Victor Ashe Park

Region: North
4901 Bradshaw Road
Knoxville, TN 37912



120 acres

Paved Trail: 0.8 mile one-way
Natural Trail: 1.5 miles loop
Difficulty: easy
Connects: Northwest School Park and Greenway

Victor Ashe Park is a one-stop park for a variety of pursuits. Runners and walkers enjoy the paved and natural surface trails, while sports players can use multiple soccer and football fields, a dual court for sand volleyball, and a tournament- quality 18-hole disc-golf course. Kids love the large playground and greenway—perfect for bicycles, skates, and scooters. Anglers have water access for fishing. And the dogs get their very own off-leash dog park. A connector trail links the Victor Ashe Greenway to the Northwest Greenway, which gives access to the amenities at the Northwest Middle School Park. The Pleasant Ridge Greenway that parallels Pleasant Ridge Road allows users to make a full loop around the two parks.

Features: greenway, trails, Dog Park, disc golf, fishing, playground, picnic tables, restrooms, accessible

Paved Trail: 0.8 mile one-way
Connections: Victor Ashe Park, Northwest Middle School Park, Northwest Greenway, and Pleasant Ridge Greenways

This trail winds through Victor Ashe Park and connects to the Northwest Greenway along Green Heron Creek, a tributary of Third Creek. There is also a giant painted frog rock for kids (and adults) to rest upon. For cross-country trail runners, the nature trail winds through the woods and over the fields making a 1.5-mile loop around Victor Ashe Park.

Natural Trail: 1.5 miles loop
Difficulty: easy

Cross-country runners, hikers and dog-walkers enjoy the 1.5 miles of natural surface trails that circumvent Victor Ashe Park. The trails weave through the woods, pass through the disc golf course and loop back to the sports fields.


Beautiful hardwoods surrounding this 1-acre off-leash dog park create a nice retreat where canine friends can enjoy ramps, tunnels, and jumps and then refresh at the doggy fountain. People benches are provided.


Gently rolling hills accent this tournament level 18-hole course of mostly open fairways. Features include large teepads, nice tee signs, and multiple pin placements. There is a practice putting basket, picnic table, and bulletin board near the 1st tee.


Anglers can fish along the banks of the two-acre lake within the Park. Catch might include channel catfish, largemouth bass, white crappie and carp.