Trails & Gardens
March 31 – April 30, 2017
2017 Featured Trail | FOUNTAIN CITY
Dogwood Arts celebrates its North Knoxville trails in 2017. The Featured Trail, Historic Fountain City, dates back to 1957, covers 16 miles and boasts over 3200 blooming dogwoods and abundant flowering azaleas as it winds through the neighborhood. At the center of this welcoming community is a 12 acre park with walking trails, the Fountain City Art Center and the iconic Fountain City Lake where residents gather to visit and enjoy nature.
As you explore North Knoxville, visit the Historic North Hills Trail, anchored by its blooming boulevard, along with a charming mix of 1930s Neo-classical, English Cottage, Bungalow, Craftsman and Italian Renaissance homes. Further north and in the foothills of the Clinch mountains, the Halls-Timberline neighborhood was designed as a beautiful building site abundant with native Tennessee flowering dogwood trees. As part of our Bazillion Blooms Program, over 100 dogwood trees have been added to this trail in recent years.
The Fountain City Trail is presented by Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel & Crematory
Dogwood Trails Presented by
🌸 BLOOM WATCH 2017 🌸
Follow along as we track the blooming progress of one singular dogwood bloom near the Fountain City Trail.
Dogwood Trails [click below to view maps]:
Fountain City [East] & Fountain City [West] [Presented by Gentry-Griffey Funeral Chapel & Crematory]
Holston Hills [Support provided by Holston Hills Country Club]
Sequoyah Hills [Support provided by The Trust Company]
Deane Hill [Presented by Food City]
Greater Knoxville Trails Map
Open Garden Committee Chair
Dogwood Trail Maps sponsored by
THE DOGWOOD LUNCHEON
This invitation-only event kicks off the opening of the Dogwood Trails and Open Gardens. This year’s Dogwood Luncheon will be taking place March 31, 2017 at Beaver Brook Country Club with a ribbon-cutting preceding at Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel.
Special Thanks to these Fountain City Business Sponsors
R. LARRY and SHARON SMITH
Learn about Knoxville’s oldest and most revered trees through Trees Knoxville.