Marie Myers Park

Parks and Recreation Director

Sheryl Ely
[email protected]
(865) 215-4311

Lakeshore Park
5930 Lyons View Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919

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Explore the Victor Ashe Trail on Google Trekker Street View
• 33.97 acres
• unpaved trail
• Connects to Urban Wilderness South Loop Trails and Baker Creek Preserve
Handicap SignAccessible parking
City Council District: 1
Marie Myers Park

4701 Sevierville Pike
Knoxville, TN 37920

South Knoxville

Directions: Take James White Parkway to Moody Street exit; turn left onto Moody Street; Moody Street turns into Sevierville Pike; continue approximately 3 miles; park is on the right.

Marie Myers Park is a passive wooded all-natural park that is preserved by the city as a public nature sanctuary. The park is ideal for short nature hikes and bird watching. The park is an integral connector for the Urban Wilderness, with a 1.8-mile flowing trail, which links the William Hastie Natural Area to the Ijams Quarries trails. Trail users can connect to Baker Creek Preserve on the 1.5-mile Red Bud Crest trail via a pedestrian/bicycle bridge over E. Red Bud Road.


The park is named in memory of Marie Myers whose son and daughter-in-law sold the property to the city. Myers was a Knoxville resident who loved the outdoors.


Explore the Victor Ashe Trail at Marie Myers Park on Google Trekker Street View (images from Fall 2017)


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.