Sleep Inn & Suites
200 Hospitality Place
Kingsport, TN 37663
Phone: (423) 279-1811
Fax: (423) 279-0877
200 Hospitality Place, Kingsport, TN, US, 37663
- Phone: (423) 279-1811
- Fax: (423) 279-0877
The Exchange Place is a restored building showing eight original reconstructed buildings and four historic breeds of livestock.
Kingsport Greenbelt consists of nine miles of bicycle trails along parts of the Reedy Creek and Holston River.
This speedway has two oval tracks with concrete surfaces. One track equals three-eighths of a mile and the other one-fifth of a mile. Racing takes place March through September.
The Kingsport Renaissance Center is a community building that houses many fine arts organizations.
This section of the Greenbelt Linear Park includes a swinging bridge, picnic area, playground, jogging/bicycle path, fishing and historical markers.
Downtown Kingsport is encircled by a 1.8 mile trail that can be used to enjoy Kingsport
Beechwood Music Center provides a pleasant family atmosphere with bands performing Friday and Saturday nights.
The Downtown Kingsport Association has preserved its historic buildings, providing an acknowledgement of the town's rich history and culture, by restoring the downtown area to enable more people to live, work, shop, and relax there.
Features the region's finest softball and soccer facilities, 1/2-mile fitness track, 1 1/2 miles of wooded nature trails, 9-hole disc golf course, and open picnic tables. At the lakefront, fish or stroll along the lighted boardwalk and enjoy sand volleyball.
Bays Mountain is a nature preserve owned and operated by the city. The facilities include a 3,500 acre outdoor nature preserve, a 44 acre lake, and a nature center/museum. The nature center houses a planetarium with a 40 foot diameter dome. The park offers public as well as school programs. The hours change througout the year, call for details.
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One of the nation's most historic routes, the Wilderness Trail was blazed by Daniel Boone in 1775. It soon became the route for hundreds of thousands of settlers of the western frontier. A driving tour is available and follows the Wilderness Trail to Cumberland Gap as closely as possible. This guide is arranged by stops, beginning at the Long Island of the Holston near the historic Netherland Inn.