HAMPTON — The Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Department is continuing to work on its development of a bike trail in the Elizabethton-owned Hampton watershed.
ELIZABETHTON — February may not be the busiest time for the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Department, but there is plenty going on to prepare the park for the upcoming season and also to get ready for an event which has been rapidly growing
Updated Jan 30, 2018 at 6:55 PM
Thousands of folks across the region participated in the many events happening across Northeast Tennessee for Independence Day. Here is a roundup of the Fourth of July festivities that happened in Elizabethton, Erwin and Johnson City.
ELIZABEHTON — Labor Day weekend marked the anniversary of the opening of the Tweetsie Trail from Johnson City to Elizabethton, and the popularity of the bike trail has only grown since it started.
ELIZABETHTON — The Tweetsie Trail is always a popular place on the weekends for recreation and exercise, but on Saturday it will also feature a treasure hunt.
ELIZABETHTON — All of the fair weather the region has enjoyed in the past few weeks has put many into springtime mode, but the Elizabethton Parks and
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ELIZABETHTON — It was so frigid in January that even the “Frozen” dance was snowed out.
ELIZABETHTON — Citizens of Carter County and of Elizabethton said one of the biggest recreational needs in the area is more multi-use sports facilities, including softball and baseball fields.
ELIZABETHTON — This week’s frigid temperatures are certainly appropriate for a Frozen-themed father/daughter and mother/son dance to be held at the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation building, 300 W. Mill St., on Friday from 6-8 p.m.
ELIZABETHTON — Something will be done in Carter County next month that has never before taken place.
ELIZABETHTON — The The Carter County Parks & Recreation Board has announced its latest accomplishment. Its new website is up and running.
ELIZABETHTON — The weather may be cooler, but the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation is continuing the series of improvements it began with the first warm days of spring.