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Wolftever Creek Greenway
Flower bedAs one of our state’s seven Walk with Me Tennessee Communities, we are proud to be committed to healthier lifestyles. You’ll find that getting around Collegedale is a breeze, so grab a neighbor and start walking. Whether you are a walker or a runner, the Greenway is a three-phase paved pedestrian trail built to provide a safe path for our residents to stay fit and healthy.

The Wolftever Creek Greenway is a paved, pedestrian walking and exercise trail. It was built to provide a safe trail for our residents. Collegedale decided to provide a greenway for its citizens and started construction of Phase I in 1998.

Beginning at the Imagination Station playground behind City Hall, Phase I stretches approximately seven-tenths of a mile. It continues north underneath Apison Pike until it intersects Wolftever Creek, follows it east, and goes underneath Ooltewah Ringgold Road, near the pond. Phase II goes over the Ooltewah Ringgold Road bridge and turns east on the other side of Wolftever Creek to Spalding Drive. Phase II is approximately eight-tenths of a mile. Phase III continues from Spalding Drive across Tucker Road to the Nature Nook located at Tallant Road and Apison Pike.

View a map of the greenway to plan your route. Additions to the greenway are being planned that will continue throughout the city and provide a safe means for walking and exercising.

City of Collegedale | 4910 Swinyar Drive, Collegedale, TN 37315-1880 | Ph: (423) 396-3135 | Fx: (423) 396-3138 | Community Contacts