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Pickwick Landing State Park

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Pickwick Landing
Pickwick Landing
Pickwick Landing
Pickwick Landing

Pickwick Landing State Park, Tennessee

If you’re a water-lover, Pickwick Landing State Park is sure to float your boat. The lake in high summer will be chock-full of motor vessels, but also of catfish, crappie, bluegill, stripes and Read more...
If you’re a water-lover, Pickwick Landing State Park is sure to float your boat. The lake in high summer will be chock-full of motor vessels, but also of catfish, crappie, bluegill, stripes and sauger, making it a mecca for fishing enthusiasts. Got a competitive side? Or just like to watch? There are some HUGE fishing tournaments here (and we’re not just talking from mouth to tail). If you opt for a drier sport, the park hosts a golf course. If you’re just looking to chill out in nature, there are three swimming beaches and primitive camping on the north side of the lake. There’s something for everyone, even if you’d rather hang out in the AC.
Pickwick Landing Campground
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