Kingsport Carousel

The Kingsport Carousel is a totally renovated 1956 Allen Herschell Carousel located inside the temperature controlled “Pal’s Roundhouse” at 350 Clinchfield Street Kingsport, TN (at the corner of E. Center Street & Clinchfield Street in Downtown Kingsport). The Carousel is open 5 days a week all year long. All rides are $1. Children under 42 inches tall must be accompanied by an adult.

Sip and Stroll

Come downtown on the first Thursday of every month for Sip and Stroll! Grab a glass of wine and stroll the blocks and shop during extended hours. Take advantage of special discounts from participating merchants while enjoying live music and refreshments.

Centennial Park

To celebrate Kingsport’s Centennial in 2017, the Kingsport Community Foundation collaborated with the City of Kingsport Centennial Commission to accomplish the Centennial Park Project. Celebrating the Kingsport Spirit, Kingsport’s Centennial Park provides a unique destination and link to downtown Kingsport that commemorates the community’s past, present and future. Bring the kids to enjoy the splash pad for a fun activity for the whole family!

Barking Lot

The Barking Lot is Downtown Kingsport’s first dog park located at 124 Cherokee Street. The park is open from dawn to dusk and free to the community!

Scott Adams Skate Park

Scott Adams Memorial Skate Park is an approximately 10,000 sq ft concrete park. Helmets, elbow/knee/wrist pads and other safety equipment are strongly encouraged. Children should be accompanied by an adult. The facility is unsupervised and users assume their own risk. Admission is free.  The park is open to bikers and skateboarders. Playground equipment and shelters are nearby

Kingsport Axe House

Twilight Alive Summer Concert Series

Love live music? We’ve got you covered. Throughout the summer, visit Downtown Kingsport every Friday night at 7 for great live music. Don’t forget your lawn chair!

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