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Boating and Marina
Boats available for rental at the marina include paddle boats, single and tandem kayaks, paddleboards, paddleboats and canoes. The marina is open year-round, Wednesday through Sunday, but hours vary by season.
Twelve miles of hiking trails take you through field and forest, over high bluffs, and along peaceful streams. You’re likely to see a variety of native wildlife and wildflowers, and you might even find a creek that disappears! We do offer guided nature hikes, but, if you’d like your own personal “guide,” check out the self-guiding trail booklet for the Lakeshore Trail.
Please note: All Warriors' Path State Park hiking trails close at legal sunset. Camping or overnight parking is prohibited at or on any Warriors' Path Hiking Trail or trailhead. Camping is only allowed in designated areas inside the park. See https://tnstateparks.com/about/policies for park policies and laws.
Warriors’ Path Golf Course is an 18-hole course located on the shores of Fort Patrick Henry Lake and the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
Bicycles are welcome on park roads as well as the paved path around Duck Island and over 12.5 more miles of scenic mountain bike trails.
Fort Patrick Henry Lake is a man-made reservoir on the South Fork of the Holston River. It’s a popular spot for fishing and pleasure boating. Catches include bass, crappie, Hybrid Striped Bass, catfish and trout.