Jean Teague Greenway

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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FACILITIES
Explore the greenway on Google Trekker Street View
Length:
2.6 mile
Main Loop: 0.8 mile
Portion of: 5 miles of connected greenways
Used for: walking, running, bicycling, walking leashed dogs, skating, pushing strollers, using wheelchairs, roller blading
Hours: dawn till dusk
Facilities: restrooms, outdoor basketball courts, softball fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, shelter
Lights: none
Difficulty: easy
Surface: asphalt
Watershed: Ten Mile Creek
Connects to: West Hills Park, West Hills Elementary School, Westside YMCA, Cavet Station Greenway & Ten Mile Creek Greenway 
Parking Areas: 194 plus 2 accessible in two parking areas located in the park, 92 plus 3 accessible in two lots at West Hills Elementary
RIDE THE BUS TO THIS GREENWAY
KATRoute 11/90 - 2 minute walk
Vanosdale Rd. at Sheffield Dr.
City Council District: 2
Jean Teague Greenway

Entrances at:
421 North Winston Rd.
501 Vanosdale Rd.
7624 Sheffield Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37909

West Knoxville


Jean Teague Greenway 



Directions:  To get to the west end of the park behind the YMCA: Take the West Hills exit off of I-40 to Kingston Pike; make a right onto Kingston Pike; turn right onto Winston right; after you cross the bridge, the park will be on right.

The Jean Teague Greenway connects West Hills Elementary School to passed West End Church of Christ, Cavet Station Greenway and Ten Mile Creek Greenway access points on Gallaher View Rd. The greenway continues west across Sheffield Drive through the 14-acre West Hills/John Bynon Park. The greenway follows along beside Mockingbird Creek then crosses Winston Road to the parking lot of The West End Church of Christ. 

James White Greenway is also part of the CrossKnox Race, running from Haley Heritage Square in East Knoxville all the way to Bearden Elementary School in West Knoxville.

Explore the Jean Teague Greenway on Google Trekker Street View (images from Fall 2014)

Click here to view other virtual treks of greenways, trails, and attractions around Knoxville.

Jean Teague (1933-2017) served on the Knoxville City Council for 28 years (1972 to 2001).She was instrumental in bringing the World’s Fair to Knoxville in the early 1980s.Teague also served as a Metropolitan Planning Commission member as well as Vice Mayor.The Jean Teague Greenway was named in 2010.

Map of Jean Teague GreenwayMap Legend