Kingsport Speedway
Kingsport Speedway has provided race fans in the Tri-Cities, Tennessee and surrounding areas with exciting short track racing since 1965. The speedway has undergone four surface changes in its 50 plus years of existence. Founded as a dirt track in 1965, the facility transitioned to an asphalt track in 1969, back to dirt track in 1984, and then to its current concrete surface in 1996.


Tweetsie Trail
The Tweetsie Trail is a rails-to-trails project traversing former ET&WNC railroad right-of-way between Johnson City and Elizabethton.  Because of the unique sound of the locomotive whistle, the railroad and its trains became unofficially yet affectionately known as the “tweetsie.”  The trail provides opportunities for walking, hiking, running, biking, etc. on a relatively flat grade in a beautiful, natural setting. When complete, the 10-mile trail will be the longest rails-to-trails project in Tennessee!


Buffalo Mountain Park and Johnson City Parks
Buffalo Mountain Park is a 725-acre natural resource area obtained in 1994 through a land swap with the U.S. Forest Service. The park is located on the north slope of Buffalo Mountain and consists of steep topography and densely forested land. The park functions as a nature preserve primarily for hiking, picnicking, and nature programs.


Bristol Motor Speedway
Bristol Motor Speedway, known among the racing community as "The Last Great Colosseum" is located in Bristol, Tenn. The popular motorsports venue hosts NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide, K&N East Series and Camping World Truck Series events each year.


Bristol Caverns
Far below the earth's surface, in the timeless beauty of Bristol Caverns, a strange and exciting experience awaits you.