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Tweetsie Trail
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Johnson City
Beautiful, easy walk in nature
A good tip is to park at the community center and walk form there.
Winged Deer Park
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Johnson City
Beautiful park, incredible ball fields, soccer fields, trails and more!
There are so many things to do within Winged Deer Park from hiking, playing disc golf, to walking along the beach!
Willow Springs Park
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Johnson City
Complete with playground, volleyball court, dog park and trails this amazing landscape nestled within the city is a definite must see.
There are lots of paths to get a relaxing walk in on along with a beautiful nature trail and a large pond to feed the turtles at.
Buffalo Mountain Park
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in Johnson City
Buffalo mountain park offers several well maintained hiking trails that lead to wonderful vistas of both the Tennessee Valley and Unicoi Valley.
You can walk in nature or up a service road.
Founders Park
#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in Johnson City
I've been to several Festivals at Founders Park and enjoy its greenways and waterways.Very pleasant and relaxing and a great location!
Tannery Knobs Mountain Bike Park
#6 of 6 Nature & Parks in Johnson City
Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park Elizabethton 8.8 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Elizabethton
Love going to sycamore schools and walking the nature trails it's a peaceful walk along the river where you can see the beauties of nature also enjoy the historical aspects of the park
In addition we got to tour two historic houses that are extensions of the park ... Sabine Hill from the early 1800s and the earlier Carter Mansion, the oldest frame house in Tennessee.