Address 1: Hemlock Road
Open all Year: Yes
Number of Sites: 134
Electric Water: 94
Full Hook: Yes
Warriors’ Path State Park was named for the park’s proximity to the ancient war and trading path used by the Cherokee. Since that time, the park land has known a long history of travelers, and is still a pathway for modern-day outdoor enthusiasts. The 950-acre area was acquired from the Tennessee Valley Authority is 1952, to serve the people who live in or visit this section of Northeast Tennessee. It is situated on the shores of TVA’s Patrick Henry Reservoir on the Holston River.
The park has 134 campsites, all with tables and grills, and 94 are equipped with water and electric hookups. The other 40 sites are located in the overflow campground which is only open from Memorial Day – Labor Day. Modern bathhouses provide hot showers and lavatories. There are 2 dumping stations available for self-contained RV’s and Trailer rigs. Campsites are available on first-come, first-served basis. Length of stay is two weeks year around. The campground check-in station is located near the campground entrance.
Year-round lake fishing can be enjoyed at Warriors’ Path. A valid Tennessee fishing license is required. Catches generally include crappie, bream, bass, trout and catfish.
Nearly 12-miles of trails meander through park woodlands offering great views, a diversity of wildlife habitats, and a richness of typical East Tennessee forests, fields and wetlands
Warriors’ Path is one of the most popular picnic areas in the state. Thirty-seven picnic tables with grills are scattered along the park’s lakeshore. The picnic tables are easily accessible to restrooms, water fountains, concession stands and playgrounds.