Honestly, I found this playground by searching an online search tool which is also amazing called Goby.com when I had searched for state parks in my home state of Tenn because we love to camp in state parks with our motorhome. And I saw this playground come up in that search. I had been to this state park many years ago to just picnic or enjoy the lakes water but I have never camped their although as we finished our day in the amazing playground I'm about to tell you about we did drive around the camp ground & I love its layout and what it has to offer so we will go back there to enjoy camping and the grounds and view are spectacular so be sure to read further on about the state park and all they have to offer. Now>onto this wonderful park. You can enter into the state park & play on the playground and its free no charge. This playground was a well thought out and planned site that the town of kingsport and many businesses of kingsport took part in to build a playground for ANY and I do many Any Kind of Child could enjoy from a child with no disabilitys to a child with many types of disabilitys or handicaps so they too can exsperience the fun of a playground as a child and not be limited to what they are able to do. The park was designed from the movie The Chronicles of Narnia in which all about it you will see plaques telling of the story that kids can read by vision or by brail if blind, they have a wonderful tree house, they have a seat that simulates movement as if you were in a boat so that anyone can enjoy it and someone blind can see as well how it feels. The playground structure is so big with all kinds of things to climb on walk on swing from hang from slide from all with unusual types of structures for those with or without handicaps can feel touch and enjoy. This is just a brief written description of what this wonderful park can let your child any child enjoy. We took our 6yr old grandson there and we stayed for 4 hours and would have stayed longer but had to get back home which we drove to 1 1/2 hour drive to see and it was worth every mile to enjoy. We carried a picnic lunch and used the tables they offer to enjoy our stay. So if you plan on being in the kingsoprt area and want to place to take any child to so they can enjoy the most unusual playground with their needs in mind this playground is one you must check out here is link to learn a bit more about it and the kind folks at the state park will also answer any questions you may have this site here does not show all they offer in pictures and they are still exspanding so i look forward to going back again soon enjoy http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM7HM1_Darrells_Dream_boundless_playground_Kingsport_TN
This is not a large park - but so much to do. There is an AWESOME boundless playgroud for kids of all ages, there are great walking/biking trails. There is a pool and campgrounds. Plus a golf course and stables. If you can't find something to do here - you aren't looking around!
There are a lot of activities to do at Warriors' Path State Park. As you enter the park, there is a swimming pool that is open to the public (with an entrance fee). I have only been there once and it was extremely crowded. If you continue into the park, there is a lake with boating, fishing, and paddleboat activites avaiable. There are picnic shelters available to rent for larger or small groups as well as a walking path for those who want exercise. Probably the pie resistance is the "new" playground, though. It is AMAZING. I don't think I could possibly remember all of the different play areas. There are 2 climbing, sliding, jumping, zipline, areas. One is directed more for younger kids. There are 2 or 3 sets of swings. One set has special seats for handicapped children. There is a sand play area with all sorts of digging things. There is a puppet theater. There is a walking path surrounding the play areas that has different scenes from the Chronicles of Narnia with audio to go with each one. They have recently added a huge tree house that ovelooks the entire play area. It is absolutely FREE! I highly recommend this park. Probably the only down side to it is it gets really crowded on nice days.