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Looking for a royally good time with family fun, natural wonders, and adventure for your next holiday excursion? Then you should seriously consider the many RV rentals in Kingsport, Tennessee. It’s part of the Tri-Cities region of Tennessee and Virginia, a major metropolitan hub of art and culture with great food and entertainment. It’s also part of the Mountain Empire, a rugged community in the Appalachians. The city is nestled against the Holston River and takes its name from an area on the river known as the King's Boat Yard.

This area is rife with large parks, serene waterways and beautiful countryside that you can easily explore in a Kingsport RV rental. You can also and hit the road and visit some very popular vacation spots like Johnson City, Tennessee, Roanoke, Virginia and Williamsburg, Kentucky. Any one of these would make an excellent day trip in your Kingsport motorhome rental.

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The Great Outdoors

Your next outdoor adventure is just around the corner when you’ve got a Kingsport camper rental. Nature lovers and folks looking for excitement in the wilderness, check out Bays Mountain Nature Preserve. It’s a wildlife refuge with miles of trails to explore and many creatures to see. There’s also an adventure rope course where you can try your skill and a planetarium for space fans. You can bring the Kingsport, TN rental RV and your furry friend to Buffalo Mountain Park. The park is a rich mountain forest with several trails for hikers and bikers. Many of the trails lead to breathtaking scenic overlooks and rushing waterfalls. For a natural getaway with great camping, take your Kingsport travel trailer rental to the Cherokee National Forest. It’s a premier rafting and paddling destination. You can also pan for gold, fish or hunt, and hike the numerous trails. If the weather is good you can swim here too.

One of the most popular parks in the state, and possibly the country, is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It brings in millions of visitors from around the world each year to take in the natural wonders of the misty mountains and is only about two hours from Kingsport. The park stretches across hundreds of miles and features forests and fields of wildflowers. Streams become thunderous waterfalls and rivers at the base of rugged mountain peaks. There are dozens of hiking trails including a large section of the Appalachian Trail. The best view in the park is atop the observation tower on the highest peak, Clingmans Dome. The park is home to a variety of creatures, including eagles, cougars, deer and black bear. You can even do some camping with your Kingsport luxury RV rental since there are with several campgrounds to choose from.

RV Parks

When it comes to finding a great place to park a Kingsport, Tennessee RV rental, there are plenty of places to choose from. Rocky Top Campground and RV Park in Blountville is roughly 15 miles away. The setting here is peaceful and picture perfect with large spaces and lush grounds. There are restrooms and showers along with laundry facilities and a clubhouse. It uniquely features deer feeders throughout the park that draw the animals in close. Make sure you have your camera ready at all times.

Lakeview RV Park is right on Boone Lake, a popular place for boating, fishing, and swimming. The campsites have full hookups with cable TV and Wi-Fi. There are restrooms, showers, a playground and a large pool for guests to use. Plus, the park is close to several nice restaurants and just down the road from a major supermarket.

Another popular site to consider is the Baileyton RV Park about half an hour from Kingsport. There is a large pond in the center of the park which guests are welcome to fish from. The sites are level with full hookups. The park is also easy to get to from the highway and central to many major area attractions.

You can also check out Shadrack Campground with your RV rental near Kingsport, half an hour east in Bristol. It’s centered around relaxation and family fun. It’s a pet-friendly place with all the facilities you might need including restrooms, showers and laundry. When you stay here you are close to the Tennessee-Virginia state line so if Virginia is on your travel itinerary, this could be a good fit.

Exploring the City

It won’t be hard to find something great to see or do while you’re in Kingsport - there’s a little something for everyone. Take a step back in time at the Gray Fossil Site and General Shale Natural History Museum. There are many exhibits and an active archaeological dig site.

Kids will become big fans of Backyard Terrors and Dinosaur Park. They have 40 life-size, realistic sculptures of dinosaurs. For a day of family fun and learning, head over to the Hands On Discovery Center. There you will find interactive exhibits and hands-on play areas including a simulated rainforest, airplane, and ark. The town is a hub of specialty stores, boutiques, antiques and other great shopping venues. Kingsport also has a thriving arts and culture scene with many live music theaters, entertainment venues and galleries. Make the most out of your next vacation with a Kingsport rental RV.

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