Tucked in the northwest corner of Tennessee is a thriving ecosystem that is distinctive from any other park in the state. It’s actually a flooded forest, with majestic white cedar trees, aquatic plants, and flowers, and more birds than you could ever hope to see in one spot. Reelfoot Lake encompasses 15,000 acres, perfect for boating and fishing (swimming isn’t allowed). Swamp canoe tours are offered in season, and if you come in January, you’ll be hanging out with thousands of bald eagles that winter over in the park. Two spacious campgrounds provide a full range of amenities for a camping experience that is unrivaled and beyond compare.