Reelfoot Lake State Park

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Paddling - Kayak and Canoe Rentals

Kayaks and canoes are rented by the hour or daily, year-round. Stop by the Camp Store in the South Campground or give us a call to reserve a boat. PFDs are included. For more information, please call 731-538-3356.


Reelfoot Lake offers a variety of tours throughout the year. For more information or to make a reservation, please call the visitor center at 731-253-9652 or use the link below.


One of the best ways to experience Reelfoot Lake is by boat. Reelfoot Lake which is ideal for canoes, kayaks and jon boats when the winds are calm.


Reelfoot Lake has several easy hiking trails that are fun for the whole family!


Tennessee’s only natural lake is nationally known for crappie and bluegill fishing. Fishing is best for these panfish in April and May. 


While Reelfoot Lake is known for its eagles and Eagle Festival, White Pelicans also make the park home during their annual fall migration.