Charter E. Doyle Park

Parks and Recreation Director

Sheryl Ely
sely@knoxvilletn.gov
(865) 215-4311

Lakeshore Park
5930 Lyons View Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919

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PARK DETAILS
View on Google Trekker Street View
• 27.88 acres
• 1 shelter (For reservations, call 423-609-9853)
• playground
• open space
• paved and unpaved trail
Charter Doyle Petsafe Dog Park
• 1 baseball/softball backstop
• 2 tennis courts
• restrooms
• picnic tables and grills
• Mildred Doyle Nature Trail
Charter Doyle Greenway
Mooreland Heights Elementary School
• Parking: 40
Handicap SignAccessible parking
City Council District: 1
Charter E. Doyle Park 

5100 West Martin Mill Pike
Knoxville, TN 37920
Park/Shelter: 423-609-9853

South Knoxville


Directions: South on Chapman Highway; right on Martin Mill Pike about two miles; park is on left.

Charter Doyle Park

Charter Doyle Park is a 27+-acre park nestled in South Knoxville off of Chapman Highway. 
  
Charter Doyle Park

The park features an open green space with a backstop for baseball or softball games, as well as room for any other recreational activity. The paved Charter Doyle Greenway circumvents the green space, playground, shelter and tennis courts. The Mildred Doyle Nature Trail meanders through the woods in the park, providing an opportunity to get in touch with nature during a peaceful stroll. 


GOOGLE TREKKER STREET VIEW

Explore the park and greenway on Google Trekker Street View: 
• Paved Loop
• Trail

Charter Doyle Park


CHARTER DOYLE PETSAFE DOG PARK

In 2011, Charter Doyle Petsafe Dog Park was opened. Sponsored by Petsafe, the off-leash, fenced-in dog park features separate small and large dog sections, a water fountain with a spout at the canine level, and dog waste stations. The Charter Doyle Petsafe Dog Park was built as part of a $500,000 commitment to build five dog parks within the City of Knoxville and Knox County in an effort toward the initiative of making Knoxville the Most Pet Friendly Community in the nation.

Charter Doyle Park


HISTORY OF THE PARK

The land was generously donated in 1984 by the Doyle family to be a neighborhood park. Take a stroll on the Mildred Doyle nature trail that passes by the Doyle family cemetery. There you'll find a single military tombstone recording the life of John Doyle, dating 1748-1837.


Adopt A ParkADOPT A PARK

Charter E. Doyle Park Adoptees are Knoxville TVA Employees and Credit Union Green Council


Charter E. Doyle Park mapMap Legend


PARK RULES & REGULATIONS


1.) For the protection of our park and the safety of its users, the following are prohibited:
  • No alcoholic beverages
  • No open fires
  • No hitting golf balls anywhere in the park
  • No motorized vehicles in park
  • No equestrian activity
2.) Per city ordinance, all animals must be maintained on a leash.
3.) Please be respectful of other trail users.
4.) Please help to keep our parks beautiful by disposing trash in proper receptacles.
5.) Hours - Open dawn to dusk unless otherwise posted.