Harrison Bay State Park


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Harrison Bay State Park


Location:Off TN 58, 5 miles west of Cleveland.
Facilities:149 campsites (including 29 tent only sites), group camp, bathhouses, picnic areas, hiking trails, swimming pool, marina, boat launch, 18-hole golf course, game courts, playfield, playground, meeting room.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, tennis, golf.
Special Features:Originally developed as a TVA recreation demonstration area in the 1930s, park has about 40 miles of Chickamauga Lake shoreline. The park's name is derived from a large bay at the main channel of the Tennessee River that covers the old town of Harrison, which was also the last Cherokee Campground. The campground consisted of three villages that were ruled by one of the last great Cherokee Chieftains, Chief Joe Vann.
Address:8411 Harrison Bay Rd
Harrison, TN 37341

Phone:423-344-6214
Web: www.state.tn.us/environment/parks/harrisonbay
Size: 1,200 acres.

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