Trip Planner:   USA  /  Virginia  /  Bristol  /  Parks  /  Sugar Hollow Park

Sugar Hollow Park, Bristol

#163 of 217 in Parks in Virginia
Nature / Park
Sugar Hollow Park is located in Bristol. To visit Sugar Hollow Park and other attractions in Bristol, use our Bristol vacation planner.
Create an itinerary including Sugar Hollow Park

Plan your trip to Bristol

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.

Where to stay in Bristol

Browse hundreds of hotels and read guest reviews on the world's leading online travel agency website.
Millions of travel reviews
on TripAdvisor
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
42 reviews
  • We like to walk on the boardwalk through the wetland area. Lots of water loving creatures, green, blue heron, mallards, wood ducks, snapping turtles etc. The trails are well laid out and most of the t...  more »
  • So beautiful! Clean, quiet, well maintained campground! We love this place! When we are here, we feel we are miles away, deep in the woods...when actually just minutes from just about  more »
  • Just stayed 4 nights at Sugar Hollow campground for the Rhythm and Roots music festival. It's a very good campground with super friendly staff. They now have wifi and cable TV at the sites. There is a...  more »
  • It is a great gem in the Bristol area. There is so much to do there that my kids like to go and spend the entire day st the playground and walking through the wetlands. Also for birthday parties the pool is a great size and the staff is helpful.
  • great park, great disc golf (though very spread out). big playground outside the gates, multiple smaller playgrounds inside the gate ($1). great boardwalk through a swampy area too - can see turtles, etc.
  • I camp here when I go to Thunder Valley Nationals on fathers day weekend. Great place to camp. Will visit it again.
  • I stopped for a stretch break and a chance to get exercise on a long drive. So glad I did, I may stop again the next time I go through. It's just down a 45mph road that generally parallels the interstate. Had a ton of walking options. I drove up and around the hill. Parked behind that hill and walked right to the wetland path. Saw quite a few other nice walking options in the open areas and through the woods. May just stop and camp if I need an easy overnight stop one trip, Also, there was a gas station, maybe a Citgo, where I didn't get food, but heard people talking about the barbecue there. May be a good option if you're in the area and hungry. I grabbed gas while heading west to get to the park from the interstate.
  • The trails and park was definitely worth the trip. I have lived on the TN side of Bristol and finally had an occasion to visit the park. I really liked the layout and the options available. The park has a mixture of soccer and softball fields as well as frisbee disc golf. I was impressed and plan on going back.