Tennessee State Parks

Pickwick Landing State Park

Activities

Swimming

Pickwick Landing has three public swimming beaches. Circle Beach and Sandy Beach are located in the park's day-use area and the third is located across the lake at Bruton Branch primitive area. Altogether, there are about two miles of public swimming beach at Pickwick. Swimming is not supervised at the beaches. Restrooms are available. The inn offers an indoor pool and an outdoor pool from Memorial Day to Labor Day exclusively for our cabin and inn guests. 

Fishing

The park is located on the Tennessee River at mile marker 207.6. Below the dam is Pickwick Lake, a reservoir of the Tennessee River with fisheries similar to those listed for Kentucky Lake. It too is known for great sport fishing and numerous local and national fishing tournaments. The tailwaters provide excellent fishing for Sauger (winter/spring), White and Yellow Bass (spring), Striped Bass (spring through fall) and catfish year round. The river is located in three states, so check license requirements. Fishing is productive from the bank and by boat.

Golfing

The Pickwick Landing State Park Golf Course is located close to the border of Mississippi and Alabama within the proximity of Pickwick Dam. The course was opened in May 1973 and is a favorite of the locals as well as destination golfers. Every hole is tree-lined. Out of bounds guards 11 holes and there are a total of 21 bunkers found throughout the course.

Pickwick Landing Golf Course is host to the St. Jude’s Charity Golf Tournament and hosts several district and regional high school events during the year.

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Hiking

Island Loop Trail  — 2.8 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy
Inn Walking Trail  — 1.2 Miles — Paved Surface — Easy