Mary Vestal Park
Project overview
YEAR: 1972 CLIENT: Vestal Community LOCATION: South Knoxville VOLUNTEER(S): Ron Childress, AIA & Gene Burr, AIA

ETCDC led a community driven effort to develop the park.

The park design included new picnic shelters, play structure, improved parking and the first section of what is to become the Goose Creek Greenway.

Typical of many neighborhood park projects to come, Mary Vestal Park was a community driven effort to improve their local city park. Architect Ron Childress led a task force that would later include architect Gene Burr to create a park design that resulted in new picnic shelters, play structure, improved parking and the first section of what is to become … Read More

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Typical of many neighborhood park projects to come, Mary Vestal Park was a community driven effort to improve their local city park. Architect Ron Childress led a task force that would later include architect Gene Burr to create a park design that resulted in new picnic shelters, play structure, improved parking and the first section of what is to become the Goose Creek Greenway.

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