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Address: 404 Spring Creek Rd. Delano, TN 37325 Contact Email: ask.TNstateparks@tn.gov Phone: (423) 263-0050 Fax: (423) 263-0103
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I-75 N., Exit 20, Ocoee exit 64 Hwy. E., 411 N. 15 mi., cross Hiwassee River Bridge, 2nd road, Spring Creek Rd., turn right, campground is approx. 1 mi. on right.

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The Hiwassee/Ocoee Scenic River State Park is a 23-mile stretch of river, the first such to be designated by the State Scenic River Program. This stretch of river offers canoeing, rafting, fishing, hiking and nature photography. A scenic portion of the John Muir trail winds through the river gorge. Numerous public access sites provide boat-launching ramps. At the Gee Creek campround, picnic areas, sanitary facilities and primitive camping are available. Adjacent is the Gee Creek Wilderness of the Cherokee National Forest. The Ocoee River is a premier whitewater river, with Class III, IV, and V rapids. Access sites are maintained.


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City: Delano, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Chattanooga & Southeast

Admission Rates:
Free admission to the Park

Hours Open:
Open Year-round





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