Beautiful Pickwick Dam, Tennessee is located on the Tennessee River only a few miles away from the Mississippi state line and the northern entrance of the Tennessee Tom-Bigbee waterway. The weather is pleasantly mild providing boaters with near year-round water enjoyment. Pickwick Lake’s fresh water and numerous covered slips help preserve the life of your craft by contributing to very slow aging.
The local community of Pickwick is full of life. Not only can visitors enjoy the serenity of the lake itself, residents and visitors alike are often fortunate to see local wildlife including deer, foxes, and other forest dwellers. The Pickwick Landing Resort State Park offers many amenities such as rustic cabins, public boat ramps and seasonal attractions, including Christmas in the Park.
Pickwick Lake, part of the Fishers of Men National Tournament Trail, is also the host of frequent fishing tournaments including the Annual Hardin County Pickwick Sauger Festival. Spring brings the Pickwick Challenge Boat Racing Event.