Kingsport residents and visitors have the opportunity to experience a variety of activities throughout the year. Here are some of the Kingport area's finest sites of interest.
Kingsport Convention and Visitors Bureau - view the website.
Allandale Mansion - is a beautiful Mansion left to the City of Kingsport for public use.
Bays Mountain Park - has a bit of fun for everyone, including a planetarium and wolf habitat.
The Exchange Place - depicts farm life in the early 19th century.
Netherland Inn - is a majestic riverside inn on the Holston River that was built in 1802, which contained a tavern, a stage and a boatyard.
The Hammond House - also on the National Register of Historic Places is a renovated late nineteenth century home in the Historic Boatyard Distric.
Warrior's Path State Park - is a local attraction within a few minutes drive of downtown Kingsport.
As you venture further, Jonesborough, the oldest town in Tennessee and the capital of the "Lost State of Franklin."
Bristol Motor Speedway - is a NASCAR track found just about a half hours drive east of Kingsport; except on race day.
Rocky Mount -is a historic site in nearby Piney Flats, were tours reveal the 18th century lifestyle though demostations of the various farming tools and techniques of the time.
State Park - is just down the road in Johnson City is an excellent place to enjoy the beautiful scenery and wildlife of east Tennessee and the Appalachian Mountains.