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CONTACT


Kingsport Convention and Visitors Bureau
400 Clinchfield Street, Suite 100

Kingsport, TN 37660

Website: VisitKingsport.com

Jud Teague – Executive Director
jteague@visitkingsport.com
423-392-8818

Frank Lett – Associate Executive Director
Frank@visitkingsport.com
423-392-8831

John Pendleton – Sports Marketing Manager
jpendleton@visitkingsport.com
423-392-8828

INFO


Kingsport and the Tri-Cities have been ranked by Golf Digest Magazine as one of the Best Places to Live in the U.S. for golfers and features a number of amazing outdoor experiences.

Highlights include:

  • Being named as one of the Top Ten Cities to walk by Walking Magazine
  • Kingsport’s Greenbelt, a 10-mile walking and biking trail
  • Warriors Path State Park, the most visited state park in Tennessee
  • Bays Mountain Park, a 3,500-acre nature preserve with 22 miles of hiking and biking trails, a 44-acre reservoir lake, nature center and museum, planetarium and native wildlife habitats.
  • Kingsport is near five national parks, 15 state parks and six TVA lakes
  • The Fun Fest Crazy 8’s Road Race, which holds both men’s and women’s 8-K world records, was listed by Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine as one of the Top Five Best Road Races in the South
  • Kingsport is home to Fun Fest a nine-day summer family festival that is consistently ranked as one of the Top 20 events to attend in the Southeast in July by the Southeast Tourism Society.

Kingsport also continues to be selected among cities nationwide to host numerous Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) National Championships and other amateur sports tournaments.

Highlighted Facilities

MeadowView Marriott Convention Center


  • 34,000 sq. ft. convention center
  • Multi-sport capabilities
  • Concession stand
  • 26′ ceilings

Hunter Wright Stadium


  • Seating Capacity – 2,000
  • Full-service minor league baseball facility
  • Home of the New York Mets A League affiliate
  • Club house and press box

Domtar Park


  • Baseball/softball complex
  • 8 lighted fields
  • 2 concession stands & restroom facilities
  • Playground and sand volleyball court

Brickyard Park


  • Baseball / softball complex
  • 4 lighted fields
  • 1 concession stand & restroom facilities
  • Scoring tower

Buck Van Huss Dome


Dobyns-Bennet High School

  • Seating capacity – 5,500
  • Full-court, air conditioned, regulation dome-style gymnasium
  • Features an auxiliary gym and 8 locker rooms

TNT Sportsplex


  • Volleyball / basketball courts
  • Four full-court, air-conditioned basketball courts
  • Features a concession stand and seating area

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