Knoxville Mayor Indya Kincannon and other dignitaries cut the ribbon at the Baker Creek Preserve Pavilion on March 25. The pavilion serves as the gateway to the Urban Wilderness’s network of trails. It comes with restrooms, picnic tables, a water-filling station and parking, which the city said have been highly requested. The goal is to increase accessibility and draw tourists to Knoxville’s huge natural resources.

$2.6 million pavilion opens, providing gateway to Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness

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