In case you missed it in the Knoxville News Sentinel's Sunday, March 5, publication, the City's 2017 Parks and Recreation Guide is now available on the City's web site. Click here to view the digital version of the 2017 Parks and Recreation Guide.
The publication features a map of all recreation facilities within the City, as well as articles covering:
- Most recent park development projects, such as the recently completed 8-acre riverfront Suttree Landing Park or the new Baker Creek Preserve's playground, kids bike pump track, and trails.
- Information on greenway progress in Knoxville, especially the fast-moving work being completed by the City's new Greenways Service Crew.
- Athletic league contact lists--from traditional sports like basketball, baseball, and softball, to upcoming trends like kickball and pickleball.
- New and exciting programs offered at City recreation centers, with a variety of classes available to kids, adults and seniors.
- Aquatics information covering outdoor and indoor pools, paddling opportunities, lifeguard training and swim lessons.
- New classes at the Knoxville Arts and Fine Crafts Center that range from performing arts like Hip Hop Aerobics and Adult Ballet, to basic art classes such as pottery and oil painting, to creative crafts, such as the new LEGO jewelry class.
- Rentals of pavilions, recreation buildings, and park spaces for events.
- Much more!
To view the digital version of the 2017 Parks and Recreation Guide (and to learn more about the City's Parks and Recreation services), visit www.knoxvilletn.gov/recreation.