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  • Writer's pictureBrandi & Candace

Warriors Path State Park

Updated: Nov 30, 2022

We came to this park just as the rain was letting up, and the animals were out! We saw cranes, ducks, and a cluster of about six deer right in front of the visitors' center. This land is named "Warriors Path" because it was an actual warpath used during the fights between the Iroquois and the Cherokee. The park was deeded to Tennessee in 1950. It has an inclusive playground for those with disabilities, boating, fishing, 94 campsites, 10 miles of biking trails, a disc gold course, and an 18 hole golf course. We saw a ton of wildlife and enjoyed getting to look around at what this park has to offer.

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