Trails & Gardens
April 8-26, 2015
DOGWOOD ARTS TO FEATURE SOUTH KNOXVILLE IN 2015
Each year, Dogwood Arts showcases the art, culture, and natural beauty of our region. As the South Knoxville area continues to grow and revitalize in the wake of the re-opening of the Henley Street Bridge, Dogwood Arts & the Trails Advisory Board are of the belief that this sector of Knoxville as a whole deserves recognition and publicity. In addition to the Chapman Highway Dogwood Trail, South Knoxville has the Island Home Garden Byway, Ijams Nature Center, High Ground Park, Candoro Marble, and the 42 miles of biking and walking trails in Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness and so much more.
Wondering what’s happening with the dogwood blooms in our neck of the woods? Stay tuned for the 2015 Bloom Watch!
Experience the Dogwood Trails the lean, green way – take a walk, run, or bike ride and observe nature’s wonders up close. A founding tradition of Dogwood Arts, the nationally-recognized Dogwood Trails are a must-see!
THE DOGWOOD LUNCHEON, an invitation-only event kicking off the opening of the Dogwood Trails and Open Gardens, will be taking place Wednesday, April 8th at Ijams Nature Center.
Trails Presented by
Dogwood Arts Open Garden Committee Co-Chairs
Dogwood Luncheon Committee Co-Chairs
Dogwood Trails & Garden Byway Maps
Dogwood Trails [click below to view PDF]:
Farragut [Presented by First Watch]
Fountain City [East] & Fountain City [West] [Presented by Gentry-Griffey Funeral Chapel & Crematory]
Dogwood Trails Advisory Committee Chair
Committee Chair – Overall Trails