The Splash Pad offers a completely automated, Safari-themed water playground for all ages.
Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia have plenty to offer in the way of recreational opportunities, including numerous city and county parks that give residents an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. Whether you're looking for a place to play or a quiet green space where you can get away from it all, chances are you won't have to look far.
The region's parks offer a wide range of activities, including playgrounds, picnic shelters, walking trails, bike paths, fishing holes, sports facilities and more. To help you make the most of the offerings, Sunday Stories is highlighting one park each week. This week's featured park is Kingsport's Splash Pad.
Riverview Splash Pad
1101 Martin Luther King Blvd
(former Riverview Pool location)
Kingsport, TN 37660
About the park: The Riverview Splash Pad celebrated its grand opening and dedication on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2006. It is located next to the V.O. Dobbins, Sr., Complex.
Park Features: The Splash Pad offers a completely automated water playground for all ages.The water playground is Safari themed and has colorfully painted murals and signs that look like animals.
The facility is free and open daily, May through September. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., but may vary seasonally. Although the Splash Pad itself cannot be rented, the adjacent park does feature two shelters which are available for party rentals. There are restrooms onsite.
For more information: 423-224-9400.
For shelter reservations: Call 423-224-2489 or 423-224-2428comments powered by Disqus