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Norris Dam State Park

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Norris Dam
Norris Dam
Norris Dam
Norris Dam

Norris Dam State Park, Tennessee

Close your eyes...now open them. Welcome to the past! At Norris Dam State Park, take a step back in time as you explore the historical amenities scattered throughout the park. As the Dam was started Read more...
Close your eyes...now open them. Welcome to the past! At Norris Dam State Park, take a step back in time as you explore the historical amenities scattered throughout the park. As the Dam was started as a project by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1933, the rustic cabins and buildings you can rent were created by and for the workers. Visit The Lenoir Museum to experience a collection of artifacts dating back to 12,000 years ago, collected by Will G. Lenoir, as a way to preserve the disappearing life of hard work and ingenuity seen in the Tennessee Valley for centuries. For more leisurely fun, take a boat out on Norris Lake or hop on one of the park’s 15 hiking trails. Rent a cabin or pitch a tent to experience everything Norris Dam State Park has to offer. The Tennesseans of yesteryear will thank you!
Norris Dam Campground
Dana: Campsites are small with little privacy but we rented a boat and stayed on the lake during the day so...
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