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Pickwick Boat Rentals
Pickwick Landing Marina, P.O. Box 286, Counce, TN 38326; (731) 689-5359; (731) 607-9967 (Sunday & Monday)
Moored at Pickwick Landing State Park, boats available for rental include Coast Guard Approved Maxi-Toons for up to 12 people and Ski-Toons for up to 10 people. Deposit required. Rental periods available are one day or multi-day. Office open March thru Labor Day 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
300 Hurts Chapel Rd., Jackson, TN 38301; (731) 422-0950
A 575-acre man-made lake, operated by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, features small boats & fishing from boat, bank, or pier. Swimming or water skiing are not allowed. Bait, tackle, boat rentals, fishing pier, picnic area, and boat ramps are all available.
22 Beech Bend Park Lane, Parsons, TN 38363; (731) 847-4252; Web Site: www.decaturcountytn.org/beech_bend_park.asp
Eleven acre park located five miles east of Parsons on the beautiful Tennessee River. There are 56 tent or RV lots with electricity and water, 18 tent lots without electricity. Daily, weekly and monthly rates available. Park includes picnic pavilions. boat rentals, two boat ramps, camping store, basketball court, restroom facilities with showers, and a dump station. Open year round.
Green Acres RV Resort
215 Ziffel Circle; Savannah, TN 38372; 731-926-1928; Web site: www.greenacresrvparktn.com; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Acres is one of the largest full-service, big-rig friendly, RV Resorts in West Tennessee. Each site includes lots of room to relax, 30 and 50 amp electrical service, water and sewer, picnic table, free Wifi, free TV and our sites are satellite friendly. We are located just minutes away from Shiloh, Pickwick, and Savannah, TN. You'll find the Tennessee River and Pickwick Lake are approximately 7 miles down the road! Also nearby are the Shiloh National Military Park, Buford Pusser Museum, Tennessee River Museum, and the Hardin County tourism office. If you're an avid golfer, there are a number of courses to choose from! If you love to fish, you will reel them in on the river and at the lake. Other attractions are located only 40 minutes from our door in Corinth, MS, and Florence, AL. We have a salt water swimming pool for cooling off on those hot summer days and a conversation deck for visiting with friends. We would love to have you stay with us! At Green Acres RV Resort, our focus is on providing high-quality service and strive for exceptional customer satisfaction. You'll be happy you chose to stay with us! Browse our website and check out our online reviews, if you have any comments or questions, or would like to reserve your space, feel free to contact us. Rallies, family reunions, church functions and concerts welcome! Spaces are filling up! We hope to see you soon!
Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Park
460 Ozier Rd., Pinson, TN 38366; (731) 988-5614; Web Site: www.state.tn.us/environment/parks/pinson
Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Area consists of at least 15 earthen mounds, a geometric enclosure and habitation areas that encompass over 1,310 acres. It is the largest Middle Woodland period mound complex in the Southeast. Facilities include a museum designed to replicate a mound with displays, videos and interpretive programs. Picnic shelters, playground, six miles of hiking trails with a boardwalk along the Forked Deer River and a 32-person group camp for overnight stay. Park trails and shelters are open daily from 7 a.m. to sunset. Museum and office are closed on all State and Federal Holidays Nov. thru Good Friday. Museum hours are: Mon.-Sat., 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Sun. 1-5 p.m.
Parker’s Crossroads Campground
22580 Hwy. 22 N, Yuma, TN 38390; (731) 968-9939; E-Mail: email@example.com; Web Site: www.parkerscrossroadsrvpark.com
Exit 108 off I-40. 50 and 30 amp, full-service, up to 70’ pull-thru sites; Free cable and Broadband WiFi; 2 primitive cabins; propane available at competitive prices; swimming pool; laundry room, rec room with pool table and more. Open year round.
Natchez Trace State Park
24845 Natchez Trace Rd., Wildersville, TN 38388; (800) 250-8616; (731) 968-8176
Named for the western alternative route of the famous Nashville-to-Natchez trail of the 18th and 19th centuries. The park includes Pin Oak and Cub Lake units which encompass 8,901-acres within the 48,000-acre Natchez Trace State Forest, Tennessee’s largest state forest. Along with the scenic woodlands, the park offers four lakes, 45 miles of hiking trails, a wrangler camp, inn, restaurant, and cabins.
Chickasaw State Park
20 Cabin Lane, Henderson, TN 38340; (731) 989-5141
On U.S. Hwy. 100 this 1,435-acre Park and forest was once part of a vast area belonging to the Chickasaw Nation prior to the Jackson Purchase of 1818. Numerous miles of fire roads and trails wind through the scenic timberlands which embraces Lake Placid. The park offers 13 vacation cottages, 113 camping sites, a completely equipped lodge for up to 100 persons, hiking trail, tennis courts, basketball courts, archery range, badminton court, horseshoe pits, lighted ball field, playground, volleyball court and horseback riding in the summer. Open daily; lodge is open April through October.
Big Hill Pond State Park
1435 John Howell Rd., Pocahontas, TN 38061; (731) 645-7967
On State Hwy. 57 located on the junction of the Tuscumbia and Hatchie State Scenic Rivers. The 4,218-acre park features the Travis McNatt Fishing Lake, a cypress-lined pond created during levy construction for the Memphis-Charleston Railroad line, a boardwalk trail leading into a wetlands area, campsites, backpacking trails, picnic sites and a visitor’s center.
Beech Lake Family Camping Resort
An 84-acre camping facility situated on a peninsula that juts out into 1,000-acre Beech Lake. Scheduled activities offered Memorial Day through Labor Day. A family oriented atmosphere. Facilities include 103 total sites (98 developed, 5 primitive), bathrooms, camp store, electric hookups, playground, hiking trail, picnic areas, fishing, boat launch, water hookups, swimming beach and dump station.