Length: 1.2 miles Portion of: 18 miles of connected greenways Main Loop: 0.2
mile (around festival lawn in World's Fair Park) Used for: walking, running, bicycling, walking leashed dogs, skating, pushing strollers,
using wheelchairs, roller blading Hours: dawn till dusk Lights: none Difficulty: easy Surface: asphalt Facilities: restrooms in World's Fair Park Watershed: Second Creek Connects to: Neyland Greenway, World's Fair Park, Tennessee River, Second Creek, Neyland Stadium Parking Area: in World's Fair Park and at Second Creek Park
Second Creek Greenway is a primary connection for downtown Knoxville, linking the University of Tennessee, the Tennessee River waterfront, and World's Fair Park.
Directions: I-40 to Exit #388 Henley Street /US-441 South. Go .2 mile towards Downtown Knoxville. Continue towards TN-62/Summit Hill Dr./Western Ave. - go 0.2 mile. Continue on 11th ST SW - go 0.2 mile. Turn left on Clinch Ave. - go 0.1 mile. Turn left on World's Fair Park Drive.
Second Creek Greenway connects World’s Fair Park's walking trails along Second Creek to Neyland Greenway and the City’s waterfront venues adjacent to the Tennessee River.
It is located in the dramatic topography of the Second Creek valley. To enter World's Fair Park from the Second Creek valley, greenway patrons have two options: 1) use the crosswalk on Cumberland Ave. or 2) use the ramp that leads from Second Creek Greenway to a pedestrian bridge that crosses over Cumberland Ave.
Second Creek Greenway begins at Neyland Stadium, runs north underneath the railroad and crosses Cumberland Ave. to World's Fair Park, where walking paths (including a 0.2-mile loop) are located.