The swimming beach area is open year-round and is located on the Spring Creek embayment, a branch of the Tennessee River. Swimming is at your own risk as there are no lifeguards on duty. A small stream at the entrance of the park is enjoyable for small children and adults to wade in with its cold, clear water.
Scenic Trail — 3.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Eagle Point Trail — 8.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Difficult
Mountain Bike Trail Easy — Mousetail Landing State Park — 4.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Moderate
Mountain Bike Trail Advanced — 9.0 Miles — Natural Surface — Difficult
Spring Creek Trail — 0.5 Miles — Natural Surface — Easy
A series of mountain bike trails weave through a hilly section of the park. Very steep climbs and great downhills make this system of trails a must ride.
Trail Length: 7 miles
Trail Rating: Advanced
The park is located on the Tennessee River between mile marker 131 and 133 and provides excellent boating, fishing, skiing and other water recreation activities. Fishing is productive from the bank, but the best way to experience this large river is by boat. The creek mouths and embayments are popular for spring crappie fishing from late March through May. Bluegill and Redear Sunfish are also commonly harvested from the river. Bass fishing is best in the spring and fall. Catfish are commonly caught in the summer and fall.