Marie Myers Park
An undeveloped city park within Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness
This passive, wooded park is preserved as a public nature sanctuary. As an integral connector for the Urban Wilderness, the flowing two-mile trail through the park links William Hastie Natural Area to the trails at Ross Marble Quarry at Ijams Nature Center. The Red Bud Crest trail, which leads to Baker Creek Preserve via a pedestrian and bicycle bridge over E. Red Bud Road, begins in Marie Myers Park.
Entrance: 1302 Margaret Rd
Park Size: 34 acres
Length: 1.8 miles + 1.5 miles
Type: single track
Difficulty: easy to moderate
Features: walking, mountain biking, hiking, trail running, leashed dogs, wildflowers
Directions: Take I-40 to the James White Parkway across the river. Take the Moody Ave exit (last exit) and turn left onto Sevierville Pike. Go approximately 2 miles and turn right onto Margaret Rd, which dead-ends at the park.
Parking and Trailhead: There is no parking at Marie Myers Park