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Long Island Beach

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 provide huge expanses of water making it a great place for summertime water fun. Important tributaries of the Cumberland include Whites Creek, Manskers Creek, Stones River, Mill Creek, and the Harpeth River.

All these make for splendid beachy areas across the county. You have tranquil waters and pretty sections of shoreline that allow you to indulge in lots of water based activities. Among the exciting stuff you can do near Long Island Beach are whitewater paddling, fishing, boating, swimming, and golfing. Well actually you never run out of things to do here. Long Island Beach may not have awesome facilities but it certainly provides some glorious outdoors recreation. Close by Willow Beach is also an interesting place to check out while here.

If you happen to be in Davidson County of Tennessee, Long Island Beach is an inspiring local shoreline. And if you come at the right time of year, Little Harpeth River offers some delightful whitewater. Be warned the place can get mighty crowded as plenty of folks from Nashville-Davidson come here regularly. You also have Hamilton Creek flowing through the area offering more fun.

Golfers can make use of Springhouse Golf Club at Gaylord Opryland Resort or at the Nashboro Golf Club Golf Course. Summers get highs into the 80's at Long Island Beach. However once the sun dips temperatures can plunge to 60's around here. Though Long Island Beach is a wet place getting large amounts of precipitation. March is when you get the most rain here but October remains the driest month.