Allandale Mansion – Rental Facilities

  • 4444 West Stone Drive

Allandale Mansion, the "White House of Kingsport", is a magnificent location for any special day. Whether it's a wedding, civic event, family gathering, group meeting, community gathering or party -... Learn More

Borden Park – Picnic Shelters

  • 901 Lamont Street

Borden Park is a 17 acre neighborhood park with many recreational components. The Park features include: 2 – 48′ x 22′ Shelters with 2 picnic tables and an outdoor grill, 1 – 44’ x... Learn More

Borden Park – Rental Facilities

  • 901 Lamont Street

Borden Park is a 17 acre neighborhood park with many recreation components. Rental Spaces Available Include: A multi purpose building – This facility has a tile floor, restrooms and game tables.  Tables... Learn More

Civic Auditorium – Rental Facilities

  • 1550 Fort Henry Drive

Opened in 1940, the  Civic Auditorium was designed to be the cornerstone of the Parks and Recreation department in Kingsport. The Civic Auditorium has a rich history. From legendary country... Learn More

Kingsport Farmer’s Market Pavilion – Rental Facilities

  • 308 Clinchfield Street

The Kingsport Farmers Market Pavilion was first opened on August 3, 2012. In addition to the weekly Kingsport Farmers Market, it is a ‘mixed use’ space used for all sorts... Learn More

Lynn View Community Center – Rental Facilities

  • 257 Walker Street

Lynn View High School, Sullivan County, Tennessee, opened it’s doors to the first students in the fall of 1948, with the first graduating class crossing the stage in the spring... Learn More

Renaissance Center – Rental Facilities

  • 1200 East Center Street

The Kingsport Renaissance Center is a facility which serves the community as a center for the arts, community recreation, senior citizen’s activities, and as a facility for business meetings, parties,... Learn More

V.O. Dobbins, Sr. Complex – Rental Facilities

  • 300 Louis Street

V.O. Dobbins, Sr. Complex is a multi-purpose facility adjacent to a neighborhood park. In 1913 African American children began attending Oklahoma Grove School; later moved into a school at the... Learn More