Herald in the holidays with the annual Christmas on the Mountain Celebration!
Join us for our annual Christmas on the Lake where there will be acoustic Christmas music, refreshments, crafts, a visit from Santa and more.
Join us for an evening of candlelit festivities in the oldest frame house in Tennessee.
Celebrate Christmas in 18th century style with native greenery, carols and wassail.
Join park staff as we commemorate Pearl Harbor Day, the day that officially launched the United States’ entry into WWII.
Crockett Christmas is a living history event providing visitors with a glimpse of a frontier Christmas.
All area young people are invited to help bring “re-leaf” to Kingsport.
Join park staff as we celebrate the holidays the way they were enjoyed in the late nineteenth century, the time period in which former Secretary of State Cordell Hull lived in this rural area on the edge of the Cumberland Plateau.
Come enjoy Christmas carols and songs of the season. Children may sit with Santa and Mrs. Claus around the fireplace while Ranger Phil reads The Night Before Christmas. This year our special guest is Rudolph the red nosed reindeer!
All ages, come out and help us with trash pickup.
Enjoy an afternoon hike to Greeter Falls. The first mile is an easy plateau-top walk with the last half mile a moderate gorge walk.
Join us for A Soldier’s Christmas, a family-friendly celebration of the newly re-constructed Civil War soldier’s huts.
Get into the holiday spirit at our annual Festival of Lights on Dec. 13 & 14. Enjoy the holiday displays and luminaries via trolley or horse drawn carriage ride through the park.
Join us for an exhilarating run through our park and the Limestone community. This is the 11th race in the Tennessee State Parks Running Tour.
Join us for a walk through history to discover the old-time holiday traditions of the region. Celebrations will take place on the east side of the park as our rustic cabin area transforms into a winter village of festivities for the holiday season.
Join the Fife & Drum Corps, which performs at historical events, dedications and parades.
This afternoon hike will focus on the winter habitats and geology of this scenic area. Of moderate intensity, the hike is approximately four miles and suited to preteen and adults.
Park staff and the Friends of Johnsonville invite everyone to our Christmas Open House. Live music performed by a local folk artist will fill the air and apple cider and Christmas cookies will sweeten the festivities.