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Cove Lake State Park

…your next adventure begin? Cove Lake’s 717 acres are situated in a beautiful mountain valley on the eastern edge of the Cumberland Plateau. Scenic nature trails lead through a diversity of wetlands and woodlands offering wildlife viewing for the nature enthusiast. A paved walking/bike trail provides easy access to all…

Cove Lake Campground

Cove Lake has 106 campsites. All sites are equipped with water and electrical hookups, and most with grills and tables. A dump station is available, as are two modern bathhouses containing hot showers, commodes, and lavatories. Stay limit is two weeks. Tents are allowed on all the campsites. Note Campers:…

Cove Lake - Biking

The paved bike trail is great for beginners! The path meanders its way through the park and overlooks the lake. Trail Length: 3.5 miles Trail Rating: Beginner

Cove Lake - Fishing

Cove Lake (210 acre) provides a beautiful mountain valley setting on the eastern edge of the Cumberland Plateau and good habitat for bass, Bluegill, and crappie. The park rents jon boats year round. Guests may bring their own electric trolling motors for use on park jon boats. Personal canoes and…

Cove Lake - Birding

The lake serves as a magnet for migrating birds. In the winter there are hundreds of geese and other waterfowl. There are piers, bridges and a tower along the paved trail to aid in seeing the birds. The Volunteer Loop Trail, accessed from the CT Trailhead, traverses a mature hardwood…

Cove Lake - Hiking

Volunteer Loop — 1.2 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate Paved Trail — 3.5 Miles — Paved Surface — Easy/ADA accessible Beavers Workshop Trail — 1.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy


Whether cooling off in the rippling waters of a mountain stream, enjoying the shade of a poolside umbrella or strolling on a sandy beach by one of our many scenic lakes, beating the summer heat has never been easier.

Reelfoot Lake State Park

…next adventure begin? Reelfoot Lake State Park is located in the northwest corner of Tennessee and is noted for its fishing, boating and wildlife viewing. The 15,000 acre lake was created by a series of violent earthquakes in 1811-1812 that caused the Mississippi River to flow backwards for a short…

South Cumberland State Park

…sinkhole aptly named Lost Cove. Dense forests, clear streams the striking Buggytop Cave entrance, one of the largest cave openings in the state, are a few of the features found here. Sewanee Natural Bridge is a beautiful sandstone arch that overlooks Lost Cove and is an easy hike from the…

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