Sevierville Greenway

Sevierville Greenway

Visitors and locals alike enjoy 10 miles of beautiful, developed greenways and walking trails in Sevierville, TN – “Your Hometown in the Smokies.” Take a relaxing walk or get in your daily workout along lush, green grass and comforting rivers and streams.

200 Gary Wade Blvd.
Sevierville , TN 37862 865-453-5441
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Visitors and locals alike enjoy 10 miles of beautiful, developed greenways and walking trails in Sevierville, TN – “Your Hometown in the Smokies.” Take a relaxing walk or get in your daily workout along lush, green grass and comforting rivers and streams.

Address

200 Gary Wade Blvd.
Sevierville, TN 37862

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Description

The Great Smoky Mountains provide the backdrop for Sevierville’s beautiful greenways and walking trails. Three greenways wind around the area. As an added bonus, the Middle Creek Greenway connects to the Veterans Blvd Greenway creating convenient access to nearly eight miles of path. Two additional walking trails provide more opportunities for outdoor fun for locals and visitors alike. Trailheads are designed with easy access and offer free parking.

When visiting the Great Smoky Mountains, be sure to take advantage of the fresh mountain air and our hometown charm on the Sevierville Greenway.

Greenways

  • Middle Creek Greenway: 2 Miles
    Veterans Blvd To Municipal Complex And Back
  • Veterans Blvd Greenway: 6 Miles
    Dolly Parton Parkway To Dollywood With A Connect To LeConte Medical Center On Blanton Drive
  • West Prong Greenway: 2 Miles
    Sevierville City Park To Chapman Hwy And Back

Walking Trails

  • Northview Optimist Park Walking Trail: A Half Mile Loop In The Park
  • Old Knoxville Highway Walking Trail: A Half Mile Trail From Gist Creek Road Parallel To The Sevierville Golf Club Along Old Knoxville Hwy

Sevierville, Tennessee – “Your Hometown in the Smokies”

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