"Home to Norris Lake, State Parks, Waterways and Marinas"

Campbell County Chamber of Commerce
(423) 566-0329

Norris Lake & Recreation Area
125 Village Green Circle
Lake City, TN 37769
(865) 426-7461

Norris Dam was the first dam constructed by the TVA. 34,200 acres. Norris Lake is well-known for its opportunities for fishing, swimming, water skiing, and boating. Numerous marinas nestled between the East Tennessee ridges and the shoreline provide accommodations and the amenities needed for any water recreation. Norris produces excellent catches of rock fish, bass, walleye, and crappie. Boat launching is available at the local marinas and at public launching ramps provided by TVA.

Twin Cove Marina
1835 Ridge Road
Clayville, TN 37714
(423) 566-0976
Indian River Marina
744 Indian River Boat Dock Rd
Jacksboro, Tn 37757
(423) 562-5290

Quiet family-oriented dock. Easy access. Covered slips, mooring, new rental boats and nice land-based properties and houseboats for rent.
3. Whitman Hollow Dock
1203 Whitman Hollow Road
LaFollette, TN 37766
(423) 562-9941

A full service marina located on Norris Lake. Camping and overnight boat rental available. Fishing, fishing charters, jet ski rentals, restaurant, water skiing.

Mountain Lake Marina
136 Campground Road
Lake City, TN 37769
(865) 426-6510

Is a full service RV resort and marina on beautiful Norris Lake in East Tennessee. Full campsite hookups, tent camping, cable TV, wireless internet service, cabins with lake view, motel, large marina & boat dock, easy access boat launch, restaurant on the water, excellent fishing, fishing guide service, swimming pool, playground, shuffleboard, game room, miniature golf, laundry, camp store, propane and firewod.

Norris Dam Marina
1604 Norris Highway
Lake City, TN 37769
(865) 494-8138

Located in the heart of Tennessee's Norris Dam State Park. Launch ramp, covered and open slips, watercraft rentals. Cleanest lake in North America.

Sequoyah Marina
336 Lake View Lane
Andersonville, TN 37705
(865) 494-7984

Full service marina; houseboats, waverunners, pontoons and a runabout. Restaurant and dock store. Covered and uncovered slips of various sizes with electric, water and some with telephone service.

7. Rainbow Marina
336 Lakeview Lane
Andersonville, TN 37705
(423) 494-7984
Stardust Resort & Marina
Stardust Lane Box 149A
Andersonville, TN 37705
(423) 494-7641

Resort is nestled in the picturesque foothills of the Cumberland Mountains on Norris Lake. 34,000 acre vacation playground that is absolutely breathtaking. Offers: covered boat slips with hydro hoists, houseboat, pontoon, and jet ski rentals, condos, lake view homes and rental cabins. Swimming, water skiing, fishing, or relaxing in the new restaurant.

Shanghai Resort
P.O. BOx 1630
LaFollette, TN 37766
(423) 562-4566

10. Sugar Hollow Boat Dock
610 Marina Lane
LaFollette, TN 37766
(423) 562-3466

Full-service marina on the Cedar Creek branch of the Powell River tributary of Norris Lake. The dock features a restaurant and general store.

Springs Dock & Resort
1652 Alder Springs
LaFollette, TN 37766
(423) 562-2405

Full service marina and resort located near Deerfield Resorts Golf Course. Rentals include: houseboats, pontoons, jet skis, ski boats and fishing boats. Condos, cottages and vacation homes are available to rent. Restaurant and dock store. Dry boat storage also available.

12. Norris Dam SP & Campground
125 Village Green Cir.
Lake City, TN 37769
(865) 426-7461

Lenoir Pioneer Museum, an 18th century gristmill, a threshing barn and outside the park boundaries, one of East Tennessee's most rewarding attractions, the Museum of Appalachia. Primitive sites, water and electirc sites for tents.

13. Cove Lake SP, Marina & Campground
110 Cove Lake Lane
Caryville, TN 37714
(423) 566-9701

673 acres are situated in a beautiful mountain valley setting on the eastern edge of the Cumberland Mountains. Scenic nature trails and bike trails leading through the open grasslands and woodlands. Canada geese make this lakeshore their feeding ground. Biking, boating, camping, fishing, hiking trails, picnic facilities,restaurant, swimming

14. Indian Mountain State Park
143 State Park Circle
Jellico, TN 37762
(423) 784-7958

Camping, recreation, 200 acre park developed on reclaimed strip mine land. Fishing can be done at the two small lakes, picnicing, camping, two walking trails. Wildlife viewing, camping, boating, fishing, hiking trails, picnic facilities, swimming, tour buses.

Cumberland Linear Scenic Hiking Trail

Experience Tennessee hiking and backpacking at its best! The Cumberland Trail (CT), a Tennessee State Scenic Hiking Trail, became Tennessee's 53rd state park in 1998. The construction of the Tennessee hiking and backpacking trail is a public-private partnership, an example of the power of volunteerism. The Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park will contain a core corridor of 300-plus miles of trail beginning in the Cumberland Gap National Park (Ky) and stretching south to Chickamauga Chattanooga National Military Park and Prentice Cooper Wildlife Management Area just outside Chattanooga. In addition to providing multiple recreational opportunities, this protected greenway will act as a buffer to protect water quality and provide natural habitat for animals. Check the website for details on new sections constantly opening.

Flat Hollow Marina & Resort
185 Flat Hollow Dock Circle
Speedwell, TN 37870
(423) 562-8314

Located on Norris Lake, one of TVA's crown jewels. Offers a variety o f outdoor activities for all ages . 34,000 acres of water and more than 850 miles of shoreline offering fishing, swimming, perfect ski water. Full service, deep water port on the main lake open all year round. Accommodation of 2 to 280 people await you. Luxury chalets, cabins, floating house rentals and luxury 80 ft., 7-bedroom houseboat rentals. Pontoons, ski boats, jet ski rentals, Grumpy Gary's Grill & Restaurant features breakfast, lunch and dinner or just snacks. Marine store and gift shop, concrete boat launch, restrooms, showers and laundry services.

Cove Creek WMA

Cove Lake is situated in a picturesque Valley surrounded by the towering Cumberland Mountains, and it is the winter home for some four hundred (400) Canada geese. The geese are attracted by quiet inlets, marshes, and fields of this area. They come in late fall and stay through early spring. Many visitors come to the park during the winter time just to see the geese. This serene valley was once inhabited by ancient Americans. Mound builders, as they were called, prospered along Cove Creek from 1000 to 1200 A. D. The University Of Tennessee excavated their mounds and habitation sites in 1937. Raised earthen remnants of one Mound are still visible at the end of “Duck Island”. Cove Lake State Park is located in East Tennessee’s Campbell County, 30 miles northwest of Knoxville. On U. S. 25-W and I-75.
Royal Blue WMA

(423) 566-8557 Just off Exit 141 on Interstate 75, Royal Blue Management Area features over fifty three thousand (53,000) acres of mountain forests with elevations reaching to three thousand two hundred (3,200) feet. It is home to a substantial population of whitetail deer, wild turkeys, beavers, and squirrels, an occasional black bear and now elk. The recent reintroduction of elk to the area has brought much excitement and more are to be released in the near future. Numerous ponds provide water for the land animals and also draw blue gill fisherman, Canada geese and great blue herons. Many other species of birds are prevalent in the area. Over six hundred (600) miles of roads, many blazed when the area was mined and logged, now entice riders of mountain bikes and off-highway vehicles (ohv’s) to experience nature rebuilding itself. Royal Blue WMA is open year round to the public. User fees are required for the use of off-highway vehicles. Fees can be paid at any location that sells hunting and/or fishing license. Visitors to the area are randomly checked and fines may result in noncompliance.
Sunquist WMA

(423) 566-8557.
Seventy-four thousand (74,000) acres of mountain land and high pastures, known as the Sundquist Wildlife Management Area, provides a home to a growing population of reintroduced elk, white tails, grouse, turkeys, and non-game bird species in addition to aquatic species. Collectively with the Royal Blue WMA, the newly acquired land is known as the Cumberland Forrest and has been officially placed under the ownership of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts now have one hundred twenty seven thousand (127,000) acres to roam. Such a continuous expanse of forest land that is saved for wildlife but also available for public use is rare indeed. This vast expanse of forest provides important habitat for several rare and endangered species, both terrestrial and aquatic. Recent surveys of the area indicate that the project area harbors the most significant breeding population of golden-winged warblers in the southeastern United States. Visitors to the area may, also witness several other species of rare songbirds. Off highway vehicles are allowed; however, a user fee is required and may be obtained wherever hunting and/or fishing license are sold. For more information concerning the wildlife management areas.
Greens at Deerfield
161 The Clubhouse Drive
LaFollette, TN 37766
(423) 566-0040

18 hole Course, resort. Built in 1996 by architect Bobby Campett, PAR 71.

LaFollette Country Club
Country Club Lane
LaFollette, TN 37766
(423) 562-9130

9-hole course, semi-private, PAR 36

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