Domtar Park – Walking Path
Domtar Park is a multi-purpose community park located on Long Island of the Holston River. Long Island has historic significance as a site where peaceful Indian gatherings were held. The Cherokee Nation owns property on Long Island, which is commemorated by a stone marker.
The Park features include:
A 3,315” paved loop, 9’ wide walking path, as well as, dirt walking trails on the West end of the Island. 2 – 13′ x 17′ climate controlled meeting rooms, 8 baseball/softball fields, an 11′ x 18′ boat access ramp, full service concessions (operated by Kingsport Parks and Recreation), a large children’s playground, 2 lighted flagpoles, lighted parking lots, picnic tables with umbrellas, ornamental landscaping, restrooms and a sand volleyball court are also available at the park.