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Pickwick Landing State Park


For Educators

Tennessee State Parks offers engaging, relevant, and interactive educational experiences. Discover more about learning with a Ranger -- in a park or in a classroom!

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A variety of paddlecraft are available to rent at the marina.

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All types of boats are allowed at Pickwick Landing. There are two public boat ramps in the park, each of which is available free of charge. The park also has a full service marina located on the south bank of the Tennessee River. Kayaks, canoes, SUPs, pontoon and fishing boats are available for rent at our park. 

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Pickwick Landing is one of the best state parks in west Tennessee for winter birding. With a spotting scope, scan the reservoir for grebes, loons, gulls and ducks. Hundreds to thousands of ring-billed gulls and American coots are a common site. Common loons, pied-billed and horned grebes are also commonly seen. Over 145 species of birds have been identified in the park. For more park and nearby birding locations, view flyer.

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Disc Golf

The Pickwick Landing Disc Golf Course begins next to the Inn and finishes with a beautiful view of Pickwick Lake.

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Pickwick Landing has three public swimming beaches.

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The Pickwick Landing State Park Golf Course is a favorite of the locals as well as destination golfers. The course is located close to the border of Mississippi and Alabama within the proximity of Pickwick Dam.

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Pickwick Landing has two easy hiking trails that are enjoyable for all ages.

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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.

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