Knoxville Sights and Landmarks Guide, Tennessee
Knoxville, Tennessee: A Natural Beauty
Knoxville, Tennessee has a lot to offer to people from all over the world. Aside from its natural beauty, you can be able to experience and enjoy the great places that the city has to over. Everyone will have something to do when they get to explore Knoxville.
With more than 230 species as well as 800 animals, Knoxville Zoo is one of the most renowned zoological parks because of its preservation and breeding program.
If you want to have a walk with your dog, spend some of your time in PetSafe Park which is the city’s first public dog park. It will be fun to have your family along and get to enjoy walking down the trails with your pet as well as setting up a picnic for you and your whole family. A doggy water fountain is made for your cute dog.
Children who are physically not capable of playing can still get to enjoy Ashley Nicole’s Dream Playground. Children who are in wheelchair can simply play and have a great time without getting out of the wheelchair. Amenities and structures here are designed for children who are physically challenged. Fort Kid is another playground in Knoxville that can accommodate at least 250 children all at the same time. It has mazes, swings, tunnels and slides.
Get to visit the statue of the Pulitzer Prize winner Alex Haley who was made popular by the book “Roots.” Alex Haley Square is one of the attractions in Morningside Park in Knoxville. Experience and capture the beauty of Tennessee River by going to Volunteer Landing and Marina which is a one-mile promenade along the river. It has refreshing fountains and waterfalls as well as service marina that offer houseboat and paddle rentals to get to experience the awesome beauty of Tennessee River.
Chilhowee Park and Exposition Center is a venue in Knoxville that accommodates different kinds of events both indoors and outdoors. It is also suitable for concerts since it has a 4,500 seat amphitheater. For skateboard enthusiasts, Knoxville Skatepark is definitely the place for you since this park is designed for skateboarding. This also serves as the host site for skateboard exhibitions and national competition.
When you visit Knoxville, Tennessee in April, get to catch the Dogwood Arts Festival. It is a festival that highlights what Knoxville is known for, flowering plants as well as dogwoods and azaleas. The festival showcases the natural beauty of Knoxville, Tennessee.
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