During summer pool, boats of up to 60 feet can be launched.
The park has a full service marina located on the south bank of the Tennessee River. The marina store sells boat supplies, hats, shirts, snacks and other items, but no bait. Bait can be purchased from local vendors. There are different types of boats available for rent at our park. All boat rentals are located at the marina. To learn more about the marina, click here.
Single Kayak rentals include one paddle and a personal floatation device. You may call 731-689-5175 to reserve.
Tandem (Double) Kayak
Tandem Kayak rentals include two paddles and two personal floatation devices. You may call 731-689-5175 to reserve.
Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP)
SUP rentals include one paddle and a personal floatation device. You may call 731-689-5175 to reserve.
Canoe rentals include two paddles and two personal floatation devices. You may call 731-689-5175 to reserve.
Small motorized fishing boat – these boats have a 9.9 hp. gas powered motor. These boats include two paddles, two seat cushions, two personal floatation devices, and an anchor upon request. The fuel tank is full upon possession and is required to be full upon the return. Please call 731-689-5175.
You may rent a 24’ pontoon with a 90hp motor. Rates are $495.00 per day and requires a $200.00 deposit. A boat rental lease is required upon rental. All pontoons are rented at the Marina Office. For more information please call 731-689-5175.
RATESCanoe: $8 hourly
Canoe: $27 - $29 daily
Kayak - Single: $8 hourly
Kayak - Single: $25 full day
Kayak - Tandem: $11 hourly
Kayak - Tandem: $40 full day
Paddleboard: $8 hourly
Paddleboard: $35 full day
Row Boat: $30 1/2 day
Row Boat: $50 full day
* = may require a deposit
2021 COVID-19 Update
Most state park boat rental operations will open this summer. Hours and operating procedures will vary by park. Each park will implement additional safety and sanitation protocols to protect park staff and visitors and encourage social distancing. All boaters are encouraged to bring their own life jacket or approved personal floatation device (PFD).