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Reelfoot Lake Tourism Council

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 Waterfowl season at Reelfoot Lake begins soon. You will see Eagles, Ducks, Geese and more. Our State Park & USFW Refuge offer Eagle Tours daily. Our 15th Annual Eagle Festival will be January 31-February 2, 2019. For more details about the Eagle Festival visit: http://reelfoottourism.com/reelfootlake/attractions/eagles-waterfowl-tours/

We have a large population of American Bald Eagles that make this area their home and hundreds more that visit us each winter. Our area offers Eagle and waterfowl tours daily in the winter months. In the warmer months we have pontoon tours & canoeing on this majestic & historic lake.  The white pelicans will start their winter migration to Reelfoot Lake and the Pelican Festival is October 18-20, 2019.

Come discover the wonders of Reelfoot Lake formed by the Great Earthquakes of 1811-1812. Majestic Cypress trees cover the shallow waters, which is great for fishing. We also have expert guide services for fishing and waterfowl hunting.  All seasons offer beautiful scenery and wildlife which are a  photographer's dream. Being located on the Mississippi River Flyway, we are the perfect destination for Birding, Butterflies and Dragonflys.
 

Reelfoot Lake Tourism is here to help you while you are exploring this magical area of Tennessee. We have all the information you need for Lodging, Events and Things to do.
Contact us for any questions you may have or visit our website for a Visitor's Guide.

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Eagle Dance
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Fall Canoe Trips on Reelfoot Lake
Summer on Reelfoot Lake
Pelicans in the Fall
Pontoon Tours on Reelfoot Lake
Reelfoot Lake Tourism Council

1605 State Route 21 E
Tiptonville, TN 38079

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FREE
Dates Closed
Sunday & Monday
Hours
Tues. - Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
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