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  • Reelfoot State Park is a wet wet location. With plentiful rainfall, May remains the wettest month and October gets the least moisture. The terrain is composed of wildlife areas, fields, levees and ...

  • Pickwick Landing is one of the most visited parks in Tennessee and is located close to the border of Mississippi and Alabama near to the Pickwick Dam. Pickwick Lake is located in three states. In T...

  • Pickett Memorial State Park is located in the distant upper reaches of the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee. Renowned for its unmatched geological, botanical, and scenic wonders the park is adjacent...

  • Parksville Beach is located in Polk County, Tennessee. The county with a total area of 442 square miles has only 7 square miles of water with a total area of 1.65% water. Much of the terrain is mou...

  • Old Hickory Lake, formed nearly 55 years back by the dam across the Cumberland River is a popular tourist spot. Despite patches of surrounding hardwood forests along the shoreline it is now a subur...

  • Long Island Beach is located in Davidson County of Tennessee. The Cumberland River flowing from east to west through the middle of the county houses two dam within the county. It is these that prov...

  • Kentucky Lake is the largest manmade lake in eastern United States with 2,380 miles of shoreline and 160,000 acres of water! This beautiful region of Northwest Tennessee offers a diversified array ...

  • Considered Nashville's best water front, J. Percy Priest Lake is an artificial lake in north central Tennessee. Formed by the dam located on the Stones River, the lake is all of 42 miles long. Name...