Show support with a Bay Mountain license plate

If you love Bays Mountain Park and want to show your support in an artistic and unique way, consider purchasing an official Bays Mountain license plate. Designed by Cassy Rose, the vivid license plate shows a red and orange sunrise coming…

Bobcat brothers relocate to official habitat

Bays Mountain Park’s newest bobcats – Carter and Cash – have been relocated to their official habitat. Visitors can now come to the park and see the bobcat brothers explore their new, larger enclosure, play with the newly added interactive…

Bays Mountain Park saddened by passing of Unalii

Bays Mountain Park is sad to announce the death of one of its wolves, Unalii. Unalii passed away in his enclosure the morning of January 29. The cause of death is currently under review by veterinarian staff at the University of Tennessee…

Bays Mountain Park mourns passing of wolf

Bays Mountain Park is sad to announce the death of one of its wolves, Takoda. After suffering from an ear injury and subsequent infection, Takoda was euthanized last week under the care of veterinarian staff at the University of Tennessee. “Takoda…

New bobcats arrive at Bays Mountain Park

Two new bobcats have officially arrived safe and sound at Bays Mountain Park. Their long, cross-country journey is over and both kittens are already getting acclimated to their new home at the park. Bays Mountain Park staff would like to…

Bays Mountain Park to welcome two new bobcats

Bays Mountain Park will soon provide a new home to two bobcat kittens. Park Ranger Rhonda Goins is on her way to Montana this weekend to pick up the park’s newest inhabitants, two young bobcat brothers. The bobcats have been described as…

Bays Mountain Park loses white-tail deer

Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium regrets to announce the passing of one of their white-tail deer, Cotton. Cotton passed sometime during the night of September 11 and was found by staff the following morning (Sept. 12). Cotton lived a…

New trail opens after Fern Trail closure

If you have hiked along Fern Trail this year, you may have noticed water encompassing portions of the trail, making it hard for guests to hike. Many trails typically experience this during the spring. When water sits in a section of trail for…

Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium Adopts New Logo

After an overwhelmingly positive response from the Kingsport community, Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium will be adopting a new official logo that celebrates the park’s 50 years of history. The new logo was developed during the preparation…

Bays Mountain Park loses gray wolf

Bays Mountain Park is sad to announce the death of Netar - the elder female member of its wolf pack. Park officials say the 15-year-old gray wolf and former alpha of the pack, died Monday evening in the park’s wolf habitat. “Netar has…