Saturday, June 5 – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Bike Boat Brew & Bark celebrates the outdoor adventurer, the dog lover, the craft beer enthusiast, the local and the tourist looking to discover a secret in Knoxville’s urban wilderness. This annual event has become popular with visitors and locals alike – after all, Knoxville is a bike, boat, brew and bark friendly city.
It’s a place to ride a bike, bring the dog and explore Knoxville in a new way on this special day. Then live it, experience it, and continue to explore it all year long. Learn how at Knoxville Adventure Collective on the Tennessee River.
The day will be filled with a water activities through Knoxville Adventure Collective such as SUP and Kayak Open Sessions with instructors, a Riverwalk Tour with Historian Jack Neely, Guided Brewery Slow Rides to Knoxville Adventure Center, Activities by Young-Williams Animal Center including a pet photo contest, puppacinnos and chill zone. Carol Evans with Legacy Parks will lead a Guided Hike to Morningside Park, Alan Sims will lead a tour – A Walk Through Knoxville: Past, Present, and Future through downtown, and there will be a Guided Urban Bike Ride with Bike Walk Knoxville. In addition, special activities will take place at the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, James White’s Fort, Blount Mansion, Volunteer Princess, the Tennessee Riverboat, and Vol Landing Marina! And Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse will be offering $10 burgers and steak sandwiches!
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Carol Evans is executive director of Legacy Parks Foundation.