Educational Programs

Warriors’ Path State Park Environmental Education School Programs

Warriors’ Path State Park offers a wide range of natural learning experiences for children and teens! You and your students can enjoy wildlife in the classroom, conservation projects in the schoolyard, and nature discovery just outside the door.

These learning activities are offered as a free service by Tennessee State Parks, and are available throughout the school year (fall, winter, and spring).

Each April and May, we take requests for programs for the next school year. Spring is the time to arrange for a nature hike, creek walk, or other field trip to Warriors’ Path. Spring is also the time to request that Ranger Marty Silver bring his award-winning nature education programs to your school.

We accept program requests in order as we receive them, and then arrange a complete schedule for the next school year. So the sooner you call, the more likely we can include your school on our calendar.

Just let us know how we can serve you!

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Thanks for this opportunity to work with the precious young people in your care. All of us at Warriors’ Path look forward to hearing from you!

PLANNED PROGRAMS

During the summer months, you can enjoy a wide range of nature discovery, including guided hikes, creek walks, campfire talks, Junior Ranger programs, and much more. During the school year, we offer interpretive programs to school groups, scouts, civic clubs, and other groups on request.

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Special Summer Programs

Summer is prime time to enjoy all the great programs and family activities offered at Tennessee State Parks and Warriors’ Path State Park!

We have a talented team of trained interpreters to help make your visit to the park memorable. Our state park interpreters help coordinate and lead many of the fun, interactive and educational programs for which Warriors’ Path and Tennessee State Parks are known. These programs celebrate the natural, historical or cultural resources the park and may include guided hikes, canoe floats, owl prowls, slideshows, campfires, living history programs, nature craft workshops and outdoor skills demonstrations.

To learn more about the programs and activities being offered at Warriors’ Path State Park, visit the park’s visitor center. In addition to being your first stop to register to camp or to check into your cabin or lodge room, the visitor center provides lots of opportunities to learn more about Warriors’ Path State Park.

Together or alone, you can begin to discover the beauty and history of Kingsport, Tennessee – and you may find that to visit Warriors’ Path State Park is more than just a vacation. It’s an adventure!