1 Park near Kingsport, Tennessee
Oct 2015 - $16.00
Pretty park, something for everyone. Quiet and pretty foliage.
Appearance of the park was fine. Sites were spacious. Facilities were easy to connect and located in a convenient spot. Roads were easy to navigate if you come in on the main road. GPS took us through neighborhoods that were very hilly and narrow roads. - Thelma Jayne
Oct 2015 - $1.00
Came in at dusk to overnight and that seems to be a common use for this park as it is on the I-80/I-40 corridor down to the Smokey's/Pigeon Forge. The camp ground seemed crowded and lots of rigs pulling out in the morning. Restrooms/showers are aged and I had cold water. Our site was adjacent to river, but did not have a clear view of river. We did have a racoon lurking around site as we grilled a hamburger, so keep your trash secured. - Roadtrek210
Sep 2015 - $24.00
We have a 40 ft. rig and I had seen other reviews that warned not to take more than a 30 foot rig in there, but NO, we didn't believe them. But it's true. We needed a place to stay and I called the park ranger and she said "yes, there's a space you can fit into" and she reserved it for us by cellphone. The park is just an older park and is not designed for big rigs in any way. The one site she reserved, actually did work out and we enjoyed it, but we drove around and didn't think we could have gotten very much else. I'm grateful to the enthusiastic staff at Warrior's Path who were first class, although I'm sure they realize it's a little small. One of the biggest problems, was making the turn when getting off the freeway, and having to go down Colonial Heights Road. There is no way for a big rig with a tow to make that corner, unless the road is cleared, and you get way over to make the turn. We did it, but with help from a number of people directing us. the road from there to the park is also a very, very small country lane. One more item: we love trains, and did hear them all night long blowing the whistle for the one crossing there. If we had a smaller rig, we would go back, but feel it's too tough with what we have. - elduque