We apologize for the years and years of giving you ties and golf balls and mugs that say, “World’s Greatest Dad.” We understand now that one thing you have always wanted and never get enough of is TIME with your family. So here are a few really cool things happening around you for Father’s Day. Take your pick. We, your children and grandchildren, give you the gift of TIME.
If you’re near the Maryville, West Knoxville or North Knoxville Parkview Senior Living locations, consider these activities for your Father’s Day agenda:
A day at the ballpark in Sevierville: The Tennessee Smokies will take on the Chattanooga Lookouts in a 3-game series Father’s Day weekend!
Picnic and Splash Pad fun: Available at several local parks throughout Knoxville (FREE)
Market Square: 406 Walnut Street, Knoxville, TN (parking garage)
Volunteer Landing Park: 400 Neyland Drive
New Harvest Park 4775 New Harvest Lane
Powell Station Park 2318 Emory Road, Knoxville, Lot
McFee Park: 917 McFee Rd.
World’s Fair Park: 1080 World’s Fair Park Drive
Carl Cowan Park 10058 Northshore Drive
Father’s Day Cruise on the Tennessee Riverboat: Enjoy a relaxing paddleboat cruise on the Tennessee River and soak in some of the most breathtaking views in Knoxville. ($27 – sightseeing cruise, $55 – Brunch or Dinner)
K. Knoxville Gun Show June 19-20 (adults $12, children $4): Hours: Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Knoxville Expo Center, 5441 Clinton Hwy.
If you’re in closer to the Tullahoma Parkview Senior Living Community, check out these Father’s Day activities:
Beechcraft Aviation Museum: (Adults – $10, Children & 65 and over – $8, 11 and under – FREE)
Ridgetop Hike at Fiery Gizzard Trail: Take an easy 2.5 mile hike on June 19th! ($10 tickets)
Looking for more recommendations on where to shop and eat near our Parkview Senior Living Communities? We have some great spots for you to try out right here. Our communities are situated in the heart of it all. Be sure to tag us on social media when you go and say your friends at Parkview sent you!
Although our state has released many of its Covid-19 restrictions, it is recommended that participants contact venues before venturing out for Father’s Day activities.