The Visit Knoxville Sports Commission markets and sells Knoxville as a premier destination for regional, national, international amateur and professional sporting events, meetings, and conventions.
- A varied and inspiring landscape that offers the perfect spot for any type of outdoor adventure. You won’t have to venture far to find a river for paddling, a forest for hiking, or trail for watching native wildlife
- From exciting downhill single-track trails to serene quarry lakes, bubbling mountain streams, or impressive rock outcrops, Knoxville’s varied and inspiring landscapes offer a great spot for any type of outdoor adventure
- Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness, located less than three miles from downtown, features more than 50 miles of natural trails, Ijams Nature Center, quarry lakes and more (biking, canoeing, paddle boarding, etc.)
- Knoxville offers some of the best and most diverse mountain bike trails in the southeast, with seven distinct systems providing exciting adventures for beginners to advanced riders.
- Market Square, part of the vibrant downtown, which features a variety of shops, restaurants and entertainment.
Located on the Tennessee River, at the crossroads of I-75, I-40 and I-81, Knoxville is within a day’s drive of nearly half of the U.S. population. The city is home to a number of festivals, loads of live music, a world-class zoo, highly acclaimed museums and a unique Urban Wilderness.
Knoxville Convention Center
500,000 sq. ft.
Allan Jones Aquatic Center
Smyrna Bowling Center
Largest bowling center in Tennessee!
- 52 lanes in a 50,000 square foot facility
- Spare Time Café
- Pool tables & arcade
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