A $10M Urban Wilderness Park Coming to Knoxville

A $10M Urban Wilderness Park Coming to Knoxville
More than 100 people recently visited the Urban Wilderness Gateway Park Public Input Exhibition and Block Party hosted by the city of Knoxville.

The Urban Wilderness Gateway Park was proposed by Mayor Madeline Rogero during her State of the City Address in late April of this year.

The $10 million investment will feature a landscaped access point and gathering space at Baker Creek Preserve and at the James White Parkway Terminus; parking, pedestrian and bike pathways and trails; a bike park; additional children’s nature play areas; and improved connectivity to existing neighborhoods, businesses, schools and the planned BMX facility at South-Doyle Middle School.
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