Volunteer Landing runs parallel with Tennessee River to create a beautiful riverfront Park. Visitors to the Park can enjoy fishing, biking, and other water sports and activities while here. The River is a site to see during UT home football games. The Vol Navy lines the River along Volunteer Landing to create a sea of orange full of fun and excitement to cheer on the home team.
Volunteer Landing Park
Connects: James White Greenway and Neyland Greenway
This small linear park stretches along the Tennessee River providing ample fishing and paddling opportunities. The Park features year-round fun on the swings but during the summer months, the splash pads are irresistible to the children strolling through the park with their parents. Walkers, runners and cyclists utilize the Neyland Greenway that winds through the Park. On its linear route, Neyland Greenway connects with the James White Greenway and the Third Creek Greenway.
Features: waterway access, paddling, fishing, greenway, walking/running, bicycling, splash pads, playground, shelter, picnic area, restrooms, accessible
FISHING & PADDLING
Anglers can throw in their lines off the fishing pier.