Bristol, Johnson City, and Kingsport Area Campgrounds

Johnson City, Tennessee

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These cities, located in the northeast corner of Tennessee, are nicknamed “the Tri-Cities.” All three are modest-size cities with a small-town feel. Here the traveler can find everything from car racing to art museums to college basketball games. Most of this area is surrounded by the Cherokee National Forest, and between the national forest and Tennessee state parks, there are more than 400 individual campsites. The campgrounds in this eTrail include: Backbone Rock, Jacobs Creek, Little Oak, Johnson County Welcome Center, Low Gap, Carden's Bluff, Roan Mountain State Park, Dennis Cove, Limestone Cove, Rock Creek, and Warrior's Path State Park.
Camping Tennessee

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Camping Tennessee

by Harold R. Stinnette (Falcon Guides)

These cities, located in the northeast corner of Tennessee, are nicknamed “the Tri-Cities.” All three are modest-size cities with a small-town feel. Here the traveler can find everything from car racing to art museums to college basketball games. Most of this area is surrounded by the Cherokee National Forest, and between the national forest and Tennessee state parks, there are more than 400 individual campsites.

The campgrounds in this eTrail include: Backbone Rock, Jacobs Creek, Little Oak, Johnson County Welcome Center, Low Gap, Carden's Bluff, Roan Mountain State Park, Dennis Cove, Limestone Cove, Rock Creek, and Warrior's Path State Park.

©  Harold R. Stinnette/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Johnson City
Additional Use: Swimming, Boating, Golf/Disc Golf, Fishing, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Biking, Horseback Riding
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Contacts: Cherokee National Forest, Watauga Ranger District, Nolichucky / Unaka Ranger District
Driving Directions: Directions to Bristol, Johnson City, and Kingsport Area Campgrounds

Recent Trail Reviews

7/4/2008
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You will enjoy the scenic and quiet atmosphere in this area. The family has plenty to look at and do. There is a place for swimming, hiking, and trails to discover the beauty of earth's love for us. Sam Oliver


9/8/2004
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