Talahi Park

Parks and Recreation Director

Sheryl Ely
sely@knoxvilletn.gov
(865) 215-4311

Lakeshore Park
5930 Lyons View Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919

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PARK DETAILS
• 1.13 acres
• 2 shelters
• open space
• benches
• fountain
• wrought iron fence
• concrete monument
Sequoyah Greenway
RIDE THE BUS TO THIS PARK
katRoute 10 - Keowee Ave. at Talahi Dr.
City Council District: 2
Talahi Park

1034 Cherokee Boulevard
Knoxville, TN 37919

West Knoxville


Directions: West on Kingston Pike about two miles from downtown; left on Cherokee Boulevard; fourth right on Talahi Drive; park is on immediate left. 

Talahi Park

Talahi Park is an unique passive park wrapped in a wrought iron fence with stone entryways. Inside is a peaceful walking path, stone shelter and benches. Outside is a decorative concrete fountain with seating. 

Talahi Park

The park sits west of the Sequoyah Greenway and adjacent to Sequoyah Hills Park.

Talahi Park


HISTORY OF PARK

Talahi was the name of the original subdivision developed by Robert L. Foust in the early 1900's that now is Sequoyah Hills. Talahi Park was originally named Old Papoose Park. The Talahi design set a precedent for the architectural scheme that flows through Sequoyah Hills. 


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Talahi Park Adoptees are two citizens.

map of Talahi ParkMap Legend

PARK RULES & REGULATIONS:

1.) For the protection of our park and the safety of its users, the following are prohibited:
  • No alcoholic beverages
  • No open fires
  • No hitting golf balls anywhere in the park
  • No motorized vehicles in park
  • No equestrian activity
2.) Per city ordinance, all animals must be maintained on a leash.
3.) Please be respectful of other trail users.
4.) Please help to keep our parks beautiful by disposing trash in proper receptacles.
5.) Hours - Open dawn to dusk unless otherwise posted.