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Lakeshore Park

“I’m confident that we made the right decision to work with The Land Trust for Tennessee to ensure Lakeshore Park will always be a place where Knoxville residents can play, gather, and enjoy – a place for everyone, forever.” Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero

Lakeshore Park – Knoxville, TN

As one of the City of Knoxville’s most frequented parks, Lakeshore Park is designed to be a place for everyone. The Land Trust for Tennessee partnered with the City of Knoxville to permanently protect Lakeshore Park in 2016, ensuring it will serve the community for generations to come.

About Lakeshore Park: A Park for Everyone

Located minutes from downtown Knoxville, this 200+ acre active park is bound by two scenic highways and provides remarkable views of the Great Smoky Mountains and the Tennessee River. Lakeshore Park is a popular destination for runners, walkers, picnickers, nature lovers, and sports enthusiasts of all kinds and has been a public gathering place for more than 200 years.

From the Ground Level: Conserving Lakeshore Park

Lakeshore Park is one of multiple public parks The Land Trust for Tennessee protects with a conservation easement. This tool provides an added level of conservation protection to the city-owned park to ensure it will be accessed and enjoyed today and always.