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Harrogate Sports Park and Little League Field

The City of Harrogate is proud to offer and maintain two sports parks for youth activities within the city.

The Harrogate Sports Park is located at 839 Forge Ridge Road and offers, at this time, two baseball fields and a soccer field. The new pavillion houses concessions and restrooms, and also provides two separate covered picnic areas with 4 accessible tables on each side.  With new fencing, dugouts, and bleachers, teams can now enjoy many events and activities at this location. Playground equipment and a health station have been added for enjoyment while at the park.

The City of Harrogate has recently recieved the property once owned and operated by the Harrogate Optimist Little League, located at 381 Washington Avenue. For many years the City helped maintain the fields for the little league, but now the grounds are under full ownership and management of the City. Work is underway to refurbish the backstops, dugouts, and to provide new bleachers for spectators.

As always, the Little League and AYSO events will still be managed, scheduled, and operated under the supervision and guidelines of the local organizations. The City of Harrogate does not plan or schedule any of the games or events held at either location.

Both facilities are a work in progress. We ask that when you visit, to please follow the park rules and help keep the grounds safe and clean for everyone.





























Contact for more information


American Youth Soccer Organization

Kristen Whitaker 



Little League Baseball

 Aaron Fox




 A Reminder For Visitors to the Park






 Harrogate Daniel Boone Greenway Arboretum


Arboretum and Greenway – Steve Roark     

Tree Identification sign – Steve Roark

Greenway Bridge – Steve Roark

Old Railroad Tunnel – Steve Roark

Covered Bridge – Steve Roark

Greenway Wooden Bridge – Steve Roark


Harrogate Tree Board
138 Harrogate Crossing
Harrogate, TN 37752
(423 )869-0211
(423) 869-0022


Trail meets ADA guidelines

A certified Tennessee Arboretum with 60 native tree species identified. The arboretum is located along the Daniel Boone Greenway, a four mile walking/ biking trail that travels through Harrogate City Park, Lincoln Memorial University campus, an old railroad tunnel, the historic town of Cumberland Gap, and Cumberland Gap National Historical Park.


On US 25-E in Harrogate, TN, located 50 miles north of Knoxville. Trail heads include Harrogate City Park, located at the junction of 25-E and Highway 63. Trail is also accessible from the Lincoln Museum, located on US 25-E near the Lincoln Memorial University main campus entrance. A third trail head is the Daniel Boone Parking Lot, located on North Cumberland Drive just off of Hwy 58 near the town of Cumberland Gap.


Pets are not allowed on the greenway


Walking, running, and bicycling, along with educational opportunities to learn more about trees of Tennessee. 



Accessible year round




Credit to National Geographic/Tennessee River Valley Geotourism Organization with photo credit to Steve Roark

National Geographic | Tennessee River Valley | Harrogate Daniel Boone Greenway Arboretum