Ashburn-Coppock Park

Open dawn to dusk.

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Ashburn-Coppock Park is located atop the bluff at the south end of Tom Lee Park.

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Parking

There is a small public parking lot accessible from Riverside Dr at Georgia. Parking lot open during park hours.

Butler Park

Open dawn to dusk.

Get Here

Butler Park overlooks Tom Lee Park atop the Bluff. Access the park from the River Line, Butler Ave. or stairs from Tom Lee Park.

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Parking

Tom Lee Park Lot.

Big River Crossing

Open daily, 6AM–10PM

Get Here

Big River Crossing is located on Virginia Ave W, just off Channel 3. Dr.

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Bike Share

There are two Explore Bike Share Stations along the Crossing – one on the Arkansas side and one on the Tennessee Side.

Parking

Public parking is available at both the Memphis and Arkansas terminuses of Big River Crossing.

Chickasaw Heritage Park

Open dawn to dusk.

Get Here

Chickasaw Heritage Park is located south of I-55 on Metal Museum Dr.

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Parking

Street parking on Metal Museum Dr.

E. H. Crump Park

Open dawn to dusk.

Get Here

E. H. Crump Park is located south of I-55 on Illinois Ave.

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Parking

Street parking on Illinois Ave.

Martyrs Park

Open dawn to dusk.

Get Here

Martyrs Park is located south of Big River Crossing and is accessible from Channel 3 Dr.

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Parking

There is a small public parking lot in the park. Parking lots open in line with park hours.

Tom Lee Park

Open dawn to dusk.

Get Here

Tom Lee Park is on Riverside Drive between Beale and Georgia.

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Bike Share

There are two Explore Bike Share Stations in the park – one at Beale Street Landing and one near the parking lot in the center.

Parking

Public parking lot in the park – open with park hours.

Vance Park

Open dawn to dusk.

Get Here

Vance Park overlooks Beale Street Landing atop the Bluff. Access the park from the River Line, Vance Ave. or stairs from Tom Lee Park.

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Parking

Tom Lee Park Lot.

This is your park. Enjoy it and help keep it clean, safe and beautiful.

Be cordial and respectful to other park users.

Pick up after yourself, your children and pets and use all designated trash receptacles.

Visitors may be subject to video monitoring while in the park.

Walk Your Dog!

Dogs are welcome in all Memphis River Parks. Please make sure to keep dogs on a leash unless in a designated dog park.

Play a Game!

Bring your balls, games, hula-hoops, bags and activities and enjoy them in the park.

Work Out!

Run, train, hula-hoop… whatever you do to keep fit, you can do it in Memphis River Parks. Please be mindful of others who may not be moving through the park as quickly as you.

Take a Photo!

Take advantage of the most beautiful spot on the Mississippi River to shoot your best selfies. Tag us @memriverparks and use #cometotheriver.

Have a Picnic!

You’re welcome to bring a meal to enjoy with family and friends. No alcohol please.

Make New Friends!

Say hi to someone you don’t know and chat about what you love about Memphis.

But Don't:

Drink or sell alcohol without all relevant city permits and prior authorization from the partnership.

Vend or sell food or drinks without prior authorization from the partnership.

Close the park, or a section of the park, to public use. Inquire about park rentals here.

Destroy or tamper with grass, trees, plantings or flowers.

The Memphis Riverfront started from a vision.

The Memphis Riverfront Concept is a vision document prepared by Studio Gang for the City of Memphis and Memphis River Parks Partnership describing a sequence of actionable investments to build a connected, catalytic and fun riverfront.

Guided by the Concept, the Partnership has prioritized investment into the most visible section of the riverfront adjacent to downtown. Two major projects, River Garden and River Line opened in November, 2018. The remediation of the historic Cobblestone Landing and the new Tom Lee Park will begin in 2019. 

Download the concept and see before and after images of Tom Lee Park here.

TOM LEE PARK DESIGN MEMPHIS RIVERFRONT CONCEPT

Host your next event at the river.

There are many options to host weddings, birthday parties, family reunions and more at the riverfront. We charge rental fees based on the impact to the park and to the public.

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