The Governor Ned Mc Wherter Riverside Landing Park is located close to the Tennessee river and is the preferred way to access the river. You can see people rowing and boating enthusiasts exploring the waters here and locals and tourists walking along the riverfront to admire the spectacular view.
Fishing is also a common sight and during summers, the view of the water with the view of the south Knoxville bridge is a picturesque sight!
Governor Ned Mc Wherter Riverside Landing Park Travel Tips
- Wear sunscreen and carry bottled water with you.
Governor Ned Mc Wherter Riverside Landing Park Hours
- Open everyday from dawn to dusk.
How to Reach Governor Ned Mc Wherter Riverside Landing Park
- By Bus: Knoxville station
- By Trolley Bus/ Tram: A tram line runs nearby.
- By Taxi
- By Bicycle
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Governor Ned Mc Wherter Riverside Landing Park Reviews & Ratings
It seems a little secluded, like maybe some sketchy stuff could go down there. But it is a great place to launch craft on to the river. Even kayaks and canoes, very accessible.
Nice place to relax and see the city skyline from the docks. Wouldn't recommend taking children to the play ground area.
This park is gone downhill the city is really Let It Go the mayor's need to grab to see their pants and do something better with it it's pathetic
Baptized several people here. Cool little spot.
Quiet boat launch on edge of city