Haw Ridge Park, situated on a scenic peninsula along the Clinch River between Knoxville and Oak Ridge, boasts both water and land recreational activities. Weaving through the park, the almost 30 miles of singletrack/dirt road trails accommodate trail runners, hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. And it's a gold mine for the geocachers that come in search of bounty. The 5 miles of Clinch River shoreline furnish anglers and paddlers with their portion of the park to enjoy. The 4th stage of the development for the Melton Lake Greenway is due to be completed late spring and will provide a great connection from those wanting to bicycle, walk or run from Oak Ridge to the park. The park is always bustling with outdoor activity from spring wildflower hikes, to mountain bike and trail running races — we'll keep you posted on our events calendar!
Hunting: The park closes for deer hunting one weekend in November and two weekends in December each year. Check to Oak Ridge/TWRA page for dates.
Fishing: Nestled on the shores of the Clinch River, there are 5 miles of shoreline for the bank fisherman. Boaters can put-in at Solway Park, adjacent to the park on Edgemoor Rd.
Trails: Featuring almost 30 miles of singletrack that criss-cross a few old connecting roads, the trails at Haw Ridge are a favorite for mountain bikers, cross-country runner and equestrians. trail descriptions