November 5, 2019


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About Knoxville, TN

Knoxville is one of the region’s most accessible cities for authentic outdoor adventure. Whether on a greenway through a historic park or on a natural trail through the woods, you will observe historic relics and beautiful wildflowers among the dogwood trees. Pedal your way along the colorful dogwood trails on family friendly bike rides through scenic neighborhoods and on local greenways. Knoxville’s varied and inspiring landscapes offer the perfect spot for any type of outdoor adventure. You won’t have to venture far to find a trail for running, river for paddling, a forest for hiking, or trail for watching native wildlife. From exciting downhill single-track trails to serene quarry lakes, bubbling mountain streams, or impressive rock outcrops, Knoxville’s varied and inspiring landscapes offer the perfect spot for any type of outdoor adventure.

The three days of the 2024 US Trail Running Conference takes place in Knoxville, Tennessee, at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum – these days are focused on providing inspiration and education for race directors, event organizers, and for trail runners to also add their voices to these important conversations.

Conference room blocks and specials for registrants, exhibitors and speakers

We are excited to be bringing the 2024 US Trail Running Conference to Tennessee for the first time in the twelve year history of the event. Our partners at the Visit Knoxville Sports Commission  have arranged discounted rates with The ……a selection of local hotels and accommodations that provide comfortable lodging within a short distance of the Rosehill Community Center, and to the many attractions that Mukilteo has to offer.

We have special very affordable room rates for all attendees, speakers, sponsors, and exhibitors, at our host hotels. Please make sure to check on availability for your room choices and do let us know if you have any issues at all.

Note the following room information is for the 2024 Conference

Courtyard Knoxville Downtown

A short 6 minute walk (0.3 miles) from the Civic Auditorium, all of the rooms at the Courtyard Knoxville Downtown include free high speed internet, a fitness center, and a grab-n-go or hot breakfast at an additional charge. Check in is from 3 pm, and checkout is up to 12 noon. Please use the booking link below to access your discounted rate. The hotel is 15.1 miles from McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS). Approx Uber cost for a one way airport trip is $10-30 depending on timing.
Note there is a car parking charge of $23 per night.

Room block group rate – $139 standard king, $154 for double queen, $164 Residence Inn Studio King – note room rates quoted are exclusive of local taxes and fees.

◊ 210 West Church Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, 37902

Booking link for Courtyard Knoxville Downtown

Places to Eat & Drink

Experience a taste of the South in the thriving food scene of Knoxville, Tennessee! From the vibrant downtown to the historic Old City, our restaurant scene features a full menu of tradition and innovation. Taste farm-to-table freshness in every bite with locally sourced ingredients, lovingly prepared by our community’s talented chefs. Whether you’re a casual food lover or an avid foodie, Knoxville’s diverse cuisine will satiate your culinary cravings with everything from Southern comfort food to global gourmet. Get ready to savor the mouthwatering menus of Knoxville’s world-class eateries – a must-visit destination for any epicurean adventurer. ⇒ Learn more today!

Pride Landing Page

Knoxville is a vibrant city that takes pride in its LGBTQIA+ friendly atmosphere. As you walk around downtown Knoxville, you’ll notice that almost every business has an equality sticker or flag in the window, showcasing the city’s commitment to inclusivity. The LGBTQIA+ community in Knoxville is active and engaged, and newcomers are often pleasantly surprised by the warm reception they receive. With a large and welcoming queer community, Knoxville is a place where you can feel safe and supported. See more details at this link on the places to visit in Knoxville that are committed to inclusivity.


Celebrate Black History

February may be Black History Month, but Black history is American history, and in Knoxville there’s plenty to go around for the whole year. Learn more about area Black history attractions, Black-owned businesses and upcoming events at this link.




Experience Knoxville Savings pass

This is a digital passport that attendees can add to their phone as a ‘shortcut’ (not an app), with discounts to many local businesses including several restaurants. Knoxville offers something for everyone. Whatever your passion, we know how to fuel it. Our ever-growing list of things to do includes everything from historical tours to outdoor adventure. Along the way, you’ll discover fine food, festivals, award-winning theatres and music for every ear. We truly are a-nature-loving-adventure-seeking-artsy-kinda-town. While you’re here attending your conference or sporting event, experience Knoxville like a local. In partnership with our local attractions, shops and restaurants, Visit Knoxville has secured these deals just for you and your fellow attendees. If you need a pick-me-up caffeine break, a one-of-a-kind Knoxville souvenir or a dinner sure to satisfy, enjoy these great offers and see for yourself why #KNOXROCKS! See details about the Experience Knoxville Savings Pass at this link.

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