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Parks Tennessee Boone Lake - Chickasaw

 
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  Boone Lake     Tennessee Valley Authority        TVA

  http://www.tva.gov/sites/boone.htm

  e-mail  tvainfo@tva.gov

  423-239-2000

  Tennessee Valley Authority

  Holston Watershed Team  
 
Suite 218, 4105 Fort

  Kingsport   TN  37663

    Surrounded by Kingsport, Johnson City and Bristol, the 4,300-acre

     Boone Lake is in Sullivan and Washington Counties in northeast

    Tennessee. Named for the pioneer explorer Daniel Boone, Boone

    Dam impounds the South Fork Holston River.

    Recreation.gov 


  Burgess Falls SP  State Park                         TN DEC
 
http://www.state.tn.us/environment/parks/parks/BurgessFalls 
 
931 432-5312
 
Sparta  TN
 
Last Update    3 /23/2004

  Cedars of Lebanon SP  State Park                 TN DEC
 
http://www.state.tn.us/environment/parks/parks/Cedars
 
615 443-2769
 
Lebanon  TN
 
Last Update    3 /23/2004

  Center Hill Lake            US Army Corps of Engineers      USACE

  http://www.lrn.usace.army.mil/op/cen/rec/

  931-858-3125

  158 RESOURCE LN

  Lancaster   TN  38569-9801

    Located in the Cumberland Mountains of middle Tennessee, this

    lake offers excellent smallmouth bass, walleye, and white bass

    fishing.  Deep, clear water provides recreationists a beautiful

    setting for nearly any activity. 

   Recreation.gov


  Cheatham Lock And Dam         US Army Corps of Engineers      USACE

  http://www.lrn.usace.army.mil/op/che/rec/

  615-792-5697

  1798 CHEATHAM DAM ROAD

  Ashland City   TN  37015-9805

    This project passes through Middle Tennessee and features a

    2,700-acre waterfowl refuge and game management area. 

    Cheatham is a "run-of-the-river" water resource project. The project

     meanders through Nashville and past Opryland. 

   Recreation.gov 

   http://www.ReserveUSA.com

  Cherohala Skyway - Tennessee Department of Transportation      DOT

  http://www.byways.org/pages/frameset.html?CX_PAGE=101&CX_BYW

  e-mail  jill@monroecounty.com

  423-442-9147

  Monroe County Tourism Council

  4765 Highway 68                                                       

  Madisonville TN  37354

    Cultural heritage and historic sites of the Cherokee tribe and early

    settlers are offered throughout the skyway in a grand forest

    environment in the southern Appalachian Mountains. 

  Recreation.gov 

  Cherokee Lake Tennessee Valley Authority        TVA

  http://www.tva.gov/sites/cherokee.htm

  e-mail  tvainfo@tva.gov

  865-632-3791

  Tennessee Valley Authority

  Cherokee/Douglas Watershed Team 
 
2611 West Andrew

  Morristown   TN  37814

    Cherokee Lake is 54 miles long with a shoreline of nearly 400

    miles and a surface area at summer water level of 30,300 acres.  It

     collects the rainfall from a 3,428-square- mile watershed.  Nearby

    communities include Morristown, Jefferson City, and Rogers

    Recreation.gov

  Cherokee National Forest          USDA Forest Service     US FS

  http://www.southernregion.fs.fed.us/cherokee/

  e-mail  Mailroom_R8_Cherokee@fs.fed.us

  423-476-9700

  2800 North Ocoee Street

  P.O. Box 2010

  Cleveland  TN  37320

    Tennessee's only National Forest, the Cherokee, covers nearly

    630,000 acres in ten East Tennessee counties. It is the largest

    tract of public land in the State.  The forest is separated into two  

    parts by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

   Recreation.gov

   http://www.reserveusa.com

  Chickamauga Lake       Tennessee Valley Authority         TVA

  http://www.tva.gov/sites/chickamauga.htm

  e-mail  tvainfo@tva.gov

  423-697-4205

  Chickamauga/Nickajack  Watershed Team 
 
1101 Market Street

  Chattanooga  TN  37402-2801

    This large lake is one of nine TVA projects on the Tennessee

    River.  Chickamauga has 810 miles of shoreline and more than

    35,000 surface acres.  Located in Meigs, Rhea, Bradley, McMinn,

    and Hamilton counties, the lake is composed of two major bodies

    Recreation.gov

  Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge        Fish and Wildlife Service FWS

  http://chickasaw.fws.gov

  e-mail  chickasaw@fws.gov

  731-635-7621

  1505 Sand Bluff Road

  Ripley   TN  38063

    Established August 5, 1985, Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge

    lies in the Lower Mississippi River floodplain along the Chickasaw

    Bluff in western Tennessee. 

    Recreation.gov

  Chickasaw SP  State Park                        TN DEC
 
http://www.state.tn.us/environment/parks/parks/Chickasaw
 
731 989=5141
  Henderson    TN
 
Last Update    3 /23/2004

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