MARINAS

A favorite activity for those visiting Fall Creek Falls State Park is spending their time on the lake in the park or on one of the many nearby rivers and creeks. With fish practically hopping into their boat, fisherman look forward to days spent on the water. Kayakers and canoeists enjoy lazy rides down quiet rivers as well as whitewater rapids. Regardless of how one might enjoy the water, a marina is the place to begin.For those wanting to spend their time on Fall Creek Falls Lake, located within the state park, they must do so with one of the park’s boats. Private boats are not allowed on the water. Kayaks, canoes, paddle boats and flat bottom boats are available for rent, however, allowing guests access to the water. Trolling motors are allowed but are not available at the marina. Guests may bring their own if they desire. There are several marinas located on rivers around Fall Creek Falls where boaters can load up on bait, ice, grab a quick bite to eat or just relax on land for a while. Other marinas on private lakes also are available for those who wish to bring their boats with them on vacation.

Whether one is a fisherman hoping to catch the big one, or a kayaker going for the ride of their lives, one of the many marinas in Middle Tennessee are sure to have all the supplies necessary. Boat, or no boat, visitors to Fall Creek Falls State Park are guaranteed to enjoy all their favorite water activities.

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