Lakes & Rivers
Calling all boaters, paddlers, swimmers and fisherman. No matter how you choose to enjoy Tennessee's lakes and rivers, come on in. The water is fine!
Have a craving for adventure? How about a day--or a week--set aside for family fun? Or, maybe you just yearn for time alone with your fishing pole. No matter what kind of aquatic thrills you have in mind, Tennessee has lakes and rivers to fit your fancy.
From small ponds and enormous lakes to free-flowing rivers and streams, Tennessee overflows with opportunity for fantastic water recreation. Find a cove on Cherokee Lake and ski on glass-smooth water any time of the day. Pack your lures and make for the Clinch River, well reputed for some of the nation's best fly-fishing. Get your adrenaline pumping with an action-packed rafting adventure on the Ocoee River. Bring the whole family and explore the state's largest natural lake, Reelfoot Lake.
No matter how you decide to enjoy Tennessee's lakes and rivers, you are guaranteed to never run out of wet and wonderful waterways.
David Crockett State Park
David Crockett State Park was the first state park funded entirely by the citizens of the State of Tennessee. It’s thought that Hernando De Soto also spent time here on the ridgeline between the “two creeks” (Crowson and Shoal). ...more
Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park
Davy Crockett's Birthplace State Park was established in 1973 and has been preserved as a historic site on land acquired from the Davy Crockett Birthplace Association. The park consists of 105 partially wooded acres of land along the Nolichucky River in Greene County. ...more
Afloat as a boutique hotel, Chattanooga's Delta Queen also offers live music, theatrical performances and romantic dining and drinks, all while overlooking the magnificent Tennessee River. Anchored at Coolidge Park Landing, amid the vibrant North Shore venue, the overnight passenger grand lady steamboat has entertained presidents, foreign dignitaries and celebrities. ...more
Duck River Blueway
The scenic Duck River Blueway has something for everyone, waterwise. It features the only Class II rapid on the lower part of the river, several series of fast running shoals, numerous islands, historic features, and a great abundance of wildlife. ...more
City: , TN
Duck River Canoe Rental
Duck River Canoe Rental is a family-friendly canoe outfitter on the Duck River located in Chapel Hill, TN near Henry Horton State Park. We offer 7-mile, 3-mile, and overnight trips any day of the week from Memorial Day to Labor Day. ...more
Ed Jones Boat Ramp
Enjoy beautiful views of the Mississippi just north of the Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge. Great River Road National Scenic Byway takes you to incredible scenic areas along the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Plain, home to an amazing array of wildlife and a birdwatcher’s paradise. ...more
Edgar Evins Marina
Edgar Evins Marina is nestled in a quiet cove on the northern most tip of Center Hill Lake in Middle Tennessee. Our pristine setting is just the right perscription for a weekend or week long get away. ...more
City: Silverpoint, TN
Phone: (931) 858-5695
Edgar Evins Marina/The Galley Restaurant
Marina on Center Hill Lake with 358 private moorage slips, gas island, marine mechanic for boat repairs, ship's store/boutique, pontoon and houseboat rental and The Galley Restaurant with in/outdoor dining at the lake. ...more
Edgar Evins State Park
There's a lot to do and see at Edgar Evins State Park! Enjoy a picnic lunch at one of our shaded picnic areas, come for a visit during one of our annual events (such as the Annual Fiddlers Jamboree), hike some of the parks approximately 11 miles of trails, fish beautiful Center Hill Lake or go for a swim. Edgar Evins State Park encompasses approximately 6,000 acres on the shores of Center Hill Lake in the rolling hills of Middle Tennessee. ...more