SHELBY FARMS PARK
6903 Great View Drive North, Memphis, TN 38134 Directions
Shelby Farms Park is a green space of 4,500 acres and an urban trail of 10.65 miles. The park has more than 40 miles of trails that are popular for walking, both paved and unpaved. The trail network in the park includes Shelby Farms Greenline, an iconic 10,65-mile paved cycling and pedestrian path linking Memphis's core. Their dream is to create a famous park in the 21st century that will define and form a great city. Campers can learn about ecosystems and wildlife, take part in outdoor events, and complete several projects related to nature. There are more than 20 bodies of water that have an array of fishing opportunities.
Camps, Zip Lining, Workshops, Bike Riding, Paddle Boats, Field Trips, Jogging, Off-Leash, Walking Trail, Playground Area, Green Line & Disc Golf Course
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T.O. FULLER STATE PARK
1500 West Mitchell Road, Memphis, TN 38109 Directions
O.T. Fuller State Park has more than 1100 acres of protected land, and this park has a wide variety of activities. The campground has a lot of hardwood trees that offer plenty of shade. Forty-five campsites are accessible by RV with some sites which can accommodate up to 85 feet of RV space. The park is a location that preserves and exhibits rare natural resources while providing a wide variety of recreation outdoors. The discovery trail is a four-mile loop in which visitors can see the Chucalissa Indian Village and the Wetlands. The park has four shelters, which can hold groups of between 40 and 120 people. It is seven miles from Graceland, 10 miles from the Memphis International airport, and 15 miles from downtown.
Splash Pad, Ball Fields, Campground, Terrific Gathering Spaces for Families, Groups Visit, Churches, Organizations, Basketball, Walking, Tennis Courts, New Interpretive Nature, Education Center & Playgrounds
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5760 Yale Road, Memphis, TN 38135 Directions
Stanky Creek is the best spot in Memphis for mountain biking. It offers both hiking and mountain bike trails. The 2.2-mile yellow path is certainly the longest of the bunch. It provides some of Tennessee's best mountain biking and is just a couple of minutes east of downtown Memphis. Three trails are now open, ranging from less than two miles to more than six miles, and sections can be combined for a larger 8-mile loop.
Muddy, Climbing, Walking, Wild Flowers, Mountain Biking, , Cycling, Trail Running, Dog-Friendly, Flat Water Paddling, Fishing & Forest Views