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Warriors' Path State Park, Kingsport

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Warriors Path State Park is a Pennsylvania state park on 349 acres (141 ha) in Liberty Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, in the United States. It is named for the Great Indian Warpath that was used by the Iroquois in war raids with the Cherokee and other tribes. Warriors Path State Park is surrounded on three sides by the Raystown Branch Juniata River. The park is a seasonal day use park. The park can be accessed by foot from the main gate when the gate is closed November through mid-April.

The land for the park was acquired in three main parcels between 1959 and 1964. A stone with a bronze marker remembers the gift by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bussard of one parcel, stating that the land will "be maintained and used as a park forever". 282 acres (114 ha) were originally purchased from the Nimchishin family in 1959. Mr. Nimchishin lived on the remaining 37 acres (15 ha) until his death, but sold that land to the state in 1987 and it became part of the park.

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  • Exploring my new city! A neighbor recommended this park and I had to check it out! It was beautiful, plenty to walk around. Several parking lots to choose your starting point. I chose by the pond, it....  more »
  • Fantastic campground with multiple sites overlooking the nearby lake/river. The pool looks huge and inviting, even in November! Can't wait to try it out in the summer months.  more »
  • This family camping trip was wonderful. As always, so many memories made that will last a lifetime. This was actually a 1st for my husband, as well as our little girl Ansley. He'd never really gotten to camp when he was growing up and we hadn't had a chance to make time for it until now. I always loved going to Warrior's as a little girl though. Had so many of my childhood memories there. Now as a mama myself, I want that for my own daughter. So incredibly thankful we got to do that together and with some more of the family. Can't wait to return this fall!
  • The family and I enjoyed the playground. I went and played the disc golf course and it was very fun. Nice wooded Fairways and all Par 3. I would definitely recommend coming here.

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