The Ultimate Guide to Knoxville Summer Fun

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The Ultimate Guide to Knoxville Summer Fun

Looking for the most fun this summer? Have no fear, Knoxville Moms has you covered with The Ultimate Guide to Knoxville Summer Fun!

Knoxville Summer Fun for the Whole Family

  • Go on a safari! Briarwood Ranch Safari Park is open in Morristown, and your little ones will absolutely love seeing all of these amazing animals.
  • Regal just released their lineup for the Kids Summer Movie Express. All movies are $1 on Tuesday/Wednesday in the AM all summer long. Check your local theater to find out the specific time. (Currently listed as 11:25 AM EST but call to double check!)
  • Believe it or not, you can still see movies on the big screen! Parkway Drive-In Theatre in Maryville is already open!
  • Let your kids cook you a meal for once, or at the very least, learn to cook yourself a meal at FlourPower Kids Cooking Studios!
  • Take a free trip up to the observation deck of the Sunsphere. (closed currently, stay tuned!)
  • Zoo Knoxville just opened the new Clayton Family Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Campus (ARC). Make sure to check it out!
  • Where’s Waldo? You tell me after you participate in the Where’s Waldo Scavenger Hunt downtown during the month of July.
  • Enjoy a First Friday at least once this summer.
  • Spend a day giving back to the wonderful community you live in.
  • There are tons of putt-putt options just across the way in Pigeon Forge, but if you want to stay close, play a round at Sir Gooney’s or Putt-Putt Golf & Games.
  • Take some beautiful family photos at UT Gardens.

Knoxville Summer Eats

Knoxville Summer Outdoor Adventures

Worth the Drive

Fun at Home

  • Let your kids set up a lemonade stand (or something else fun) and consider visiting and donating the proceeds to any of Knoxville’s great local nonprofits.
  • Buy all the things at the Dollar Tree, and craft until your heart’s content. Or for that matter, let your kids go crazy and give them $10 to spend.
  • Visit your nearest KARM and buy some board games or puzzles for a family game night!
  • Let Dolly Parton read your kids a bedtime story.
  • Have a Retro ’90s Family Movie Night from the comfort of your own home. Or you if you really want to up your game, rent a projector and have an outdoor movie night.

Knoxville Learning Fun

Knoxville Indoor Fun

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