Current COVID-19 Guidelines
Effective May 28, all baseball and softball fields located at Sevierville City Park and Northview Optimist Park have reopened. Tennessee Governor Bill Lee’s latest executive order allows for the reopening of these areas while recommending that users continue to practice social distancing and personal hygiene.
All City Parks and other outdoor facilities • Open Regular Hours with proper social distancing; Playgrounds, Basketball Courts and Soccer Fields remained Closed for Public Use
Greenway System • Open Regular Hours with proper social distancing encouraged PetSafe Dog Park @ City Park: • One- hour limit per person per pet for each area (large and small dogs)/social distancing encourage
“Being able to enjoy outdoor activities is especially valuable as we continue to endure the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Parks and Recreation Director Bob Parker. “We stress the importance of complying with guidance from the CDC and State when engaging in recreational activities, so that we can continue to slow the spread of this virus.”
For more information from the City regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, visit www.seviervilletn.org and click on the COVID-19 information link on the home page.
No summer is complete without visiting the Sevierville City Park. There is so much to do including lunch in the park, play time at Mt. Ton of Fun, and cooling off at the Family Aquatic Center. And with all the other amenities—tennis, basketball, playground, walking trail and picnic shelters, to name a few—you’ll find it the best place to spend those long days of summer vacation! Did you know that we offer group rentals, swim parties, and covered pavilion rentals? Visit our Park Pavilion & Gazebo Rentals page or call 865-453-5441 to make reservations.
The Parks and Recreation Department maintains several parks located throughout the City and a growing greenway system. The parks range in size and amenities. For information on a park or the greenway system, please call 865-453-5441.
The first two phases of the new inclusive playground are now complete and feature play and learning components for all ages and abilities. The playground incorporates current best practices for inclusive play by including equipment that addresses all five developmental domains: physical, social-emotional, sensory, cognitive and communication. The future third phase will add more traditional playground equipment.
Family Aquatics Center, Softball and Youth Baseball Concessions:
|Nacho w/ chili||$4.00|
|Dip N Dots||$2.25|