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Parques y naturaleza en Knoxville

Sendero
“Everything outdoor....Kayaking, hiking, picnics....and just a few miles from house!”
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“Spend a day at Zoo Knoxville! Fun for kids and adults....mild walking and lots to see!”
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“Site of the 1982 World's Fair. It has a great splash pad for kids to play in. There are always events going on at the park. You can also go to the top of the sunsphere!”
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Mirador
“A beautiful swimming spot. Ask us for tips, as it is a little hard to find the first time.”
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“47-acres of gardens, trees & lawns amid walking paths, old walls & stone buildings. Free entry.”
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“Beautiful nature hikes with frequent guided tours and activities such a tagging Monarch butterflies. http://www.outdoorknoxville.com/places/trails/east/seven-islands-sp-trails”
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Farm
“Every Wednesday and Saturday during the summer season. Speak directly with local farmers and buy their produce. Local artisans also have booths set up. ”
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“Lovely little park in west Knoxville with mountain and lake views along your walk. ”
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“You have to see World's Fair Park during your stay in Knoxville. It's home to Knoxville's landmark, the Sunsphere. The park has fountains, fields, and trails. ”
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Sitio histórico
“Park really close to the house with a few miles of hiking trails and swimming in the old quarry. Picnic cable on the peak with decent views in the winter when the foliage is less dense. If you're a runner this is a great trail run from the house, about a 5 mile loop from the house and around the quarry and back. ”
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“Also a part of the South Loop trail of the Urban Wilderness (in back yard of this property). According to Blue ridge outdoor magazine: The Urban Wilderness is one of the crown jewels of today’s thriving outdoor scene in Knoxville. Consisting of 1,000 acres, 5 parks, and 42 miles of trails, this interconnected system of mostly single-track trails is a hotbed for running, hiking, and biking. The Main Loop of the Corridor is a 12.5 mile route that connects all of the various parks and their systems. A couple of must-see areas of the loop include the Hastie Natural Area which offers a lot for mountain bikers and trail runners and Mead’s Quarry (beautiful lake to swim in).”
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“This beautiful park has over 50 miles of trails and beautiful scenery, it is connected with Ijams. A MUST SEE IF YOU LIKE HIKING!”
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“This is an outdoor art venue. Very neat. They change the art every few months and feature local artists. Also a great place to catch Pokemon. ”
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“This park is great for walking or riding bikes on the 1.9 mile Greenway, playing with your children on the playgrounds, or picking up a game of basketball or tennis. There are picnic tables and pavilions that can be rented for large groups. ”
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“Neighborhood kid's playground and walking trail with picturesque water wheel. It is next to a community pool, Carter Pool. ”
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“This park has an 18 hole disc-golf course, many paved walking/biking trails, 2 dog parks (one with swimming area). ”
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