Harrison Bay State Park

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Harrison Bay State Park is a 1,200-acre (4.9 km2) demonstration park TVA built in the 1930s along the shores of Chickamauga Lake. The bay gets it names from the now partially submerged town of Harrison, Tennessee. The park was constructed at the same time as Booker T. Washington State Park with Harrison Bay State Park segregated for whites only.

Activities offered at the park include camping, fishing, biking, boating, hiking, and swimming.[1]


  1. ^ Tennessee State Parks Tennessee State Parks

Coordinates: 35°10′35″N 85°7′7″W / 35.17639°N 85.11861°W / 35.17639; -85.11861