Pickwick Landing State Park
|Pickwick Landing State Park|
View of the lake and dam from the park's Pickwick Inn
|Type||Tennessee State Park|
|Location||Pickwick Dam, Tennessee|
|Area||681 acres (2.76 km2)|
|Operated by||Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation|
Pickwick Landing State Park is a state park in Pickwick Dam, Hardin County, Tennessee, located in the Southeastern United States. The park is situated around the Pickwick Lake impoundment of the Tennessee River, and is named for Pickwick Landing, a 19th-century riverboat stop.
The parks was created in 1969 when the state of Tennessee purchased the town of Pickwick Village from the Tennessee Valley Authority.
The park contains a golf course, an 119-room inn, ten cabins, two campgrounds, two picnic pavilions, The Captain's Galley Restaurant, and a marina.
The main campground has 48 sites, each equipped with a picnic table, grill and electrical and water hook-ups.
The other campground, Bruton Branch Campground has 34 sites.
- Pickwick Landing State Park — official site
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