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Kingsport Things to Do

  • King's Boat Yard

    Introduction to Kingsport, TennesseeKingsport, Tennessee, in Sullivan county, is 20 miles NW of Johnson City, Tennessee and 132 miles NW of Charlotte, North Carolina. The city is located in the Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol metropolitan area. Kingsport has a population of 44,905.Kingsport HistoryKingsport was originally inhabited by the Cherokee...

  • Netherland Inn

    The historic Netherland Inn, 2144 Netherland Inn Road, will hold its 1818 Christmas at the Inn. The Ben Ellis Band will perform on Friday, the popular Celtic band, Sigean, will return on Saturday night, and Celtic harpist, Sandra Parker, of Abingdon will perform on Sunday. Historic re-enactors John Byington, Rick Ragle and Scott Smith, members of...

  • Netherland Inn House Museum and Boatyard...

    Netherland Inn is a historical site located on the banks of the Holsten River.Originally built as a house in 1802 by William King, from with Kingsport derives it's name, Netherland Inn came into the hands of Richard Netherland in 1818. Mr. Netherland turned the building into a popular stagecoach inn, since it is located on the Great Old Stage Road,...


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Kingsport Restaurants

  • American Favorites with a Regional Flair

    Surrounded by shiny lures, photographs of shimmering trout, and miscellaneous fly fishing gear, you'll enjoy dining on fish fresh from the streams. Entrees include goodies like blackened catfish, cranberry almond trout, and pecan crusted perch. In addition to fish, the menu offers pork, chicken, pasta, and salads. Desserts like key lime pie,...

  • Spicing Up Downtown Kingsport

    12 Bones, opened 2007, has won ABC Good Morning America's Best Bites Challenge.They serve an awesome southern-style barbeque.they serve pork, chicken and beef along with jalepino cheese grits, pepper jack mashed taters, corn pudding and all kinds of good stuff. They buy their desserts down the corner at a local bakery.I had a great experience...

  • Refreshingly Modern in Downtown.

    Kaffe Blue serves gourmet coffees, sandwiches, soups, salads, desserts, etc in a distinctly modern atmosphere. This is a great place to go for a relaxing lunch break or out with friends.There's a fireplace along one wall surrounded by couches and bookshelves for those of us who love reading.


Kingsport Nightlife

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    Kingsport goes to bed...

    by jessicarobinson07 Written Mar 1, 2008

    Kingsport doesn't have a hot night life, for sure. Yeah, bars and stuff are open, but everything closes, restaurants included at a relatively early hour.
    Don't expect to do any shopping after 9pm unless you're going to Wal-mart.
    Stores don't open until 11 or 12 on Sundays either.

    If your looking for fun- head to Johnson City about 15 minutes away.

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Kingsport Off The Beaten Path

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    Go to the park

    by echogirl Written May 17, 2003

    If you're in Kingsport, stop by Warrior's Path State Park. It's a wonderful place to take the kids and the dog!

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