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Warriors' Path State Park, Kingsport
(4.5/5 based on 200 reviews on the web)
Warriors' Path State Park is a 950 acre Tennessee State Park in Colonial Heights, Kingsport, Sullivan County, Tennessee, in the United States. It is named for the Great Indian Warpath that was used by the Iroquois in war raids with the Cherokee and other tribes. The park is located around the Fort Patrick Henry Reservoir and Duck Island on the South Fork Holston River. This land was acquired from the Tennessee Valley Authority in 1952.Park activities and amenitiesTrailsThe park offers a variety of trails available for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Hiking trails travel through forests and wetlands and range from paved, accessible paths to strenuous climbs. There are also over 8mi of mountain biking trails. Horseback riding trails are available to both independent riders and those interested in guided walks. Stables offer a selection of riding horses and ponies as well as a place for owners to board their horses. Several historic settlements and houses can be seen along the trails.AquaticsA marina on Patrick Henry Reservoir offers boat slips as well as canoes and paddle boats for rent. Several public use ramps are available to visitors. Common fish in the lake include crappie, trout, catfish, bream, and bass. An Olympic-size swimming pool is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
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  • The Warrior path State Park is a small, very nice for this park to pass is the time for a few hours. In summer many picnic and barbecue areas it has what is certainly very nice Lake. Now in the fall, especially the many squirrels were a nice sight in the brightly colored deciduous forest. Very suitable for families.
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  • We stopped by this beautiful park for an warm autumn's day picnic and hike. It is very scenic. Boating, hiking , picnic, playground. 
  • We would go to the play ground with our grand kids. They LOVED it. We would see that the place was nice and clean. We have been there when the people was cleaning the place & they would do a lot of wo...  more »
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  • I have been camping at Warriors every summer since I can remember growing up, and now that I have kids of my own, we continue to enjoy it as a family. The playground is amazing, and accomodates every child. It is always a clean and safe place to spend the day. Come check it out!
  • Has everything a family could want.. horseback riding.. Big beautiful kids park... Pedal boats.. Camping and fishing.. hiking trails.. And much much more
  • We enjoy walking and coming here to go kayaking. They have picnic areas and camping available. Beautiful area for birthday parties and family gatherings.
  • Warriors Path is a great place to run away and escape. The views are tremendously beautiful, and there is a lot to do for everyone in the family! I love taking my dogs to the park!
  • The kids ...all ages had a great time but closing the pool mid august...for the winter....was a bit disappointing. Everything was squeaky clean and the only noise at night was the night time crickets. Lots of nice kids on bikes. And the people in charge of the park were super nice. They have plans for the Halloween weekend and the kids are begging to go back. Sorry we didon't make it to worship services but the kids were exhausted from staying up half the night looking for raccoons.