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 throughout the year. 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 a quiet, neighborhood park in Kingsport.
Rotherwood Heights Neighborhood Park
3415 W. Virginia Street
About the park: Rotherwood Heights Park, located on Virginia Avenue in Kingsport, is a public park that's open from dawn until dark. It has a short natural surface walking trail, a basketball goal, parking, playground equipment and picnic shelters. It is located next to Mount Zion Baptist Church, just off of West Stone Drive. There are four picnic shelters equipped with charcoal grills available for family picnics and barbecues. A large grassy area, combined with the park's playground equipment, gives kids an opportunity to get some exercise while their parents watch from afar. The gazebo, shelters and nearby trees provide some cool shade on hot days. For more active visitors, there is also a walking trail and a basketball court where visitors can shoot some hoops.
Park Features: Large grassy area, basketball court, playground equipment, picnic shelters, and a walking trail.
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