Pickwick Landing State Park

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Paws Landing Dog Park

Paws Landing Dog Park is located inside Pickwick Landing State Park near the Lodge at Pickwick Landing. This facility is open to park visitors and overnight guests who obtain a paws pass from the park.

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


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


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, and pontoon boats are available for rent at our park. 


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.

Disc Golf

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


Pickwick Landing has three public swimming beaches.


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.


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


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.