Boneyard

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Trail Name Boneyard
Park Warriors Path State Park
Nearest City Kingsport
State Tennessee
Trail Marking None
Trail Use/Features Dnr bike.png Dnr dog.png Dnr hiking.png
Difficulty Rating Hard
Hiking Time 2.5 Hours
150 Min
Distance:
round-trip/trail only
3.6 Mi
5.794 km
/ 3.6 Mi
5.794 km
Trail Type Loop
Climb/Descent Elevation 1,133 Ft
345.338 Meters
/ -1,133 Ft
-345.338 Meters
High Point 1,576 Ft
525.333 Yards
Parking 36° 29' 32", -82° 28' 7"
Trailhead 36° 29' 32", -82° 28' 7"
Nearest Medical Indian Path Hospital
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Trail Overview

Located in Warriors Path State Park.

How to get there[edit]

From main entrance of Warriors Path State Park:

  1. Go north on Fall Creek Road for 2.4 miles.
  2. Turn right (east) onto Old Mill Road for 0.8 miles.
  3. Turn right (south) onto Childress Ferry Road for just roughly 100 yards.
  4. Turn left (east) onto Buttermilk Road for 1.2 miles.
  5. Turn right (south) onto Freeman Road for 0.5 mile.
  6. Continue when road changes from asphalt to gravel.

Trailhead at gravel parking lot.

Route Description[edit]

Typical Conditions[edit]

The mountain biking association SORBA Tri-Cities handles the trail maintenance, thus generally in good condition. While there are no blazes to guide you through the forest, the narrow single tracks are well established. Grab a trail map at the parking lot kiosk to help you decipher intersections; some which could use signs. Be aware for approaching bike riders who can come up quickly on your group. Step aside to let them safely pass.

Fees, Permits, etc.[edit]

No fee required. Dogs are allowed on or off leash. Do not drink any water without treatment!

After the Hike[edit]

Misc. Information[edit]

Maps[edit]

Click the official trail map: File:Warriors-MTB-Trails.pdf

State Park Map

Boneyard is dark green line.

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Photos[edit]