West Knoxville Residents that are searching for a great walking or running trail can find that and more at the Nicholas Ball Park. Located just north of I-40 off of Ball Camp Pike, Nicholas Ball Park can be described as a “Nice Park to visit to get some fresh air”. But there is more to the Nicholas Ball Park than just fresh air.
“This is a nice park with multiple uses… Tennis courts, a children’s play area, a circular walking path and baseball fields. Plenty of parking, restrooms and a concession stand as well”
The residents of Knoxville love this park mainly because it offers something for everyone, even the family pet. Nicholas Ball Park is located close to a residential neighborhood just off of Middlebrook Pike. The park features 4 baseball fields, two tennis courts, a basketball court, two tennis courts, a soccer field as well as a children’s playground. Walking trails are also available for those who are wishing to get out and exercise for a bit while others are participating in team sports.
Local Knoxville residents sing the park’s praises:
- “Our family enjoys outings to Nicholas Ball Park. The older kids can play basketball or softball and I can enjoy a little walk on the walking trail. I feel safe here, and the park is well maintained. In the spring and summer I enjoy having family lunches outside and having them at the park is fun for the entire family. Nicholas Ball Park is a great family friendly park”
- “Nicholas Ball Park is a great park to walk in for both myself and my dog!”
Nicholas Ball Park is located near several great neighborhoods, and could be considered a neighborhood park. But the little extras that it includes make it MORE than a neighborhood park.
Accidents can occur anywhere, especially while playing or participating in sports activities. And these accidents can occur when you least expect them. If you are at Nicholas Ball Park and you do have an accident, you can rest assured that there is help closeby that will help you get the specialized care that you may need! Revvl Health & Chiropractic is a short drive south.
For those parents who have fur-children, a visit to the Plumb Creek Dog Park may be more entertaining. The Plumb Creek Dog Park is a short 1.4 mile drive from the Nicholas Ball Park. The Plumb Creek Dog Park has a 7 acre play area for large dogs and includes a shelter, a water fountain and a walking path. There’s even a 1 acre play area for smaller dogs that also includes a shelter and a water fountain.
Whether your children have two legs or four, Nicholas Ball Park is perfect for afternoon family outings.
Driving Directions from Nicholas Ball Park to Revvl Health & Chiropractic
Head northeast toward Ball Camp Pike
Turn left onto Ball Camp Pike
Continue onto TN-131 S
Use the right lane to take the ramp onto TN-162 S
Take the Dutchtown Rd exit
Continue straight onto Cogdill Rd
Turn right onto Technology Dr
Arrive at 10215 Technology Dr #100