the Isaak Walton League.
The greenway begins at Lovell Road (connecting to the road's sidewalk system that links to a multitude of restaurants), runs behind the Turkey Creek Shopping Center (wish several connections to access the stores and restaurants along the way), and ends at the sidewalk system along Campbell Station Rd.
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