Seven Islands State Birding Park, Kodak

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State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Seven Islands State Birding Park is a state park in Knox County, Tennessee located east of Knoxville near Kodak along the French Broad River. The park was created for birdwatching. The diverse grassland landscapes and the river create a habitat for more than 180 species of birds.

The park was opened on July 1, 2014 by state and local officials.
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  • Though this is a little out of the way, this place is worth the drive. We saw a lot of different birds, butterflies, a fawn, and a mouse.  more »
  • Gorgeous park. Clean, and well maintained. Beautiful scenery. Nature and wildlife abundant. Variety walking trails .  more »
  • The park was very lush. The guide was very knowledgeable about the plants and birds we saw. They added gets guide was very knowledgeable about butterfly's. I really enjoyed the hike and will go back for other programs. I was happy to see dogs were allowed on leash. I would hope people would only bring calm dogs, so not to scare away the wildlife.
  • Great little park to spend an afternoon. Easy trails, but not much shade. We saw lots of birds, and small animals. Rest by the cool river. Take your pets, but keep them on a leash. It was very hot today, so bring plenty of water.

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