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Die besten Parks in Sullivan County

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“A 950-acre park is located on the shores of the Patrick Henry Reservoir on the Holston River. The park is home to premier boating and fishing activity, hiking trails, an internationally-renowned mountain bike trail system (which is a designated National Recreational Trail), an award-winning nature education program and a nationally recognized golf course. Warriors’ Path is the only Tennessee State Park with a Boundless Playground - where children of all physical and mental abilities can play together. ”
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“The lake and the trails are amazing. Don't forget to visit the nature center. ”
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Park
“Offers 8,600 acres of protected mountain terrain, located in beautiful Johnson County, in the High Country of North East Tennessee. We are a desirable Outdoor Recreation Destination, where safety meets adventure. Here you can enjoy over 50 miles of blazed trails, including ATV Trails offering all difficulty ratings, peaceful and scenic Hiking Trails for all experience levels and challenging Mountain Biking Trails for two wheel peddling enthusiasts. All of our open Adventure Trails have good signage for your convenience. We are known for not being crowded and for offering a quiet wilderness experience. You will enjoy our protected natural resources and good long range views. Our Main Attractions are the Kettlefoot Fire Tower that stands atop Doe Mountain at 3889’ elevation and Chimney Rock Overlook, that provides breathtaking views of Roan Creek Valley and beyond. The Doe Mountain Adventure Center is located at the Harbin Hill Trailhead and serves as the base camp for all mountain activities and is where we hold Safety Classes, Interpretive Programs and Outdoor Adventure Expositions. It is also our Trail Information Center, where you can purchase User Permits and obtain Trail Maps and Trail Books. A great place for families, friends and groups to explore the outdoors together. ”
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Wanderweg
“The Appalachian Trail goes through the largest expanse of grass open lands in the Southern Appalachians. ”
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Campground
“A 24 mile long lake that is formed by the third largest earthen dam in the world and offers excellent fishing, boating, skin diving, and water skiing opportunities, as well as camping and picnicking.”
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Park
“Walking and biking trail (paved) along the Holston River. Has parks along the way! 8 miles total.”
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“Free to get in. Curvy (at times scary!) road winds up the side of the mountain to get there. Beautiful park with walking paths, hiking up the mountain, waterfalls, and also tennis and disc golf. The movie "The River" was filmed here.”
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