- This is your park. Enjoy it and help keep it clean, safe and beautiful.
- To all park users, be cordial and polite.
- Pick up and use all assigned trash receptacles after yourself, your children and pets.
- Whilst in the park, visitors can be subject to video surveillance.
Walk Your Dog!
In all of the Memphis River Parks, dogs are allowed. Please ensure that dogs are kept on a leash unless they are in a designated dog park.
Play a Game!
Bring and enjoy your balls, cards, hula-hoops, bags and activities in the park.
Run, train, hula-hoop… whatever you do to keep fit, you can do it in Memphis River Parks. Please be careful of those who may not travel as easily as you across the park.
Take a Photo!
To shoot your best selfies, take advantage of the Mississippi River’s most beautiful location.
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 like about Memphis.
Drink or sell alcohol without all applicable city licenses and the partnership’s prior authorization.
Market or sell food or beverages without the partnership’s prior authorization.
Close the park to public access, or a part of the park.
Destroy or tamper with grass, trees, plantings or flowers.
The Memphis Riverfront started from a vision.
The Memphis Riverfront Concept is a vision document for the City of Memphis and Memphis River Parks Partnership prepared by Studio Gang that outlines a sequence of actionable investments to create a connected, catalytic and fun riverfront.
The alliance, led by the idea, prioritized investment in the most noticeable portion of the riverfront adjacent to downtown. River Garden and River Line, two main projects, opened in November 2018. In 2021, the remediation of the historic Cobblestone Landing and the new Tom Lee Park will commence.
Every visitor will definitely love this place! You’ll see beautiful views and a great atmosphere. We highly recommend that you ride the bird scooters and experience the thrill of it.
Memphis, Tennessee, is home to some gorgeous green, open spaces and parks for you to lose yourself in. Check out these others you shouldn’t miss:
- Shelby Farms Park
- Peabody Park
- Greenbelt Park
- Tom Lee Park
- Overton Park
- Martyrs Park
- Heroes Park
- Nesbit Park – Stanky Creek Trails
These amazing parks are located just down the street from our location at South Third Street across from The Southgate Shopping Center. Stop by for a visit anytime!