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October 19 + 20  will be a very busy weekend at Shelby Farms Park! Please be prepared for additional traffic, possible delays and road closures. Remember to pack your patience and to be courteous as you maneuver through traffic and parking areas! 


Farm Road will be closed to through traffic at Walnut Grove and at Mullins Station  from 8am Saturday, October 19 to midnight Sunday, October 20. All traffic entering at Farm Road and Walnut Grove will be directed to park in the General Admission Parking Lot on the West Side of Farm Road


Public Boat Launch Parking at Hyde Lake: Public boat launch parking is closed Saturday, October 19 + Sunday, October 20
Disc Golf Course:
The course is closed through October  24
Pine Lake Drive: Closed through October 24


Please visit for maps, parking + gate  information, FAQs and more. 



The entire Park is open as usual for the weekend, with the exception of the Disc Golf Course. Please be aware that with the large number of festival goers in the Park on Saturday and Sunday, your experience at the Park may not be what you regularly enjoy.   

Areas on the north + east sides of the Park, such as the Woodland Discovery Playground or the Outback Off-Leash Dog Park, may not be as heavily attended as other parts of the Park, including the Heart of the Park. 

You may enter the Park off Farm Road, but you will be directed to Mempho Music Festival parking which is located west of Farm Road across from the regular park entrance. 

If you have reservations at Go Ape or the stables, please enter through Gate 10 off of Mullins Station.

Get Outside! Fitness: Tai Chi

09/04/2019, 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Weekly on Wednesday

AutoZone Front Porch at the First Tennessee Foundation Visitor Center (6903 Great View Drive North, Memphis, TN 38134) map


Relieve stress and increase flexibility by participating in Tai Chi classes led by a certified instructor Richard Link, a Senior Trainer at Tai Chi for Health Institute. Tai Chi is an ancient practice that is enjoyable and safe for every fitness level. The slow, meditative movements of Tai Chi increase strength, range of motion and coordination. Classes can be enjoyed either sitting or standing. Comfortable shoes and loose clothing are recommended. Please bring a personal water bottle.

Get Outside! Tai Chi is part of Shelby Farms Park's Get Outside! Fitness Programs. This project is funded under a Grant Contract with the State of Tennessee.